As I said, I wrote it many times but since your mental capacity seem compromised, I can't do much about it really.
My hate for the stuff is visceral however I am capable of looking at it from a rational point and seeing some advantages to decriminalization. Since you seem to have the attention span of a gnat, I'll point it out again. I think that alcohol, tobacco, coffee, junk food, pot and a whole bunch of other things are harmful. Banning is not a realistic solution since it often drives things underground and allows criminals to thrive around it and it means that people have no idea about the crap they are getting. Looking at tobacco, it still doesn't give any guarantees but one can only hope.
Most people have little discipline and self control so it makes sense to try to manage it as opposed to sticking your head in the sand. The responsible thing to do is to not be ambiguous and clearly show the risks and do everything possible to discourage the use and not make it cool like the current trend with tobacco. Unsurprisingly, I'm extremely opposed to the cafe lifestyle in Amsterdam however decriminalizing possession of a small amount and allowing for some form of "medicinal use" in the privacy of ones' home is not unreasonable though it does carry some downsides.
As I said, as far as issues goes, you certainly wouldn't see me campaigning for it, give money or support it in any way but if it happens then so be it. I'll certainly oppose those irresponsible enough that try to make it seem harmless to try to further their cause. That is my biggest issue here...