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@MaVolta wrote:

Funny thing about the right -

  • They are for states rights, except when they are not
  • They are for less government, except when they are not
  • They are against deficit spending, except when they are not

Guess the exception is the rule.  Just sayin'....


Lets all remember this scenario - when the Republicans start talking about Honesty Justice and the American Way

 

I watched a show last night about - Rubin "Hurricane" Carter - who spent 19 years in prison after being wrongly convicted of a triple murder - wrongly convicted is putting it mildly - he was Framed

 

When Trump starts talking about Honesty like the way he is now about the Media I am reminded of the scenes in the Carter Movie where they were able to secure his release by exposing all the Lies told by the Police the District Attorney - Several Witnesses

 

Trumps lies in just the first thirty days will give researchers over the next few years all the evidence they will need to expose him for the Liar the Con Man the Extortionist he truly is

 

 

( " China if You're Listening - Get Trumps Tax Returns " )

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Funny thing about the right -

  • They are for states rights, except when they are not
  • They are for less government, except when they are not
  • They are against deficit spending, except when they are not

Guess the exception is the rule.  Just sayin'....

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mandm84:  Oh yeah , the Far Right talks less Government , Unless they need to force their Agenda on ALL

 

 

"States rights" is just a slogan tossed out for the saps who take it seriously. Trump doesn't.

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Oh yeah , the Far Right talks less Government , Unless they need to force their Agenda on ALL

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Once again, my Governor Jay Inslee said he will take the Trump administration on if they persist in trying to close down our recreational marijuana industry. This should enrage Trump supporters if Sessions decides to do this. What about freedom, what about not having the government on your back??
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@MaVolta wrote:

I guess that the Marijuana Growers Association forgot to donate. Sad. 


The Trump Administration thinks States are impotent to Govern themselves and should be concentrating on simple things like Bathroom Policy -  only Donald Trump knows best on everything else

 

 

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I guess that the Marijuana Growers Association forgot to donate. Sad. 

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Washington (CNN)The White House said Thursday it expects law enforcement agents to enforce federal marijuana laws when they come into conflict with states where recreational use of the drug is permitted.

 
"I do believe you will see greater enforcement of it," White House press secretary Sean Spicer said regarding federal drug laws, which still list marijuana as an illegal substance.
 
That's a reversal from the Obama administration's stance, which laid out in an official memo that the federal government wouldn't interfere in states where nonmedical use of marijuana is allowed.
 
Spicer on Thursday, however, linked marijuana use with the widespread abuse of painkillers, suggesting that allowing recreational use of marijuana could be interpreted as condoning drug use more widely.
 
"When you see something like the opioid addiction crisis blossoming in so many states around this country, the last thing we should be doing is encouraging people," Spicer said. "There is still a federal law that we need to abide by when it comes to recreational marijuana and drugs of that nature."
 
 
 

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