Eric Holder won’t like this

All I could think of when I read this story was Barack Obama and his attorney general and their absurd anti-marijuana crusade:

New Approach Washington unveiled new advertisements Wednesday that show former law enforcement officials supporting Initiative 502.

The ballot initiative would legalize the production and sale of marijuana in Washington state through state-licensed stores, if approved by voters in November. Under the proposed law, the Washington State Liquor Control Board would regulated marijuana-shops and possessing up to an ounce of marijuana would be legal.

“We know firsthand that decades of marijuana arrests have failed to reduce use and the drug cartels are pocketing all the profits,” says Charlie Mandigo, a former FBI special agent, in one of the ads…

2 thoughts on “Eric Holder won’t like this

  1. Obama has an ongoing anti-marijuana crusade? Missed that. Wouldn’t it be easier for the governors of all 50 states to demand that their legislatures decriminalize the use of marijuana immediately? These fools all meet at least once a year in a small room. No state enforced the Volstead Act (18th Amendment) and it went away 13 years later. Lots of things are local problems and not federal problems. We should all learn how to identify the difference between the two. Then blame the proper people.

  2. It’s a federal law they’re enforcing. The president is sworn (it’s in his oath of office) to see that the laws are enforced. He uses his boss attorney to do that. Federal law is supreme in the united states. Ask the confederacy how that works.

    The enforcement-prison-industrial complex has too much at stake to have the laws changed. The initiative will have to come from the people.

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