Decriminalize Pot,+Drugs+&+Democracy.jpgSo says the Peanut Gallery, at an 83% clip.

Sen. Leo R. Blais, D-Coventry, has proposed a bill that would not make marijuana legal in Rhode Island, but would reduce possession of an ounce or less from a crime that carries a potential year of jail time to a civil violation with a maximum penalty of a $100 fine and forfeiture of the marijuana:

March 25, 2009 12:24 a.m.

    Light Up America! Cheech and Chong are Back!

March 25, 2009 07:13 a.m.

    We should allow everything we are an accepting society. Look at this idiot we elected to office. Stupid leading the I don’t care if it doesn’t effect me’s, but if it does, I care and eveyone should hep me. Had this man got a green card and is everyone in Coventry brainless?

March 24, 2009 11:50 a.m.

    Yeah man. Got any Oreos man?

Comprehensive sex ed, they are a little more ambivalent (and bigoted) about:

March 26, 2009 04:22 p.m.

    The only way homosexuals can recruit is when kids are away from home and can be brainwashed by the elite, liberals who run our schools. You don’t hear of any problems like this at any of our fine private schools. ‘nuf said.

March 26, 2009 05:28 a.m.

    NOOOOOOO. I do not. Our kids are being indoctrinated enough. They are already being exposed and informed by the liberal socialist/communist teachers in this country. Gay this and Gay that. What is wrong with being morally straight? I guess we are doomed with this communist dictator in the white house. Bring back prayers and the pledge of allegiance to our schools.

March 25, 2009 09:32 p.m.

    Students learn how their genitals work, but there is NEVER a conversation about how to say, “Whoa, wait a minute, I’ve gotta take care of business”. THAT’s the conversation we have to teach students. Sorry, parents, tehy love you but sometimes have problems role playing those conversations with you.

3 thoughts on “Decriminalize Pot”

  1. Leo Blais is a Republican (amazingly), not a democrat as published here and in the ProJo

  2. Am I the only one who thinks that the -teaching- of ‘how genitals work’ sort of demystified the whole sex thing and made it less appealing? Once it was all explained and out there on the table, it really wasn’t this thing I would have to try to find out about on my own anymore.

    I can’t believe we still have arguments about sex ed! I think the news stories just alarmed a lot of people because the bill had some curriculum for really young children, so people assumed that little kids were learning about condoms and orgasms. The part for the kiddies was all ‘health’ education, not ‘sex’ stuff, but it’s all bundled into one piece of legislation.

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