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Re: Obama and Medical Marijuana
« Reply #2 on: 01-28-2009 at 07:15:03 PM »

I was three when old man Ramp told me Obama was coming. Floyd thought I had black blood because the radiation from Hanford had given me Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and turned me into "Your worst enemy". Floyd said my children wouldn't live to see it happen. Without marijuana, I'd never have seen it. That was sixty years ago. What do you suppose our time frame is here? I wonder if that old commie wasn't a pot smoker himself? He was into everything that was good for you.

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Obama and Medical Marijuana
« Reply #1 on: 01-27-2009 at 05:55:53 PM »

Dear Medical Marijuana advocate,

Less than two days. That's how long it took ex-President Bush's
cronies inside the federal government to strike out at President Obama
and use taxpayer money to undermine him.

Last Thursday the DEA raided a medical marijuana dispensary in
California, putting the lives of cancer, HIV/AIDS and other patients
at risk.

But we can show President Obama that the American people will
stand with him in this fight.

As you may know, President Obama promised on the campaign trail to end the Bush administration's cruel and costly raids on medical marijuana patients and caregivers in states where marijuana is legal for medical use. He's in the process of replacing Bush officials who are the
source of the problem, but that takes time.

Quite frankly, what the Bush loyalists inside the DEA did in South Lake Tahoe is the equivalent of giving President Obama the finger.

Now is our chance to urge President Obama to protect at-risk
patients. If he doesn't stand up forcefully to Bush's cronies, they will continue to undermine his presidency. And terminally ill patients will suffer.


Bill Piper
Director, Office of National Affairs
Drug Policy Alliance
« Last Edit: 01-28-2009 at 10:46:46 AM by Sea Mac »

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