I can argue with that

Dear Editor,

I can argue with that

In response to the Gone to Pot article I find it interesting how he went from “either I have parents or you don’t, to medical marijuana” this is a stretch to begin with.  This “difficult concept” in which he spoke of is not that difficult.  The legal fiction that you believe is not true on this subject is a matter of ones belief and or one of the parties actually creates the unnecessary legal friction.

Prohibition creates criminals. While you demonize and stereotype sick people in this article I can see you haven’t the compassion, class or education.  Your article labels all people whom have chosen a natural remedy as apposed to a pharmaceutical means “a doper” disguised just to legalize pot. Wow

His comments about “cigarettes are the worst way to give someone a drug”, again shows his ignorance of the medicine and shines the light to his intentions to sway public opinion.

Well   63% of Michiganders voted for the herb that heals. Ingestion can also be another solution.  Using the word cigarette and dopers reflect your lack of intelligent and lack of an open mind.

Medical Marijuana is a medicine “the herb that heals”  The only foreseen problems was going to come from the disgruntled Prosecutor Larry Burdick, Bill Schuette and any other legislators who believe they should make the money from the exploding medical marijuana industry as apposed to the farmers, the people.

I am not a farmer by the regular definition but as I travel the roads I do not see the farms and their buildings improving.  I am not seeing the farmers reap the benefits. They should be reaping the benefits as they provide the most essential products.

It is time for Michiganders to allow Marijuana to become a commodity under the uniform law.

However it was his last comment in his last pompous article that prompted me to write back to him and you because he believes one of the choices / solutions for this “useful lie” is to:

“Come up with some simple and understandable rules regulating the growing, delivery and consumption that we can enforce”

First of all

Mr. Dick Allen does not enforce anything!

Secondly and this is my argument

Our past politicians allowed and created policy to have the “MEGA FARMER.” Chickens stacked to the ceiling, ’Mega-farm’: Cows by the thousand live on concrete and rarely get to see the sun, they never actually graze and their lives are shortened by round-the-clock milking

Read more: http://www.sraproject.org/states/michigan/

http://michigan.sierraclub.org/issues/greatlakes/animalfactorypollution.html

Watch, just as soon as our prosecutor, attorney general and all of the others who could and will benefit from “simply regulating the growing, delivery and consumption of medical marijuana

IT WILL BE OK FOR THE WHOLE WORLD TO BE “GONE TO POT”

WELL NOT THIS TIME!

It is time for Michiganders to allow Marijuana to become a commodity, under the uniform law.

But this time, THE PEOPLE OF MICHIGAN, THE FARMERS OF MICHIGAN AND THE TAXPAYERS OF MICHIGAN WLL BENEFIT

It is not that the prosecutor, attorney general and to a lesser extent the courts and state legislatures hear what the people are saying.

We the people

HEAR WHAT MR. ALLEN AND OUR POLITIONS ARE SAYING AND BELIEVE THE WILL NOT STOP UNTIL THE LAW WILL BE RIDDLED WITH ARCANE PROVISIONS AND DIFFICULT FOR ORDINARY PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND

The law is written SIMPLE AND FREE OF COMPLEX LAW leave it alone.

Is Mr. Allen not making the money off of the “dopers” anymore? Awa

Sincerely,

63% of the voters