The only person who has a shot at The White House and favors marijuana legalization – Texas Congressman Ron Paul – is still on pace to challenge the “front-runners” for the GOP nomination after a close third place finish in last night’s Iowa Caucus in which he got the same amount of delegates as the winners.

This coming Tuesday New Hampshire will hold their GOP primary, where Dr. Paul is showing a strong 2nd in polls and where Rick Santorum has no organization to speak of.

So it seems the only two viable candidates for the GOP nomination are Dr. Paul and Mitt Romney. Considering Romney’s outspoken opposition to medical marijuana and Barack Obama’s proven hostility, Ron Paul is the only hope for a change in federal cannabis policy in the near future.

New Hampshire’s primary will go a long way in determining the future of federal cannabis policy in The United States. And The 420 Times will be here with the results.

- Joe Klare

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About The Author

Joe Klare has been writing about marijuana issues for the past 5 years online, in print and on air.

4 Responses

  1. D____ R_______

    It’s a shame we have people in charge instead of ideals. Ideals such as logic, science, and freedom.

    Cannabis would be instantly legalized.

    I’m sure many other facets of politics and government would be improved as well.

    Although, I must admit… I get this smile on my face basically every time I hear Ron Paul speak. He wants the best for everyone. He wants us to be free.

    The president normally gets paid $400,000 a year. He wants to be paid $40,000 a year.

  2. Riddle

    A new movement has begun to have those that support Ron Paul donate $4.20 to his campaign on 4/20/2012. Not only to show support for Sen. Paul but also to show other politicians how serious the support for legalization is.

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