I suffer from about 5 different mental issues, plus chronic pain including spinal arthritis. I however look like a healthy able bodied man. If I don't medicate through the day, at the end of it I'm begging for a bullet in my head from not being able to stand up. As the saying goes "Don't judge a book by it's cover." You have no right saying what someone else's needs are. what if I said YOUR needs aren't worth having your med card? would that be fair?
I'm not saying I do have the right... Maybe you misread what I said? I completely agree that those that look able bodied are also in need to assist with mental conditions, part of the reason I consume is due to mental conditions, as well as physical.
I'm simply saying that right now in Canada, I was able to get my license much easier because of a visible disability. I don't agree with it by any means, and am saying that Matt's case helped more people like you, who have no visible conditions, access the MMAR program.
As for the the post in which you replied, that was just a brief reason as to why it wasn't legal by 1988 (20 years after Ivan had originally said "It'll be legal in 20 years") and why I believe it will be legal sometime in the next 20 years, because more people agree that cannabis is beneficial both medicinally and recreational now than ever before due to the widespread lies about Cannabis by the powers that were that have been since proven wrong.