Warren Demands Sessions Respect State Marijuana Laws

Posted: March 5, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

“He told me he would have some respect for states’ right on these things,” Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), told Politico. “And so I’ll be very unhappy if the federal government decides to go into Colorado and Washington and all of these places. And that’s not [what] my interpretation of my conversation with him was. That this wasn’t his intention.”

Source: “He told me he would have some respect for states’ right on these things,”

Comments
    • I’ve always shared this view, futuret. In my experience most conspiracy theories deflect the real blame from the wealthy capitalists who exploit and oppress it. When people are unable to identify the real cause of social problems, they become virtually impossible to change.

      • futuret says:

        IN EVERY FORM OF GOVERNMENT, IN WHICH I THINK ALL OF THEM STINK, THERE ARE DIRTY OFFICE POLITICS. AS AN INDIVIDUAL I STAND AS A MESSIANIC CHRISTIAN, CONSPIRACY REALIST, AND A PROLETARIAT. I RESIST ALL, THEY ARE ALL IN THE SAME FAMILY, JUST DIFFERENT RELATIVES.

  1. tubularsock says:

    Tubularsock attempts to “. . . smoke two joints in the morning, I smoke two joints at night
    I smoke two joints in the afternoon, it makes me feel alright
    I smoke two joints in time of peace, and two in time of war
    I smoke two joints before I smoke two joints, and then I smoke two more”. (C & M Kay)

  2. Warrens is in no position to demand anything. It’s a bit late for the Dems to attempt to obtain some sort of ‘backbone’ when they’ve been spineless for so long. Sessions thinks that weed is a bad thing and I would not be surprised if things change somewhere down the road whereas weed is not so favorably regarded as it was with the Obama Administration.

  3. Good point, Shelby. The title of the article is a quite misleading – as the letter was signed by a a group of both Democratic and Republican senators. Whoever wrote it clearly wants to promote Warren’s presidential ambitions. I know there are a number of libertarian-leaning Republicans who are very much against the war on drugs because of the power it hands over to the criminally corrupt CIA and DEA and because of all the states who are going broke trying to build enough prisons to house all their minority residents convicted of marijuana possession.

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