Call us uncool, but we actually like being in our right minds.
Of course a lot of people feel the same way, and would never — or never again, now that they’re older and wiser — smoke or ingest something classified as a psychedelic drug. Others would give anything to be able to climb out of the pit of an addiction that started out as innocent fun, and return to a steady life. Their loved ones would love to see it too.
And, you know, that’s reason enough to vote “no” on Question 4.
Despite the maze of arguments and evidence attending the ballot measure to legalize marijuana in Massachusetts, it’s OK to leapfrog over it all and vote your conscience or your knee-jerk reaction to a question that asks whether it’s a good idea to legalize a mind-altering substance.
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