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    truck-driver

    You don't need to be a pothead to realize that legalization would be better for society. Just as you don't need to be a drunk to realize how terrible prohibition was for us.

    Of course, if you're a conservative christian truck-driver (like you) it may be a little harder to realize this.
    Hi,

    What's the implication of conservative christian truck-driver ?

    Thank you!

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    Re: truck-driver

    Conservative Christians tend to be in favor of sobriety and not in favor of increasing "license" in society for vices, like gambling, prostitution, drugs, etc.

    A "truck driver" gives the impression of being someone who is a hard working, common sense type of person. The impression is that not a lot of truck drivers are politically "liberal."

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