User Profile: LessIsMore4Govt


Member Since: November 11, 2010


  • [4] March 27, 2015 at 2:28pm

    Exactly. Ones hair is ones hair. Dye it, cut it, wear it, any way you damn well please. Its yours and yours alone….

  • [29] March 24, 2015 at 5:32pm

    Yes, he is very good at that I have to admit. And the libs DO hate it….


  • [3] March 21, 2015 at 1:00pm

    @ justangry

    truer words have never been spoken

  • [32] February 25, 2015 at 5:47pm


    U r such a POS. How you automatically turn this into a “whos who” of whos program it was becuase what year this kid was shot, and automatically assume that anyone who frequents this site is going to automatically agree with everything President Bush did is beyond me. A lot of blazers don’t even think Bush was a good president. Did he do a good job rallying the country together after 9 11, yes. Do a lot of people agree with the subsequent wars after 911, not really. Do most of the people on here believe that Bush was head and shoulders a better president than Barack Obama, absolutely.

    Bottom line is, who cares what President installed what program to lead to this monumental problem that has the capability of tearing this country apart? You’re such an idiot I feel like throwing my keyboard right now. It’s impossible to have a conversation with someone like you and you’re everything that’s wrong with this country your comments are just to rile people up and play on emotions. Because I can’t believe ur really that stupid. Well I give u credit, ur comment worked on me this time…

  • [2] February 24, 2015 at 3:17pm

    It would without a doubt end a lot of the street/turf wars if it were legalized and controlled by the state. Also it would would generate a lot of income for the STATE government…. Which I can totally get behind.

    So you’re saying they’re playing on my emotions on the fact that it might effect unborn babies, eh? Maybe, I didn’t think about that. But I will tell you this, I know how long drugs stay in your system and know the effects of drugs and know how what a mother consumes, the baby also consumes. If there is truth to this article (which makes sense at a once read over) it is going to make a lot of people, myself included, who are pro legalization, anti legalization. The benefits just don’t out wiegh the negatives when it comes to unborn children. They cannot make decisions for themselves and should be protected.

    Your thoughts? Because you did not hit on this in your comment, only that they were using it to play on emotions but not of the ramifications if unborn children could be effected….

  • [1] February 24, 2015 at 2:55pm

    Good point, I agree. I forgot about that some people consume marijuana by eating it. In that case it would definitely be less harmful than tobacco. But I think you’re still missing the point of the article….see my post above under Runebacks’ comment…

  • [5] February 24, 2015 at 1:55pm

    Marijuana deposits 4 times more tar into your lungs than an equal amount of tobacco… Via American lung association. I don’t disagree with all of your statements but I wanted to correct you on the fact that cigarettes are worse for you than marijuana Healthwise.
    Avid drug user 16-23…..7 years clean

  • [8] February 24, 2015 at 1:33pm

    @ mizurax and blest

    I think you’re both kind of missing the whole point of the article. The main message that the article wanted to get across was that ANY type of addiction to marijuana, metal\physical, has the potential to have negative affects on innocent unborn babies, and the increase of these cases due to the legalization of the marijuana.

    Whether you guys wanna disagree about the mental or physical addiction aspect is up to yall. I personally KNOW that marijuana isnt physically addictive. Only mentally addictive. But I also agree with you blest on that the FACT that THC stays in your system longer than any other drug. Months sometimes as compared to the couple of days for pills, cocaine, etc.

    That’s being said I do feel like this opens up a whole new discussion on whether drugs should be legal. I tend lead more to my libertarian side when it comes to marijuana, and think that we should live and let live with a low powerful drug like that. It is overcrowding our prisons and driving up our taxes for these low level offenders.

    But on the other hand, these people smoking weed are making their own decisions and are adults. When you add this aspect of potential harming of an unborn innocent babies I lean towards my conservative viewpoints and tend to think that nothing should be legal that could potentially hurt an unborn baby or make them addicted to any sort of substance

    Source: An avid drug user from 16-23….7 years clean

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  • [1] February 24, 2015 at 1:07pm

    LMAO…..a few ones are OK but most of the time I could agree….

  • [3] February 19, 2015 at 3:04pm


  • [4] February 17, 2015 at 7:34pm

    Your comment was the first one I read on this article that was articulate and made sense.

  • [1] February 5, 2015 at 7:05pm

    I used birthday money to buy an “Elf” frame at the local bike shop. These were vary rare and extremley nice\light bikes. Used lawn mower money to by part by part the remaining pieces from a store in BMX mag called Dans’ competition. Me and my friends rode bikes everywhere. Everywhere. Miles……and miles. We would travel in bike pacts of like 10 or more here in Maryland suburbs. Trails, roads, feilds, woods. Nowadays u never see that. Man those were some awesome times. My dad threw that bike away when we moved. Geez I was so mad. To this day I still don’t know why he didn’t ask me about it. Had to be every bit of $800 bucks in the early to mid 90′s

  • [4] February 5, 2015 at 6:41pm

    @ mk2

    That is an AWESOME idea. I make sure we eat dinner at the table at least 3 times a week and always on Sunday (if we’re home) and always say grace at the table. I want to get in the habit of doing it even when we go out to eat. I love the idea of 2 weeks with no gadgets. My kids are still young, 1 & 4, but when they older I am going to do this.

  • [22] February 1, 2015 at 10:50am

    @ king
    The biggest problem I have with your original comment is “what’s your problem with more educational opportunity”? and that employers desire skills from a college degree.
    Free education is already offered grades K-12 Which is more t enough opportunity to get yourself scholarships, and then there is always government funded programs to also help those who necessarily can’t “afford” it. My question to a person who thinks as you do is, where does it stop? You say there aren’t suggesting they pay PHDs…..well if this goes through…..just wait, they will. See that’s the point…..IT NEVER STOPS. Sonn after this they will be talking about Masters and PHDs being paid for. And people are TIRED of their taxes being raised ALL THE TIME!!!! especially for illegals. Lets just give away free housing, free food, and free healthcare……..wait a second…..
    And your thought on employers wanted the skills that a college degree provide….well lets just say all the college graduates in my business (commercial construction) are completely lost and don’t have a clue when they get out of college. And I know many positions are the same way. College, in only few cases, IMO, actually provide a SKILL SET to be prepared when entering the work force in your particular field. Maybe ifyou said educate….maybe….but SKILL SET……no, absolutely not

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  • [28] December 28, 2014 at 5:25pm

    I know. The bushs’ and the Clintons? Man this is like a bad dream…..

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  • [10] December 5, 2014 at 1:36pm

    I think we should stop calling Christmas….Christmas. And should start pronouncing it Christ-mas. To keep the Christ in Christmas and to expose the secularists.

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  • [7] November 11, 2014 at 10:11pm


  • [9] November 11, 2014 at 10:05pm

    Paul/Gowdy 2016

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  • [27] October 30, 2014 at 8:52pm

    Lord please save marylanders from going Democrate again, please!

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