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House GOP Leader Rep. Boehner on Legalization | The NORML Stash Blog

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7 responses to “House GOP Leader Rep. Boehner on Legalization”

  1. josh

    I also like how ‘defense’ spending is out of the question as being wasteful. But that should probably be reserved for another website all together :)

  2. josh

    Wow. What a bunch of bullshit. It saddens me to know that the majority of Americans buy this stuff. I love how he makes it sound as if America is the only country who’s government can have debate without knives and guns.

  3. Lane Monk

    The GOP really is in a bind. They’ve lost badly in the past 2 elections with little hope of turning the tide. The more Libertarian side of the GOP demands action on this issue, but the Christan Coalition side can’t stomach it. Without the Libertarians the best they can achieve is more like 40% of the vote. They may yet come around to our side, but it will probably take another drubbing in 2012 for them to wake up. By then Obama may have succeeded in maturing his liberal second teer appointments and moved this country’s collective “mindset” decidedly to the left. Any way you cut it, pot will be go!

  4. Adam

    Am the only one who Calls Rep. Beohner (Boner)?

  5. aka medihead

    Same ole.. “I don’t think it’s a good idea”

    It’s not just an “idea”! I don’t hear any (none, zip, notta) conversation over drug (pot) legalizing in fact I think Boehner is a chicken chit just like Obama. Both are afraid to have a sound position in drug (pot) law reform. Rep. Boehner can’t even talk about DRUGS (pot) in a rational manner, we all just witnessed it. Bawk! Bawk! Bawk! (Pot + conversations = drugs)

  6. Adam,WA

    This guy is clearly rattled. He can’t even put together sentences. This just shows ya that DC is hot with buzz on this issue. Do you not think that every GOP ass in DC dosen’t know we have won every poll put to the people lately. They know!
    They know we have a strong case, they know our support is “growing”. ( thought I’d slip that MSM type joke in) They see their grip on America sliping away. Let’s be the ones who crush ‘em.
    ( my girl says we shouldn’t “Crush ‘em” )

  7. ATXChappy

    I have two issues with this.

    1). Rep. Boehner states that these are issues that need to be discussed. Yet, they (the federal government) aren’t willing to discuss it. We have seen that time and time again.

    2). We should not be asking law enforcement for input. They have a vested interest in the war on drugs. They get a lot of funding from federal grants and asset forfeiture. Which in my mind means they should recues themselves from any discussion on weather a substance should be criminalized or not. That’s like asking your employee if you think you should eliminate his position. And, that answer is always going to be now. Regardless of any facts.

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