Feinstein wants to keep pot illegal, alcohol legal

Feinstein wants to keep pot illegal, alcohol legal

carrie-nationIt used to be liberals strongly favored personal liberty. Some still do. Many don’t.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein has joined Gov. Jerry Brown in opposing legalizing marijuana in California, a state that’s the country’s biggest pot farm. AP wrote:

The state’s senior senator told The Associated Press in a telephone interview that one of her concerns is the potential for pot-impaired drivers to take to the road. Feinstein said she hopes California declines to join Colorado and Washington in approving the sale of marijuana for recreational use.

“The risk of people using marijuana and driving is very substantial,” she said.

The risk of driving while drunk is even more substantial, about a third of all fatalities. So if Feinstein’s logic were followed, we would enact a new alcohol Prohibition, as existed almost a century ago. Battalions of new Carrie Nations (pictured above) would fan out across the country, smashing booze barrels and closing down saloons.

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  1. Donkey
    Donkey 20 March, 2014, 14:30

    Difi is a statist fool. Citizens are treated as chattel by the pols and their RAGWUS feeder bureaucracies. 🙂

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  2. Donkey
    Donkey 20 March, 2014, 15:28

    DiFi is a law and order leftist just like Stalin, Mao, and an awful lot of local police departments in California.

    This video is typical of what is going on in America. Doug Zerby and Ashley MacDonald were both murdered by similar minded sociopaths: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeLbmp5NOIQ&feature=player_detailpage

    🙂

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  3. Ted Steele, Manager
    Ted Steele, Manager 20 March, 2014, 15:49

    I love DI FI—

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  4. SkippingDog
    SkippingDog 20 March, 2014, 16:02

    I just love it when Donkey goes off the rails with new rants like the “law and order leftist” claim above. It now appears that “law and order” are anathema to the increasingly nutty libertarians and anarchists like Donk.

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    • Donkey
      Donkey 20 March, 2014, 17:25

      The scary group is you Skdog and the lapdog firemen that cling to your coattails. You are just like that retired coward in Florida, who shot another citizen over an argument. That coward was waiting for his LE offspring to show up as muscle but it didn’t happen.

      Heck an invertebrate jellyfish like you finds the murdering of teen girls in the middle of a park justified.

      Yup, they must be the ones who never go out on these calls. We all are furious at the cop who shot him, right? And all the good cops that accompanied this bad cop and said nothing? Oh, they are the good ones, right? Go drive the getaway car while your buddy robs the bank. Then tell the public that HE is the bad guy, you didn’t rob a bank. Guilty by association, unless you’re a cop. Then the public is quick to say, “But, but, but, there’s only a few bad ones. The good ones who watched were helplessly along for the ride….”

      Mr. Wrana, Ashley MacDonald, Doug Zerby, Mr. Alexander, and thousands of other citizens have all been victims of the DIFi police mentality of “every citizen is a perp,” that is taught in every LE clan across the nation.

      Do you put on your ski mask so you can sleep at night Skdog? Or do you just spoon with Ntheoc? 🙂

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    • Donkey
      Donkey 20 March, 2014, 17:29

      The Bill of Rights is anathema to you Skdog! 🙂

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      • SkippingDog
        SkippingDog 20 March, 2014, 22:54

        How can you even see your screen with all the spittle you’ve sprayed on it?

        I don’t need even a sleep mask, Donk. I sleep well each night because my conscience is clear and I’ve been able to actually make some meaningful contributions to our world.

        How about you?

        P.S. I’m sure NTHEOC is a perfectly fine person, but I don’t think he and I would probably be very good at spooning. I like to stretch out on my back.

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        • Donkey
          Donkey 21 March, 2014, 05:59

          You and your ilk have created the largest Prison Industrial Complex the world has ever seen, and your “conscience is clear.”

          The word sociopath is the most appropriate term afforded for your “meaningful contributions” to the PIC. 🙂

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  5. NTHEOC
    NTHEOC 20 March, 2014, 16:33

    Skipdog, these sovereign citizens are a scary group of people.

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    • SkippingDog
      SkippingDog 20 March, 2014, 22:55

      Good point. I wonder if the old Donkster has filed his “Sovereign Citizen Declaration” down at the Police Department at at the OC Courthouse.

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  6. Ulysses Uhaul
    Ulysses Uhaul 20 March, 2014, 22:07

    Oatman Buddy,

    Skippy was concerned about your mixing too many meds; me thinks your little white coat is too tight!

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  7. Bill Gore
    Bill Gore 22 March, 2014, 09:09

    Yeah it’s funny how the libtards, once in power, turn a 180 and become iron-fisted authoritarians, all the better to enforce their social engineering policies. From brown acid to brown shirts in one generation.

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    • Donkey
      Donkey 22 March, 2014, 15:47

      Right on Brother!! 🙂

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    • SkippingDog
      SkippingDog 23 March, 2014, 11:47

      The closest thing we have these days to the “Brown Shirts” are the various private militias and assorted armed groups of nutjobs who like to parade around with their “open carry” firearms to make some kind of political point. The only problem is that the real purpose of an armed mob visibly showing their weapons is nothing more than intimidation and threats.

      If you want to find the modern Brown Shirts, you need not go any farther than your nearest gun show or “open carry” rally.

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      • Donkey
        Donkey 25 March, 2014, 07:18

        Not even close Skdog! The lies of the State are those things which it claims to justify its existence. They are the original and unique concepts created by the State to advance its ends. That which the state has stolen are the concepts, like compassion, security, and law, which existed before it and which exist apart from it but which it has commandeered by force or by fraud, perverted, and established a sort of monopoly on the use of. The State has stolen the idea of justice, perverted it, and now lies and says that it itself is the sole mechanism for the production of justice. All the concepts used by the State are either stolen from pre-existing society, or are devious falsehoods, created solely for its own glory.

        Nietzsche was right to describe the State as the coldest of all cold monsters. It slowly and quietly drains the humanity from people with whom it comes in contact and reduces them to unthinking dependents, incapable of resisting its parasitical tentacles. Everything it says is a lie and everything it has is stolen. This is how a coward like you can find justification in the murdering of teenage girls by your RAGWUS cabal.

        In the vast majority of corruption, murder, maimings, and kidnapping cases the “brown shirts” are wearing blue or green, with shiny costume jewelry, hard black shoes, and a predilection to hurting those weaker, smarter, better looking, and with less income. 🙂

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  8. Bill Gore
    Bill Gore 22 March, 2014, 09:23

    Also don’t forget that pot is a perennial cop multi-tool for everything from asset seizures (not ‘forfeitures’…) to forcibly removing children into the hellmouth of the CPS system.

    If loving Difi is so concerned about impaired driving then the standard should simply be impairment. As it is anyway, impaired driving due to any cause is illegal. Typical field sobriety checks can determine impairment on the spot.

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