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Author Topic: CA Lawmakers Vote to Repeal Marijuana Prohibition  (Read 2168 times)

January 12, 2010, 03:58:15 PM

Truth:  it's OK if they don't understand.  if you follow it, stay true to it, and respect it, you could be in store for the greatest journey you could ever imagine.


January 13, 2010, 12:50:34 PM
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This is good news.  I remember that the governator vetoed a bill to allow California farmers to grow industrial hemp, which is baffling.

A good book to read is Jack Herer\'s \'The Emperor Wears no Clothes\', it is available free online:  http://www.jackherer.com/chapters.html

It is a disgrace that in the \'Land of the Free\', we incarcerate a larger percentage of our population than any other nation in the world.  Many of these people are non-violent drug offenders.

The prison industry is being privatized and many of these inmates are nothing more than slave labor that is used by corporations such as IBM, Dell, etc.  See http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=8289

And ultimately, it is still a federal crime to possess marijuana, and the federal government established its dominance over the states in the Civil War.



January 13, 2010, 12:58:53 PM
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hear hear to that

it is baby steps and it won\'t be easy but it can be done if we want it


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This is good news.  I remember that the governator vetoed a bill to allow California farmers to grow industrial hemp, which is baffling.

A good book to read is Jack Herer\'s \'The Emperor Wears no Clothes\', it is available free online:  http://www.jackherer.com/chapters.html

It is a disgrace that in the \'Land of the Free\', we incarcerate a larger percentage of our population than any other nation in the world.  Many of these people are non-violent drug offenders.

The prison industry is being privatized and many of these inmates are nothing more than slave labor that is used by corporations such as IBM, Dell, etc.  See http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=8289

And ultimately, it is still a federal crime to possess marijuana, and the federal government established its dominance over the states in the Civil War.


Truth:  it's OK if they don't understand.  if you follow it, stay true to it, and respect it, you could be in store for the greatest journey you could ever imagine.


January 14, 2010, 07:33:21 PM
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Good, the government shouldn\'t be meddling in the affairs of personal interests. This is one step towards something greater.
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