Wacky Harper Government Trying to Pass Tougher Drug and Crime Bill – Cornwall Ontario – May 4, 2010

Wacky Harper Government Trying to Pass Tougher Drug and Crime Bill – Cornwall Ontario – May 4, 2010

Cornwall ON – Those wacky Stephen Harper Conservatives are back after crime.  Apparently they are mulling a bill that will criminalize drugs more (unless you’re a Conservative MP or former MP).

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Justice Minister Rob Nicholson dropped broad hints Sunday that the new legislation would revive a controversial provision — a mandatory six-month sentence for people convicted of growing as few as five pot plants.

Instead of legalizing Marijuana the Harper government is looking to spend millions more of Canadian taxpayer dollars chasing smoke instead of having money for hospital beds and services.

What do you think Canada?  Does this make any sense to you?   Now that the Conservatives have an edge in the Senate banana republic wild west laws like this just may able to become realized.

Should Marijuana be Legalized in Canada?

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15 Comments on "Wacky Harper Government Trying to Pass Tougher Drug and Crime Bill – Cornwall Ontario – May 4, 2010"

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Stan
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Its not the government thats wacky, its the people smoking that wacky tabaccy!

Dave
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No Harry, it’s not the people. They made it illegal because non-white people smoked it mostly. Racism? That’s wacky. The gangsters that make millions while the government gets no tax revenue? That’s the very definition of wacky.

Grimalot
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Hear hear Dave! I was watching clips from Stephen Harper trying to explain his viewpoint on youtube, and I couldn’t stop laughing at just how dumb and obtuse his logic really is on it all. The biggest laugh was saying that the south american cartels are making most of their money from it. When really thats a sham, they are producing the hard stuff like cocaine and such (Jaffer’s favorite), and they are being paid with American money most of the time, which was obtained by selling cigarettes, pot, etc, all because it is currently a commodity as it is.… Read more »
Stan
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With his vast knowledge of drugs, we should vote for Grimalot as Fuzzy Minister

grimalot
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I tell you, if that ever happened, it would be a vote for Canada and all Canadians alike. I’d actually listen to my constituents. I’d actually drum up logical approaches to various issues. At least try some things for a set term of time and if it didn’t work out, then think of something else. But I care for Canada, I care for what goes on. And I wouldn’t tow the party line either. Everything I do would actually be transparent.

Stan
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Yeah, you sound transparent

Grimalot
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Well to a point Antipasta. I wouldn’t let the power get to my head, I’d actually try to do for my constituents. Just as a hypothetical situation of course. I have no intentions of running in any politics. And of course, if I ever did, it wouldn’t be with my pseudonym either.

Spanner McNeil
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Let me understand this. This Bill would mean that Lauzon would have to be pushing over ten thousand adult SD&G residents into box cars on their way to marijuana camps and prisons. Over ten thousand SD&G residents smoke weed every day. Oh…I get it now…that why he needs so many long guns. Right. Then what, Lauzon get one half of the police to arrest the other half? Why do you want to put everyone in jail, Mr. Lauzon? What’s wrong with you on the inside? Why do you feel the need to hunt another generation? Is that it, the thrill… Read more »
Grimalot
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Bingo. They want to run our lives, even though 70% of the country wants them to do some things differently!

billiam
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Spanner, It worked for Hitler and Mussolini’. King Stephen is cut from the same cloth. Silence.

Stan
Member

You people actually sound weird! It’s all you, you, you, you and you! You may have convinced yourselves but you don’t convince me!

Grimalot
Guest

Who’s trying to convince you.. you can live out the life you wish. We’re just talking logic.

Roy Berger
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It usually sounds weird when it’s uncomfortable to confront a new idea. In 1966 if a man was caught, convicted and found guilty of the indictable criminal offense of being homosexual he was facing a penalty of 14 years and could certainly be fired from his job or blackmailed by foreign agencies. Their were terrible and untrue stigmas attached to the lifestyle. Then the government introduced a two year moratorium on laying charges to finally fully legalize the behaviour. There was no vote on it. Not everyone thought gay life was moral but they had to accept it. It was… Read more »
Grimalot
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Well said Spanner!

Earle Macpherson
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Why would anyone want to suck into their lungs any kind of smoke be it marijuana or regular cigarettes, or any other source of smoke–stupid in my opinion.

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