“I have always had a problem with the idea that the state should criminalize an act which is essentially no more complex than putting a couple of seeds in your back yard, waiting a while and then, when something grows, you put it in your pocket, you chew it or you smoke it,” Mr. Plant said.
So says Geoff Plant in a recent story in the Globe and Mail.
Problem with that quote is there are a lot of things easily grown.Opium is one. Pick it boil it and hammer back a cup of tea.
By former B.C. Attorney General Geoff Plant’s logic that should be legal too!
What do you think?