Friday, June 8, 2018

Trump Says He is Likely to Support Ending Federal Ban on Marijuana


President Trump said he likely will support a congressional effort to end the federal ban on marijuana.

He is probably just trying to aggravate Sessions. (I wonder inspired that positionning.)

Notes the Los Angeles Times:
Trump’s remarks put him sharply at odds with Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions on the issue. The bill in question, pushed by a bipartisan coalition, would allow states to go forward with legalization unencumbered by threats of federal prosecution.
-RW  

10 comments:

  1. WOW!

    Somewhere Walter Block is smiling.

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  2. I saw the sequel to the Kingsmen movie last week. The antagonist is a diabolical sociopath who wants to end the war on drugs.

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  3. So wait... if Trump order Sessions not to enforce federal marijuana prohibitions, will Mueller investigate Trump for obstruction of justice? Could there be a Russian connection? Everybody high in 2018 or 2020 so they vote like crazy, man?

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  4. The public is going to applaud this. Trump 2020 on the way… wait til you see what he does when he realizes the public wants this.

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  5. Perhaps Trump had a lucent moment driven by his life long desire for one-upmanship. Thanks Sessions.

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  6. I drive into Seattle at least once a week for work. If the wind is blowing in, you can smell the dank from miles away.

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  7. Non aggression therefore marijuana. Libertarianism in a nutshell.

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    1. It’s OK Paul. This would keep some white people out of prison, too.

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  8. Another win for Libertarians for Trump.

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