Since the neo-cons elected to lansing last November are getting ready to gut the voter approved medical marijuana initiative this fall, I would expect that they will do whatever is necessary to keep marijuana as illegal as possible in this state no matter what happens at the federal level. And I think we both know that it has no chance on the federal level at this point either.Thanks for posting.
Hopefully this, and the marijuana law will both go through, and make 2011 a landmark year for personal freedoms.
I must be missing something.... don'tcha usually sit on the pot?Obviously Im pro gun. I cant support killing innocents for any reason, and the .gov shouldnt be telling me what I can do with my own body, especially with medical issues. Then theres the whole hemp thing.
Knowing where someone stands on pot is one of the most clear indicators on how the candidate really views personal freedom.
Thank you. I'll be using this a lot from now on.
I actually voted for Dr Paul in my first vote for President back in 1988 when he was the Libertarian candidate; I met him on the campaign trail and found him very intelligent and cognizant of constitutional issues. I distinctly recall him calling former President Reagan "a failure" and railing against the legacy of high deficits that he left us. http://www.ninomiya.org/libertarian/ronpaul_vs_laughlin.htmlAnd then we can all take a victory lap on our unicorns and stop for a snack at the jellybean tree.
Substance over style will not win a presidential election.