All my smokers light up and spread peace. Medical marijuana has single handedly bailed California out of debt. It’s imperative to at least decriminalize marijuana. The media frenzy regarding the cartels and the violence is complete hypocrisy and the result of a systemic bias against Mexicans. The real deal; such violence wouldn’t happen if America didn’t create the North American Free Trade Agreement the at virtually collapsed Mexico’s economy.
“From Canada we’ve learned that the production cost of (government-sponsored) marijuana is roughly 33¢ a gram. Currently, U.S. marijuana consumers pay at least $10 per gram retail for illegal marijuana. If the cost of retailing and distribution is the same as for legal tobacco cigarettes, about 10¢ a gram, then selling the (legal) product at exactly the same price as on the street today ($10 per gram) could raise $40 billion to $100 billion in new revenue. Not chump change. Government would simply be transferring revenue from organized crime to the public purse.” by Stephen Easton, the Fraser Institute (Business Weekly)
Presently, there is no real agricultural avenue(s) for Mexico’s economy the citizens rely upon America’s thirsty appetite for drugs. Americans consumption is astronomical and has been since Reagan’s bogus War on Drugs and the Iran-Contra Scandal. Complete bulls**t if you ask me, plain and simple America stays higher than Heath Ledger (RIP). Come on people, the time is coming, get ready to roll up a spliff with Grandma and Grandpa.
Even if you don’t smoke you may ened up consuming cannabis eventually because of the medical breakthroughs that have come from it’s use. Thomas Jefferson and George Washington had weed plantations, they said forget cotton let’s get some hemp going. If you want to know more Google it.
Willie Nelson Admits Smoking A Joint On The White House Roof
On May 12, 2012, Rasmussen Reports conducted a survey of 1,000 likely voters nationwide. They asked, “Would you favor or oppose legalizing marijuana and regulating it in the similar manner to the way alcohol and tobacco cigarettes are regulated today?”
The poll affirms, once again, that the tide of public opinion continues to turn in our favor. Fifty-six percent of respondents stated they would support legalizing and regulating marijuana in a similar manner alcohol and tobacco. Only 36% were opposed to the concept and 8% were undecided. by Erik Altieri, NORML Communications Coordinator (NormL.org)
Also be on the lookout for the new clothing line, “Blazed Nation”, coming to a dispensary new you!Who’s with me? P.S. Go and cop that new Bob Marley documentary that released on April 20th titled, “Marley”. Jah Bless! #Selah#Colly #Rasta