Wow, she apparently agreed with me @2 min. Nice research on her part!
Last edited by jasonxe; 10-15-11 at 02:42 AM.
Why don't we also crack down on the drug dealing doctors and their pharmaceutical industry kickbacks while we're at it?
Total hypocrisy, and cannabis never killed anyone.
If there's a god, damn it she won't mind.
If there's a god, baby she won't mind.
Whoops, its a moral/culture issue, so per the Con handbook, Fed law trumps state law on matters of morality. Sorry, I was confused.
Rather than targeting the marijuana industry, if Obama were concerned for the welfare of the nation and its people, he would target the deficit by moving to legalize marijuana, license and tax the production, distribution and sale of it. Not only would this raise considerable revenues for the state, but it would great reduce the costs of federal, state and local law enforcement and reduce the number of prisoners being held by all three.
Last edited by toomuchtime_; 10-15-11 at 11:50 AM.
"instead of 'too big to fail", it's " we'll make you fail for getting too big"..( with no discernible standard for what "too big" entails)
to me, it's not in he federal government's interest to worry about where these operations set up... those standards are for local communities to decide ( using zoning regs as their weapon)
as for transportation and storage, I think that's the state domain as well... up until products wander into the realm of interstate commerce.