Madison wrote:Art Vandelay wrote:Anyway, I agree with you that it is not the smartest thing to do, but I think it is good for the big picture. Moss is a great player, and he's now playing on a team that will most likely not punish him for smoking or talking about it, so I'm glad he is willing to be honest and maybe this will lead to some of the stigma surrounding weed to be re-examined. I don't even smoke weed, but I fully support people who do.
Yep, stars and role models coming out and saying that they willingly and knowingly break the law is good for this country.
(this smiley--> is the sarcastic one, by the way)
Some laws aren't good for this country.
There's a distinction to be made between illegal and immoral, and there is a reason that laws are subject to change. Laws and the people who make them (not to mention enforce them) are fallible. Take a look at how many laws that were once considered moral and important are now considered quaint and ridiculous.
Your personal feelings on marijuana are legit, and I'm not trying to invalidate that...but I don't think it's right to project them onto others (and by "your personal feelings..." I don't necessarily mean YOUR'S...I mean everyone's).