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Old 01-11-2017, 09:14 AM #61
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Old 01-11-2017, 02:50 PM #62
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You folks in LA and Boston need to ramp this up quick to make recreational reversal more expensive, timing will be everything. I don't think there are resources to enforce any federal laws especially without cooperation from the states. One or two frustrated governors and the AG could do some damage or at least slow progress way down. I hope medical is untouchable at this point.

Either way, I will do my thing.
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Old 01-11-2017, 04:40 PM #63
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Of course Sessions and the republican congress will kill any progress at the federal level for the indefinite future and will cause many problems and troubles in states that have already legalized. We hashed this all out in a couple of threads months ago when his appointment was first announced.

Trump will govern by tweet as has done, meaning his appointees will run the government according to their abysmal records. And nothing he tweets or says has any bearing on what his government will actually do.
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Old 01-11-2017, 06:50 PM #64
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There are so many issues this guy has to deal with, lets hope cannabis is not a top priority. I don't think a senator from bama is going to change how the majority of the people in many states feel. He certainty is going to have to pry the rosin from my dead hands...
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Old 01-11-2017, 06:57 PM #65
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Since the beginning of canna prohibition the US government has had bigger problems and issues to deal with than raising money thru the war on drugs
Left right don't matter...Barry has been the ONLY one who made an effort to leave it alone and how many went to jail over the last eight years? Plenty!
The last rep pres had time to persecute canna and he started TWO wars be had to deal with! These people are multi Tasker's..
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Old 01-11-2017, 08:47 PM #66
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nearly every issue he "stands" for he's flip flopped on. i'd expect nothing less.
I've heard one or two people say this before. But I guess we just differ in that I don't hold Donald to every statement he's ever made to the same standard as what he campaigned on.

So your expecting nothing less than Donald to do the exact opposite of what he campaigned on? No wall? No ACA repeal? No trade renegotiation?....and total all out war on weed right?
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Yall haven't figured out gov never does what they say? Its usually always the opposite while skewing the definition to confuse the simpletons. It should be a no brainer that these idiots are full of shit.
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there will never be a wall, and no, Mexico will not pay for it anyway. expect a buttload more barbed wire though. much cheaper. Trump campaigned supporting medical cannabis, and many states that cast their votes for him already passed medical legalization, or did so this election. if he goes after mediweed he will become an irrelevant single term officeholder...which is exactly what i hope he is whether he supports cannabis rights or not. Sessions will be a lap dog in the Trump zoo; unless the Hairpiece says "sic 'em!" i don't think there is much to worry about. too many GOPers are climbing aboard the cannabis train. Trump is, obviously, a money grubbing swine. he sees those tax dollars & his eyes light up! MONEY TALKS, BULLSHIT WALKS...
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I am interested to see if he's confirmed, but I think that it's doubtful that he will be stopped at this particular junction. Pot is a state thing now, and always has been. It's not federally legal, so I don't expect that to change. I think that they have plenty to do after Today's press conference, so they should keep busy without cannabis. There was a new article today that about 40% of COPS think that pot should be legal. We have broken away, and there is no stopping cannabis.
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You know what's funny about all these protests and I hope he doesn't get confirmed comment? Democrats have 49 seats in the Senate including the independents. If the Democrats had not changed the cloture rules to get Obama's nominees through, they would have enough seats to filibuster indefinitely or make the Republicans change the rules when more than a couple Republican senators hate Trump. McCain and Graham come to mind.

The Dems did this to themselves, the same way their healthcare law was passed with budget reconciliation and will now be dismantled in the same partisan way.

What's good for the goose....
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