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Holders an a$$hole


Last Edited: March 6, 2013, 9:03 pm

I hate this f%cker....

It's ok to funnel arms to mexican criminals to end up killing border agents but it's not ok to step aside and let an alrady booming industry into the open.

When wll these f*ckers just face facts and just move it to aschedule2 drug already.

I hope the folks of Colorado and Washington state retalliate if these bast@rds try pulling that 'supremecy clause' sh*t.


And who the hell is the UN to have any bearing on this matter.?????



Eric Holder gets an earful on marijuana, promises quick decision

By Rob Hotakainen      McClatchy Newspapers     
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By Rob Hotakainen

McClatchy Newspapers

WASHINGTON --          Attorney General Eric Holder is getting plenty of conflicting advice as he tries to figure out how the federal government should respond to the decision by voters in Washington state and Colorado to legalize marijuana for recreational use.

The latest came Wednesday from Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, who told Holder to focus on prosecuting larger federal crimes as he deals with the fallout of automatic spending cuts ordered by Congress.

“If you’re going to be – because of budget cuts – prioritizing matters, I would suggest there are more serious things than minor possession of marijuana, but it’s a personal view,” Leahy told Holder, adding that other states are sure to follow the lead of Washington and Colorado.     

      While Leahy urged leniency, others want Holder to use his job as the nation’s top law enforcement official to get tough with states that want to ignore federal drug laws.

On Tuesday, eight former Drug Enforcement Administration chiefs said the Obama administration should move aggressively to nullify the state legalization laws.

And on the same day, a United Nations agency said the United States would be violating international drug treaties by allowing the state laws to stand.

Holder told senators that he’s reviewing the states’ new laws and plans a quick decision after having already met with governors of both states.

“We’ve had good communication. . . . I expect that we will have an ability to announce what our policy is going to be relatively soon,” Holder said.

With the state and federal laws clearly at odds, Holder is sure to face heat no matter what he decides. And so far, he has given little public indication of what he will do.

Marijuana advocates, however, are hoping that Holder’s boss, President Barack Obama, is on their side.

When the president was asked about the new state laws in an interview with ABC’s Barbara Walters in December, Obama suggested that the federal government would be unlikely to take a hard line, saying: “We’ve got bigger fish to fry.”

As both Washington and Colorado continue with their plans to open marijuana dispensaries later this year, the legalization issue promises to get more attention on Capitol Hill in coming weeks.

Leahy announced earlier that he wants his committee to conduct a hearing into the differences among state and federal laws governing marijuana. He said he wants to make sure that state laws are respected and that state officials in Washington and Colorado who are charged with the licensing of marijuana retailers will not face federal criminal penalties.

Under federal law, marijuana remains a controlled substance, and possession or distribution of the drug is a criminal offense that can result in prison time.


In December, Leahy wrote a letter to the White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy, saying that his committee had “a significant interest” in the issue and that Congress could act to end the uncertainty facing residents in Washington and Colorado.

As one option, Leahy said, the Federal Controlled Substances Act could be changed to allow for the possession of up to an ounce of marijuana, at least in places where it’s already legal under state law.

In the House, two bills were introduced last month that would end the federal prohibition against marijuana and create new regulatory systems to deal with its legalization.

One, sponsored by Democratic Rep. Jared Polis of Colorado, would remove marijuana from the list of controlled substances and allow it to be regulated much like alcohol at the federal level. The second, sponsored by Democratic Rep. Earl Blumenauer of Oregon, would create a federal excise tax on the sale of marijuana.

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rdgrnrComment by rdgrnr - March 6, 2013, 11:51 pm
I think he'll let it go cuz he's busy trying to take our guns away right now.
And he might be in Barry's Choom Club anyway.
Comment by sosaad - March 7, 2013, 9:44 am
The hypocrite Holler Dweller LOVES his Wacky Weed!
JAP69Comment by JAP69 - March 7, 2013, 11:53 am
The power of hemp oil.
The power of weed smoke for the suffering.
The power of hemp in rope.
Hemp was a major agricultural crop before it was illegal.
Rick GComment by Rick G - March 7, 2013, 3:41 pm
Each and every one of us has loved ones who have died or are dying from cancer and most cancers can be cured by hemp oil. Your government does not give a fuque about you or them. Why do I say that? Because they gave you the cancer in the first place with their vaccines and "food" and "water"...and then they denied you the cure. Sounds like murder to me.

Enough of this ludicrous demonization of one of the best medicinal plants found in nature.

Rick Simpson oil - Run From the Cure - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0psJhQHk_GI
JonnyBgood07Comment by JonnyBgood07 - March 7, 2013, 6:15 pm

yeah I saw that a while back RickG and it amazes me how it never made it to major news stations around the world yet we're still hearing crap that's happened a year go or more tht most forgot

That video and the one with a canadian biotech laboratory showing certain types of cancer cells ""committing suicide" as they put it in the presence of certain cannabanoids under a microscope.

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