A losing argument.
Care to elaborate, Reed?
I think that medicinal marijuana is a winning argument.
Heroin (diamorphine) save lives. It’s used in hospitals. The fact makes no difference to its illegality.
Even if you win the argument that cannabis saves lives it’s not going to win the legalisation argument.
Making this argument reinforces the idea that government has this authority over everyone.
OK, Reed. You’re starting to sound like Tim.
Do you think it wrong to use utilitarian arguments in support of just causes?
So you don’t like “Cannabis saves lives”. How about “Prohibition kills people” instead?
Deploying bad arguments for good causes is not a good idea.
Who do I sound like now?
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