Maybe so. There may also be the factor of trying to eliminate drug deals due to the rate of crime that comes from them. You're always hearing about drug deals gone bacd, people getting shot, etc. A lot of gang shootings are because of drug deals gone bad.It doesn't make much sense KenBrace, but I feel that one of things that our government is trying to rid of is "drug dealers." If marijuana is legal, and legal to grow, it is much better to grow your own than to have to rely on others for it. I feel it is a way to say that you should know what is in your weed, and a way to say that they would rather people be more focused on productive industrial jobs. Kinda like how people are pulling away from processed foods.
Most drug deals go smoothly I think. Especially if it's between friends or people that you hang out with.I too am very interested KenBrace. I would have to make a movie night out of these "perfect politician bodies" talking about their reasoning's behind these laws. I have never pulled a gun on anyone over a bad deal, but I have seen it in the news and I have heard stories from previous dealers.
I have had lots of bad deals from friends, and honestly I wouldn't say anything to avoid confrontation. I have also dealt away with some of those friends as the quality became worst over time and I felt our friendship had turned into strictly business. But not all friends/dealers are like that.Most drug deals go smoothly I think. Especially if it's between friends or people that you hang out with.
I think most of the problems occur when gangs or gang members are involved. Usually people involved in drug deals gone bad are also a part of or affiliated with gangs.