One of the most prevalent talking points among state governmental officials since the legalization of cannabis for recreational dedications in Washington and Colorado is what actions, if any, will the federal government employ?

Mr. Drones For Americans

Mr. Drones For Americans

“We’re still in the process of reviewing both of the initiatives that were passed,” Attorney General Eric Holder decrees. “You will hear soon. We’re in the last stages of that review and we’re trying to make a determination as to what the policy ramifications are going to be, what our international obligations are — there are a whole variety of things that go into this determination — but the people of [Colorado] and Washington deserve an answer and you will have one soon.”

That was Eric Holder’s response to Colorado state attorney general John Suthers’ question as to when or even if the Department of Justice was planning to intervene or take some course of action in response to the new recreational usage laws.

The mindset of our nation’s policymakers is shifting slowly but surely on a positive path to bringing intelligence and insight to our country’s truly outmoded drug laws.

On Monday March 4, 2013, several House Democrats introduced numerous pieces of legislation all with distinctive purposes directly related to decriminalizing cannabis and removing it from the list of controlled substances. The shift is in progress.

The Evil Weed

The Evil Weed

Attorney General Holder has already conducted meetings with the governors of Washington and Colorado which we know revealed diddly squat in terms of clarification for those said states. And as we can easily ascertain from his latest pronouncement the Department of Justice has no intentions of revealing any strategies or tactics that they may have up their slimy sleeves.

Who could trust anything Holder has to say at this point anyway? He has been involved in more scandalous behavior as of late than I’m sure he cares anyone to mention.

If you aren’t satisfied (and I truly hope you’re not) with our country’s current drug policies, then do our community a solid and get actively involved and help bring a close to this antiquated war on tokers.

3 Responses

  1. MeeMan

    Cannabis effects are contrary to PNACs agenda for the USA. Cannabis relaxes people. PNAC wants everyone fearful and easily subdued as can be seen from the TSA treatments and body scanners and constant fear-mongering news broadcast BS about fake terrorists they themselves created, paid, funded, trained and give missions to. Cannabis takes all that stress away.
    There are two way to rule a nation –
    1/ Fear
    2/ Consensus
    They tried consensus with the writing of the Constitution, but since the cold war started they’ve tried fear. Once the wall fell in Berlin they were left to create a new fear-mongering tactic… the illusive and invented terrorist with false flag explosions here and there to gain believability.
    Take away their fear hold over you abut drugs and their grip is slipping to the point you may actually be free in your lifetime.
    That’s not what they want. Is it what you want?

  2. drmaddogs

    Holder is but a tool of the Administration and the Administration is nothing more than a tool for Corporations. There’s too much money in prohibition for Holder to do anything but protect the Status Quo.

    The only real question is how Holder will couch his response to avoid negative political ramifications derived from maintaining Policies that are proven harmful to this societies general well being.

    The Central planners will protect Monsanto, DuPont, ADM the Alcohol manufactures, wood pulp industry, Drug Pharmas and existing foreign policies by once again denying the voters wishes.
    Only by voting will Americans be able to use the one power that has enabled America to advance where Socialism has floundered. where Fascism has decided policy and not the people.Without using your vote to change America, relegate yourselves to living in a fascist State.
    As H Clinton replied to being asked if prohibition would end, “No, there’s too much money in it”. Get out and vote, vote your butts off, to change this.

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