Can We Undo a Done Before it is Done? Decriminalization of weed

Even before our new president gets under the covers of the oval office, there is controversy. Now what surprises us about that statement? We all have opinions and Enquire Magazine has welcomed Lambert to state his perspective on the legalization of marijuana as proposed by the new president.

Lambert knows some people, from his past , that have done some damage to their seemingly productive lives by the use of this drug. I personally know some people who used the drug and are compromised in normal life living experiences. That quality, once removed by marijuana cannot be erased. We can set bones,remove decayed or ill performing organs, transform dismembered limbs into bionic performers, but have not been able to undo this done that marijuana has caused. The result of marijuana use is permanent.

The new president is considering, as stated by Trump’s administration, decriminalizing marijuana by the end of his tenure in office. The article goes on to say that the introduction of H.R. 5843 is set to realase federal penalites for the use of marijuana by “responsible adults”. To that I must put my perspectives into this mix as well.

How did the “responsible adults” of yesterday and years past , get their tidy little hands around this drug? To me that answer is an easy one to state. Anyone who wanted to have a joint knew who to get it from, securing it whether by legal or illegal means. We have all heard of the growing of the weed and the somewhat ease of that process.

Can we contact Barbara Lee or one of the other 6 Democartic House members who contemplate and seemingly sponsor this legislation the new president is putting on their plates? Only if we want to be a part of justifying our ideals of life. It does not take much digging to discover the reason for the majority of homelessness is contributed vastly by the use of drugs. One of these, through research is marijuana. What once could have been considered “recreational use” has sometimes led to hard core, addictive drug use of a different magnitude.

Of course the marijauna OK, if it ends up to come true, like our incoming president would like it to be, will probably be forked very heavily. We might also consider it not even being seen with the cover up it might be concealed with, for our eyes. Again, we might just be lulled into thinking it is better to let “responsible adults” get what they desire. At times, we might think it is better to have marijuana governed by the government. One more thing that if we allow, weill permeate our sensibility unless we undo this before it is done.