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Pot is becoming legal in America,Thanks to this former cop who got the laws changed

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  1. steveox

    steveox Well-Known Member

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    Ex-Cop Sells DVDs On How To Hide Pot

    Barry Cooper sells a DVD on how to stash pot in your car without getting caught. This fall he will release a second one on how to keep police from raiding your home for marijuana.

    Now for the kicker: Cooper is a former narcotics officer once considered among the top cops in Texas, where more marijuana is seized each year than in any other state.

    The formerly straight-laced lawman has become a shaggy-haired militant for the legalization of weed.

    Six months ago he released "Never Get Busted Again," in which the former star of West Texas' Permian Basin Drug Task Force gives tips on hiding marijuana (dashboards are rife with nooks and crannies) and throwing off drug-sniffing dogs (coat your tires in fox urine).




    If you want to get laws changed that's how you do it..You fight it! Just like Barry Cooper said Slavery was once a law,,People fought it and got it repealed. Prohabition was once a law,,People fought it and got it repealed. Segregation was once a law,,People fought it and got it repealed. The only reason why Segregation was lifted cause the left wanted white women to sleep with a Negro.
     
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    As if our society isn't lazy enough already. Let's get all our young people hooked on pot and become our future leaders. They can all sit around stoned and inspect the lint in our navels. Good luck with that America. Why don't you just call up the next Communist or Muslim country and surrender?
     
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    Certainly, sitting around stoned all day does not contribute to a productive future. But, making marijuana illegal and penalizing people for using it doesn't make any sense either.
     
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    Just like prohibition didn't work
     
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    Sorry, but your going to get a lot of kids hooked on this stuff is you legalize it. We already are having a serious problem, especially with young males, and I wouldn't be surprised to find cannabis isn't connected to a lot of the craziness that's been going on like the school, mall and theatre shootings.

     
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    Its legal in Colorado now. If They legalize prostitution in Colorado IM MOVING THERE!
     
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    LOL.....It's a pretty state. But they do have some cold snowy weather and a lot of lefties.
     
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    But Theyre starting to wise up. They threw out the Democrats in the senate over gun control bills
     
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