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If you make 1.2 trillion in spending cuts, the deficit will be eliminated, the rich will be able to continue getting richer at an even faster pace, GDP will increase at a faster pace. Per capita GDP will increase... this is the economic theory of the free market capitalists, and I agree with the assessment. But... As a result of massive cuts in social services, health care, housing and education, half (maybe 47%) of the country will be living in poverty and facing...
The biggest problem is the business and war lobbies and what they cost us. Cutting those related expenses to reasonable levels and we'll slash or even eliminate the deficit. I'm talking about things like non-competitive bidding for government contracts. Unnecessary spending for defense. Medicare paying five times as much for drugs compared to what The Canadian government pays for the same drugs, because big pharma has a staff in Washington all earning six figure salaries...
Another thread.
Another thread. Can't you guys even have a normal conversation without starting an argument you see as related? I won't respond to your questions here, bless they are about marina a laws. Start a fckng state vs. federal thread. And learn the difference between a state granted right and a state imposed restriction.
Anything that doesn't involve commerce.
Apparently you're not interested in why or logically how.
Put this question to another thread and I'll respond. This thread is specificTo the marijuana issue.
Aside from the states rights issue, do you support decriminalization in your own state? I do. There is no evidence that marijuana, if legal, is a "gateway drug" that leads to abuse of other drugs. You don't find many heroin, meth and cocaine abusers in places where marijuananis legal. Marijuana is a far less dangerous drug itself than alcohol is. It's even less harmful to the body than tobacco. The commercial potential of legal, regulated marijuana trade and trade in...
So we all agree that states should be allowed to decriminalize marijuana? Good then.Perhaps the states rights issue belongs in another thread.
As we may have expected, Barney and Ron urge Obama to leave marijuana laws to the states. http://frank.house.gov/press-release/representatives-paul-and-frank-send-letter-president-obama-urging-respect-state Will the Feds back off, unlike their approach in California?
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