Obama vs Marijuana:

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Obama drug plan ‘firmly opposes’ legalization as California vote looms
via The Hill

The Obama administration said Tuesday that it “firmly opposes” the legalization of any illicit drugs as California voters head to the polls to consider legalizing marijuana this fall.

The president and his drug czar re-emphasized their opposition to legalizing drugs in the first release of its National Drug Control Strategy this morning."

That coming from the same phony S.O.B. who unflinchingly admitted during a tv interview that, "Yes. I inhaled. . . frequently!"

"Americans will know they have an honest President when he or she aggressively promotes the legalization of marijuana and a review of the War on Drugs!" (Federal Judge Robert W. Sweet)

MikeK's picture
Jul. 31, 2007 3:01 pm


California will Legalize,Tax, and regulate in November. .Then we will see if the government respects state laws .Obama did acknowledge our California medical marijuana law and called off the DEA. He is playing it safe with his recent statements .No surprise.

Jul. 31, 2007 3:01 pm

When I dream, I can see Obama, as played by Dave Chappelle, smoking a doobie and planning with his homeboys for the takedown of Whitey on Wall St. They meet in the Alinsky Room with the ACORN decor and design the Socialist future.

The White House Press Conference is the new smoke filled room because the Pres just don't give a shit who objects. And this time the drum is really a drum. Dig it.

When I wake up I want Obama to avoid all these pitfalls while we work it up from the ground. He cannot be the leader of the end of the Drug War, but he can respond to our leadership instead of digging in against us. Let's make this a taxpayer revolt issue as well as drugs are a medical problem issue. Talk about the evidence from Portugal. We are not going to make enough people think pot is great to change the policy, but we can make it not worth the time and money to control it.

DRC's picture
Jul. 31, 2007 3:01 pm

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