Hawaii's gun confiscation is a trick question set in an artificial environment. There's no way to answer it without someone calling you a nazi. You either want to rob a poor doper of his weed, or you want to end a critically important Constitutional right.
It's particularly hard for me. I clearly remember the day my oldest son started using opium.
Nor can I ever forget I was the one who bought it for him.
My son had colic as a newborn. When I got his prescription medicine home, I was rather shocked to find the active ingredient was opium. I called the doctor before opening the bottle and was told that in light doses opium was an excellent smooth muscle relaxer. I understand that's no longer a popular opinion, but back in the 80's the go-to curative for colic was opium in carefully regulated doses.
Or maybe the doctor was high on the stuff, too. On my wife's next visit, the doctor gave her a stern lecture about her husband questioning doctor's orders. Honest, your Honor, I just asked if the prescription had been filled correctly. I didn't yell or anything. I just wanted to be sure I wasn't poisoning my infant son.
As for Hawaii and wacky tobacky, let's find out why no pharmaceutical companies have tapped this windfall product. If daemon weed is such a great thing it should be easy enough to make a medical case for it, and there would be a market for overpriced pharmaceutical marijuana. I wouldn't buy medicine from a bunch of hippies with a hydroponic tank. I'd pay for the controlled production standards.
As for me, I'm boring, sober, and happy as a teetotaling clam - but I always reserve the right to drink whatever I want, whenever I want. Someday I might actually want to.