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Date: 09 Feb 2009 20:43:31
From: bo dark
Subject: ot:interesting discovery



http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28034925/






 
Date: 10 Feb 2009 08:30:10
From: Bob T.
Subject: Re: ot:interesting discovery
On Feb 10, 1:37=A0am, "Ian Stuart" <spamsu...@tiscali.co.uk > wrote:
> On Feb 10 2009 5:43 AM, bo dark wrote:
>
> >http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28034925/
>
> "Scientists originally thought the plant material in the grave was
> coriander"
>
> How the hell could anyone go through 5 years of college and not be able t=
o
> recognise a bag of grass?

Because when they found it, it wasn't in a Ziploc.

- Bob T.
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Date: 10 Feb 2009 01:37:05
From: Ian Stuart
Subject: Re: ot:interesting discovery
On Feb 10 2009 5:43 AM, bo dark wrote:

> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28034925/

"Scientists originally thought the plant material in the grave was
coriander"

How the hell could anyone go through 5 years of college and not be able to
recognise a bag of grass?

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Date: 09 Feb 2009 21:50:54
From: Bob T.
Subject: Re: ot:interesting discovery
On Feb 9, 9:44=A0pm, "brewmaster" <a1...@webnntp.invalid > wrote:
> On Feb 9 2009 8:43 PM, bo dark wrote:
>
> >http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28034925/
>
> Not surprising that MSNBC is onto this story. =A0Guess what libs, your he=
ro
> is NOT going to make smoking pot legal.

Good work, "Brewmaster". Somebody has to take a principled stand
against people fucking up their systems with mind-altering substances.

- Bob T.
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> Brew
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Date: 09 Feb 2009 21:44:59
From: brewmaster
Subject: Re: ot:interesting discovery
On Feb 9 2009 8:43 PM, bo dark wrote:

> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28034925/

Not surprising that MSNBC is onto this story. Guess what libs, your hero
is NOT going to make smoking pot legal.


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Date: 10 Feb 2009 10:26:23
From: James L. Hankins
Subject: Re: ot:interesting discovery

"brewmaster" <a163b@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:rrg766xug7.ln2@recgroups.com...
> On Feb 9 2009 8:43 PM, bo dark wrote:
>
>> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28034925/
>
> Not surprising that MSNBC is onto this story. Guess what libs, your hero
> is NOT going to make smoking pot legal.


Probably not. But, he might keep the feds from prosecuting folks in states
whose citizens made it legal in their state through legitimate legislative
means.

You know, Brew, that little thing called federalism and state's rights. I
thought you wingnuts were all in favor of that. If California wants to
legalize pot for medicinal purposes (or for any reason) why is it that the
feds can swoop in and prosecute people who sell it? Rhetorical of course
since the feds obviously *can* do such a thing, but is it good policy for
them to do it?




   
Date: 10 Feb 2009 22:16:27
From: Joe Long
Subject: Re: ot:interesting discovery
James L. Hankins wrote:

> You know, Brew, that little thing called federalism and state's rights. I
> thought you wingnuts were all in favor of that. If California wants to
> legalize pot for medicinal purposes (or for any reason) why is it that the
> feds can swoop in and prosecute people who sell it? Rhetorical of course
> since the feds obviously *can* do such a thing, but is it good policy for
> them to do it?

Why do you assume that Republicans and Conservatives all support the
Federal drug policies? They are no more monolithic about this or any
other issue than Democrats and Liberals (or should I say "left-wingnuts?").

For example, I'm a registered Republican and conservative/libertarian
who not only supports real federalism, but strongly opposed the "War on
Drugs" and the DEA apparatus. I believe that the criminalization of
drugs and the efforts of the DEA have caused more harm to our society
than drugs ever did.

If Obama doesn't make some effort to correct this, I will be
disappointed as well.


--
Joe Long aka ChipRider
Somewhere on the Range


    
Date: 11 Feb 2009 02:55:25
From: RGP Loner
Subject: Re: ot:interesting discovery
On Feb 10 2009 10:16 PM, Joe Long wrote:

> James L. Hankins wrote:
>
> > You know, Brew, that little thing called federalism and state's rights. I
> > thought you wingnuts were all in favor of that. If California wants to
> > legalize pot for medicinal purposes (or for any reason) why is it that the
> > feds can swoop in and prosecute people who sell it? Rhetorical of course
> > since the feds obviously *can* do such a thing, but is it good policy for
> > them to do it?
>
> Why do you assume that Republicans and Conservatives all support the
> Federal drug policies? They are no more monolithic about this or any
> other issue than Democrats and Liberals (or should I say "left-wingnuts?").
>
> For example, I'm a registered Republican and conservative/libertarian
> who not only supports real federalism, but strongly opposed the "War on
> Drugs" and the DEA apparatus. I believe that the criminalization of
> drugs and the efforts of the DEA have caused more harm to our society
> than drugs ever did.
>
> If Obama doesn't make some effort to correct this, I will be
> disappointed as well.
>
>
> --
> Joe Long aka ChipRider My party needs to get back to government out of mine
and every one else's life.
> Somewhere on the Range



I agree, On these Issues Joe and I can enjoy beers. Being against
abortion is a high price to pay for a loss to my personal freedoms.
My party needs to get back to government out of mine and every one else's
life.
If someone needs help, have them go to church or vote democrat.

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Date: 11 Feb 2009 02:10:21
From: A Man Beaten by Jacks
Subject: Re: ot:interesting discovery
On Tue, 10 Feb 2009 22:16:27 -0700, Joe Long <nospam@spam.com > wrote:

>For example, I'm a registered Republican and conservative/libertarian
>who not only supports real federalism, but strongly opposed the "War on
>Drugs" and the DEA apparatus. I believe that the criminalization of
>drugs and the efforts of the DEA have caused more harm to our society
>than drugs ever did.

And wtf exactly do you do about that? Pretty much nothing as far as I
can tell.

>If Obama doesn't make some effort to correct this, I will be
>disappointed as well.

Me too.

Federalism might cure the problem, as states seem to be continuing to
pass "medical marijuana" laws and/or to decriminalize the drug.


   
Date: 10 Feb 2009 11:17:35
From: da pickle
Subject: Re: ot:interesting discovery
"James L. Hankins"

> You know, Brew, that little thing called federalism and state's rights. I
> thought you wingnuts were all in favor of that. If California wants to
> legalize pot for medicinal purposes (or for any reason) why is it that the
> feds can swoop in and prosecute people who sell it? Rhetorical of course
> since the feds obviously *can* do such a thing, but is it good policy for
> them to do it?


I am all for federalism. I am also for decriminalization of much of our
"victimless" crimes.

I am quite in favor of states having the right to decide what to do.

Giving the federal government increasing power may have passed the point of
no return ... states may lose what little independence they have ... it is a
continuing road that points only one way.




  
Date: 09 Feb 2009 22:06:57
From: La Cosa Nostradamus
Subject: Re: ot:interesting discovery
On Feb 10 2009 12:44 AM, brewmaster wrote:

> On Feb 9 2009 8:43 PM, bo dark wrote:
>
> > http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28034925/
>
> Not surprising that MSNBC is onto this story. Guess what libs, your hero
> is NOT going to make smoking pot legal.



1 oz or less is 100 dollar fine MAX here <//////////# ~ ~



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Date: 09 Feb 2009 21:27:30
From: johnny_t
Subject: Re: ot:interesting discovery
bo dark wrote:
>
>
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28034925/
>
>

I love the picture. The lid was still in a baggie. LOL