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Old 01-04-2018, 01:02 PM   #1
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Lives in 1955 and is a milk toast, weak sauce, self rescinding do nothing. So he finally decides to something. Go against liberty, waste billions of tax dollars and incarcerate hundreds of thousands of innocent people. Eff this guy. Too many states have legalized, he wont be able to get the toothpaste back in the tube. The majority of Americans agree with legalization leaving this mini dictator to go against the majority. POS.
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Of all the problems we have in this country, cannabis isn’t one. Now we get to watch as the Feds fail miserably at an attempt to putting the geni back in the bottle.
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They are going to get even more strict on Marijuana now that Hezbollah is in business with the cartels.
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He is head of the department of Justice and is responsible for making sure federal law is followed.
Your problem is with Congress. If you want to smoke and grow with out the possibility of prosecution you need to help change federal law, not rail against the man charged with up holding it
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From what I had read.... Obama's"hands off policy" wasn't allowing the feds to do their job with regards to properly enforce trafficking/distribution. So ended it.
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It's all about big Pharma money...pharmaceuticals lobby to keep it illegal b/c it cuts into their markets & profits.

Exhibit 'A': https://www.federalregister.gov/docu...ons-containing

DEA recently legalized a new formulation of oral solutions containing dronabinol (a synthetic version of THC) as a Schedule 2 substance (requires prescription). Because I'm sure the synthetic version is safer than the home grown stuff.

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From what I had read.... Obama's"hands off policy" wasn't allowing the feds to do their job with regards to properly enforce trafficking/distribution. So ended it.
Sounds like it hinges on that. Too much of Coloradoís bud was ending up in Nebraska, Oklahoma and other spots.

Here is my prediction... within a very short time the Feds take down a few of the notable and big players of the legal cannabis trade and make examples of them and sending the entire business back under ground. Looks like the underground pot dealers get their jobs back.
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I like how he compares it to heroin. You seen many grannies doing heroin? Booggy booggy boo

It'll be interesting to see what happens with each state. They have been busting illegal grows here a lot so it isn't like this stuff is growing in the ditches.
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Sounds like it hinges on that. Too much of Coloradoís bud was ending up in Nebraska, Oklahoma and other spots.

Here is my prediction... within a very short time the Feds take down a few of the notable and big players of the legal cannabis trade and make examples of them and sending the entire business back under ground. Looks like the underground pot dealers get their jobs back.

They never lost their jobs. They can sell it cheaper than the legal operators due to the high (no pun intended) taxation.
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I like how he compares it to heroin. You seen many grannies doing heroin? Booggy booggy boo
Have you seen what marijuana will do to you??!!
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Hahaha

So very true
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My hope that this will prompt Congress to get out of the pot regulation business all together. Whatever one's view on the topic (I am not for legalization) it is an issue that should be left up to the states. That's how it's supposed to work - we live in a collection of states, not one big country where the states just exist as "administrative districts" to enforce Washington's rules. Federalism is meant to allow states to act as laboratories for new ideas - other states can watch and see how it goes. As the consequences of legalization become apparent over the longer term, more states can join in or choose not to. That's federalism - something we need more of.
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Have you seen what marijuana will do to you??!!
"After injecting only one marijuana" Bwahahahahahaha
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http://kdvr.com/2018/01/04/u-s-attor...-prosecutions/

One US Attorney already coming out against Sessions. Lots of congressmen and Senators as well. Freedom Caucus members demanding he resign.
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My hope that this will prompt Congress to get out of the pot regulation business all together. Whatever one's view on the topic (I am not for legalization) it is an issue that should be left up to the states. That's how it's supposed to work - we live in a collection of states, not one big country where the states just exist as "administrative districts" to enforce Washington's rules. Federalism is meant to allow states to act as laboratories for new ideas - other states can watch and see how it goes. As the consequences of legalization become apparent over the longer term, more states can join in or choose not to. That's federalism - something we need more of.
Exactly right
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Dont know how this effects weed, but it looks like prohibition gets a lot of cops killed
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Oh so I see. We only enforce laws that we like.

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Obama's administration pretty much spent the whole 8 years preaching that you only needed to obey the laws you deemed fair.
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I don't like the Tax Laws, can I stop paying taxes with no ramifications??
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^ it worked for Sharpton
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A few years ago I said I'd carry an illegal knife on me anytime I wanted to because I thought the law was stupid. I caught all kinds of hell.
In a few short years people want the head of the department of Justice to ignore federal law because they want to get high
That Obama sure did a number on the country
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Anyone remember chanting “Re-criminalize Marajuana” at 2016-17 Trump rallies ...?

yeah, me neither.


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My hope that this will prompt Congress to get out of the pot regulation business all together. Whatever one's view on the topic (I am not for legalization) it is an issue that should be left up to the states. That's how it's supposed to work - we live in a collection of states, not one big country where the states just exist as "administrative districts" to enforce Washington's rules. Federalism is meant to allow states to act as laboratories for new ideas - other states can watch and see how it goes. As the consequences of legalization become apparent over the longer term, more states can join in or choose not to. That's federalism - something we need more of.
The Feds certainly don't seemed concerned when a state passes laws that constrict constitutional rights (I.e. 2nd amendment).
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It's all about big Pharma money...pharmaceuticals lobby to keep it illegal b/c it cuts into their markets & profits.
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And California legalizing marijuana has nothing to do with the desires of the people. Itís about the estimated 1 Billion in tax revenue its expected to generate. From every angle, from every party, itís always about money.
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Obama's administration pretty much spent the whole 8 years preaching that you only needed to obey the laws you deemed fair.
So that means we should continue with his "legacy"?
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The entire administration needs tossed out on their ears. Including Trump.

I ain't no liberal by any stretch of the imagination, but I do believe in Liberty. And no, I don't use weed, or any other drug that doesn't have my name on the bottle. The government has too much control already.

This is the worst s#!+ show I have seen since I started inhabiting the planet in 1965.
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The entire administration needs tossed out on their ears. Including Trump.

I ain't no liberal by any stretch of the imagination, but I do believe in Liberty. And no, I don't use weed, or any other drug that doesn't have my name on the bottle. The government has too much control already.

This is the worst s#!+ show I have seen since I started inhabiting the planet in 1965.


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The entire administration needs tossed out on their ears. Including Trump.

I ain't no liberal by any stretch of the imagination, but I do believe in Liberty. And no, I don't use weed, or any other drug that doesn't have my name on the bottle. The government has too much control already.

This is the worst s#!+ show I have seen since I started inhabiting the planet in 1965.
Trump had nothing to do with current federal law on weed.
His DOJ head has no choice but to enforce federal law.
If the law needs to be changed, Congress has that obligation, not Trump or Sessions
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Trump had nothing to do with current federal law on weed.
His DOJ head has no choice but to enforce federal law.
If the law needs to be changed, Congress has that obligation, not Trump or Sessions
Correct.

This will shut down the economy and job growth in 7 Blue LWL states who will have to now embrace Trump's conservative political doctrine to save their economies, or they'll bust out just like Detroit/Chicago/Baltimore. Who said Trump's not a politician...


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The entire administration needs tossed out on their ears. Including Trump.

I ain't no liberal by any stretch of the imagination, but I do believe in Liberty. And no, I don't use weed, or any other drug that doesn't have my name on the bottle. The government has too much control already.

This is the worst s#!+ show I have seen since I started inhabiting the planet in 1965.
Sounds like you need to change what's inside those bottles with your name on it.
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If you wanted to continue to smoke your reefers you should have voted for Hillary.
You knew Trump was anti-THC.

Obama told DoJ, "Don't mess with it. Let the state's handle that. We have bigger fish to fry."

But sessions wants to waste time getting in the middle of this schoolyard fight but steadily recused himself from real WBA heavyweight battles.
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If you wanted to continue to smoke your reefers you should have voted for Hillary.
You knew Trump was anti-THC.

Obama told DoJ, "Don't mess with it. Let the state's handle that. We have bigger fish to fry."

But sessions wants to waste time getting in the middle of this schoolyard fight but steadily recused himself from real WBA heavyweight battles.
One issue voters. That's what the Democratic Party is. No thanks.
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My hope that this will prompt Congress to get out of the pot regulation business all together. Whatever one's view on the topic (I am not for legalization) it is an issue that should be left up to the states. That's how it's supposed to work - we live in a collection of states, not one big country where the states just exist as "administrative districts" to enforce Washington's rules. Federalism is meant to allow states to act as laboratories for new ideas - other states can watch and see how it goes. As the consequences of legalization become apparent over the longer term, more states can join in or choose not to. That's federalism - something we need more of.
Easy with the hate speech. That kind of talking may cause another war of Northern Aggression.
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Obama told DoJ, "Don't mess with it. Let the state's handle that. We have bigger fish to fry."
Yea, he said the same to ICE on illegals.

Is that how our government is based, on fish fries?
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Look at the DEA drug schedule.

https://www.dea.gov/druginfo/ds.shtml

According to them, marijuana is more dangerous than cocaine, oxycontin, ketamine and other drugs.

Yes, that list is not fact based, but very political.
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Serious question, in states where it is legal can they openly smoke it in public places like say an outdoor park? I'm just curious if that is the case and how I would handle it if someone was blazing one and me and my young children were getting it second hand. And don't say I would handle it by getting high, giggling like a child and then getting the munchies.
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Serious question, in states where it is legal can they openly smoke it in public places like say an outdoor park? I'm just curious if that is the case and how I would handle it if someone was blazing one and me and my young children were getting it second hand. And don't say I would handle it by getting high, giggling like a child and then getting the munchies.
No. You're not allowed to toke in public.
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Serious question, in states where it is legal can they openly smoke it in public places like say an outdoor park? I'm just curious if that is the case and how I would handle it if someone was blazing one and me and my young children were getting it second hand. And don't say I would handle it by getting high, giggling like a child and then getting the munchies.
I guess the same way you handle free beer.
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he is head of the department of justice and is responsible for making sure federal law is followed.
Your problem is with congress. If you want to smoke and grow with out the possibility of prosecution you need to help change federal law, not rail against the man charged with up holding it
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They treat it like alcohol, no public intox, open container etc.
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Yeah, but how is that Hillary prosecution going? You know, enforcing federal laws and all.
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Yeah, but how is that Hillary prosecution going? You know, enforcing federal laws and all.
Lock her up. Lock her up......

and ya Wall. Where is Wall?
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Yeah, but how is that Hillary prosecution going? You know, enforcing federal laws and all.
Word is the investigation for the email server and misuse of classified information has been reopened as well as the Clinton Foundation for cash for play while she was Secretary of State.

I'm not holding my breath anything will happen though.
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Lock her up. Lock her up......

and ya Wall. Where is Wall?
Didn't they just complete the bidding process for wall look and material?
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If I understand the fed laws then any grower that deposits grow money into a federal reserve bank has committed a federal crime and can be arrested and prosecuted. They will now have to deal in cash and cash only and open themselves up to being hijacked and robbed or worse. They will need an army to protect themselves.
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