Bob Plain is the editor/publisher of Rhode Island's Future. Previously, he's worked as a reporter for several different news organizations both in Rhode Island and across the country.

4 responses to “Kennedy, Culpo Are Against Marijuana Legalization”

  1. Sully

    “Add to the list a recovering Oxycontin addict…” Stay classy, San Siego.

  2. leftyrite

    What if you have a cancer, and you still don’t want to register with the government?

    Don’t you think that drawing any kind of comparison of pot to cocaine, heroin, or oxycontin creates a false equivalency that is useful to rhetoric, but not to fact?

    That stated, I can see why people might be wary.

    Junior may tend to drop the bomb on himself far too intensely and far too often.

    Still doesn’t necessitate outright lying, which is resorted to often enough by law enforcement people, who like the easy work, or in the creation of false equivalencies to keep medicine (yes, medicine) from judicious users.

     

  3. Samuel Bell

    Here’s a petition calling on Kennedy to drop out of SAM, the marijuana prohibition lobby:

    www.change.org/petitions/patrick-kennedy-marijuana-consumers-should-not-be-forced-into-treatment-drop-out-of-sam-2

    Sign and share if you’re interested!

  4. DogDiesel

    I never thought I’d feel bad for Patrick but the comments about him being a hypocrite alcoholic and addict are totally classless. I thought potheads were all mellow. I would think he’s speaking from his own experiences. How does that make him a hypocrite?

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