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'cause -- -- segment tonight the Providence of Ontario Canada recently legalized houses of prostitution and that is a growing trend all over the world.
As you may know Nevada as the only American stay where prostitution is -- also new poll by Rasmussen asked a question.
To help solve America's fiscal problem should the country legalize and tax marijuana.
Say yes 42% no ten don't know or were too stoned to answer the question.
But there is no question that the rise of secularism in the USA in the decline of traditional religious values we'll soon impact public policy.
Was out of coach you worry is -- have hero and Gretchen cost -- so where do you stand calls on legalizing prostitution and.
-- no you know.
And no one pot because I believe it is addictive and it leads to more serious drugs and -- that's an easier one for me prostitution addled little squishy on.
If you do legalize it then women will not be the only ones going to prison as a result of it number one.
Number two it can be consenting adults doesn't really lead to anything else maybe they can be checked for disease they can use birth control no sexual assaults.
Even though it's still demeaning to women may be I could be convinced to a certain degree but for -- -- thing -- you know I think that prostitutes.
Are committing crime.
Because execution dissenting adults that it's too could look at it obviously is consenting she's so I'm not only have a buyer not not talking about white slavery or any of this -- -- Another story has a different -- NASA.
-- they're grabbing kids under age I'm talking about two adults.
Going into a financial transaction for -- the purposes of prostitution.
It do you think that's a crock it's not I don't if it's regulated but it helped to regulate mom that -- say -- -- -- -- like all right.
Now I Janine -- former prosecutor forces accounting New York.
You come out of from the legal point of view -- you the same questions cost that is a prostitute committing a crime.
Absolutely not absolutely not and as DNA -- the judge had handled these cases.
As a DNA what you realize is that the women there are involved in prostitution where you want to get involved in law enforcement.
Are the women or victims of sex trafficking.
There are illegal immigrants who were being threatened here and they had nowhere to go.
We absolutely should legalize prostitution.
But as it relates to marijuana no no no I want what's wrong and what we did decriminalize it which we've done in new York and so it's not the burden on the criminal justice system that it used to be I was in our products church for year.
The bottom line is the kids who were using marijuana.
Are twice is depresses other kids they -- they think about suicidal thoughts.
He he got drunk drivers who -- like the number water one of the greatest killers.
People in this country.
Get up behind you can't even tell their hide behind the wheel of -- car actually -- in the workplace and.
Every once being jeopardize the marijuana so pervasive sorry it's -- -- round Nazi excuse while -- why you fight and value can't win.
Because it's all over the place so you my -- -- just.
Take the tax money and that's what that poll was all about but -- certainly I say that.
He's wrong on its face because.
You really think that taxing people who buy medical marijuana is -- -- is now marijuana but he's invited 7-Eleven I -- big tax that's not gonna Begin to make a dent in our guy that's true that we need to actually entitlement programs -- -- the band.
It -- -- you -- us the reason I don't want marijuana legalized number one I do believe it's psychologically addictive because I know people who are addicted to it all right and number two.
It sends a message sends a message to children -- it's OK okay mom and dad.
My daughter said to -- the other days they don't do this but I'm gonna do this because everybody drinks -- you dad.
And -- series -- -- you know on my way to get into the reason I -- that but she was that she was condone he's thirteen years old location of where everybody drinks.
Everybody smokes pot so what -- you know like that's the wrong message for children anyway are not American children.
Anywhere where it is the wrong message and in addition that we seemed from Alaska where they had legalize pot.
Because everybody was smoking -- teens were twice aren't -- using pot at twice the rate they were the rest of the country so then they went back and re criminalizing it.
People have different reactions to drugs and you can't assume I think with your example -- -- relates alcohol what you're saying is that everyone's gonna react the same way and you know hot.
Did you -- when LeBron.
There's no stigma on drinking alcohol in this country even 010% of American adults.
Have a problem with alcohol their alcoholics all right that's a lot big number no stigma.
There is a statement today on marijuana simply because it's illegal yes it there it's I mean even if you don't wanna accept -- you got what you bought.
Okay pardon upon because of you do when that you can get hold it.
And that's the only thing that's standing between marijuana and and alcohol as -- as the cycle and handle our that we allow these things to become legalized them more real all the secular society to come into all our culture the tougher it is to turn back time they are gonna turn back time in this country but what -- what -- -- -- gateway drug to.
Marijuana is a gateway drug people drink Alcatel you know that's you have another he's got to go username apply and we have their brains are fried.
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