Granted, this ruling has no real precedential value, but a Federal judge has said that marijuana users cannot have their 2A rights taken away. Essentially ruling that marijuana is commonly used, and using it isn’t an indicator of a propensity for violence, therefore making a user of the drug into a prohibited person is a step too far, in light of Bruen. That’s the second significant case this week.

That case is the gift that keeps on giving. The best part of this ruling is that the left will be torn: Support marijuana use, or oppose guns. What to do? LOL

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DMLMD · February 5, 2023 at 8:03 am

How do you spell schaudenfreud? The reality the Woke ignores keeps coming around to bite them in the ass. And while very much in favor of cannabis as a medication, it also can be abused – just like any other medication. But it can be enjoyable to watch unrecognized cognitive dissonance rack their skulls.
MJ is G-d’s gift and should not be used to penalize law-abiding gun owners who will kill you over a parking spot …reboot

    EN2 SS · February 5, 2023 at 5:44 pm

    If gun owners were as eager to kill as morons think, there wouldn’t be any morons left to trash society.

Basketball Jones · February 6, 2023 at 8:01 am

Depending on the strain and how much you use there could be violent tendencies.
Indica is the heavy couch lock head buzz while Sativa is the energy drink in a plant form.
Modern cannabis has 3-4 times the THC level of the 1960’s-1970’s strain.
The live resin form of cannabis has almost 100% THC.
Amsterdam started upping the potency and revolutionizing growing techniques in the mid-1970’s.
Sibling with Stage 3 cancer uses it in a tincture or liquid form.

    Divemedic · February 6, 2023 at 9:18 am

    But isn’t the same true of alcohol? If simply being a user (not under the influence) of marijuana is enough to make you a prohibited person, why not alcohol?
    Look, I rarely drink, and it seems like I am one of the few people in the US that has never even TRIED marijuana, but I don’t see why alcohol is treated any differently than weed. As a medic, I can say that if you respond to a motor vehicle accident after midnight and at least one person on the scene isn’t intoxicated by EtOH, keep looking because you haven’t found everyone yet. At the same time, in more than 3 decades, I have responded to exactly two accidents involving weed.
    The same goes for fights, domestic violence, and just plain lives ruined. Alcohol is the hands down winner over weed, meth, and perhaps even heroin.
    Yet anyone can buy a firearm, no matter how much of an alcohol problem they have.
    Now this isn’t me saying that alcohol use should make you a prohibited person. I’m arguing the opposite- mere use of weed shouldn’t be enough to take away your 2A rights.

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