TheBaise saidThings are looking good for more states to make it legal.
All credit to you !
Hypocrisy is sadly not peculiar to Americans, even in Africa - where it is grown as a cash crop - it is largely illegal, empowering hard drug trades and a huge waste of resources chasing a lot of nothing up into hot smoke.
Ironically, while the political narrative in post-colonial Africa is about throwing off the yoke of Western cultural values 'imperialism', the reality is that they kow tow even more strictly to popular prejudice and the power of the "legal" drug pushers of alcohol, 'medicine', tobacco.
And of course, there the money funding the lobbies opposing liberalisation and decriminalisation are mainly American.
It's a poor reflection on the state of our reversion to knee jerk prejudices that gay people are so keen on conforming and being accepted that too many of us rant about the weed, while happily consuming 'growth enhancers', anti depressants, alcohol and all the rest.
Time to grow up and admit the long known facts that TCH is not chemically addictive, in the way nicotine is, nor does it fuel domestic and gang violence the way alcohol and hard drugs do. Reflect on roid rage, before 'dissing' the weed