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Submitted by John Aziz of Azizonomics

President Choomwagon

President Obama’s teenage gang called themselves the Choom Gang, choom being their slang word for marijuana. They developed a marijuana-oriented culture:

As a member of the Choom Gang, Barry Obama was known for starting a few pot-smoking trends. The first was called “TA,” short for “total absorption.” To place this in the physical and political context of another young man who would grow up to be president, TA was the antithesis of Bill Clinton’s claim that as a Rhodes scholar at Oxford he smoked dope but never inhaled.


Along with TA, Barry popularized the concept of “roof hits”: when they were chooming in the car all the windows had to be rolled up so no smoke blew out and went to waste; when the pot was gone, they tilted their heads back and sucked in the last bit of smoke from the ceiling.


When you were with Barry and his pals, if you exhaled precious pakalolo (Hawaiian slang for marijuana, meaning “numbing tobacco”) instead of absorbing it fully into your lungs, you were assessed a penalty and your turn was skipped the next time the joint came around.

They even called their Mystery-Machine-style VW van the Choomwagon:

I don’t have a problem with Obama — or anyone else — smoking dope. As far as I am concerned, consenting adults have the liberty to do whatever they like so long as they don’t hurt others, or take their liberty or property.

I don’t have a problem with Obama — or anyone else — defining themselves by smoking dope.

I have a problem with hypocrisy.

Not only did Obama use marijuana in his youth, he also used cocaine, and reportedly crack. Today around 400,000 Americans are jailed for non-violent drug related offenses. That’s 400,000 outside of the workforce who could be out working and producing, instead of burdening the taxpayer, who pays to create profits for well-connected corporations in the prison-industrial complex.

Put more simply, there are more black people in prison as a result of the drug war today than there were slaves in 1850.

What’s President Obama — as a black man and a drug user — doing about that? There are still thousands of people being arrested for nonviolent drug offenses who are facing life in prison.

President Obama’s signature  policy in this area has been the Fair Sentencing Act which reduced the previous 100:1 sentencing discrepancy between crack (predominantly used by blacks) and powder cocaine to 18:1, as well as eliminating the five-year mandatory minimum sentence for simple possession of crack cocaine. So now the courts will be 18 times tougher on urban blacks using crack than they are on Wall Street traders (etc) using powder cocaine? Am I supposed to think that that is better?

No. He is willing to keep jailing nonviolent citizens who did nothing more than ingest or possess a narcotic, and deny them their liberty. He is willing to enforce racist laws and policies that lock up and criminalise a disproportionately high number of minorities, at a huge cost to the taxpayer. He is willing to deny medical marijuana patients the medicine their doctors have prescribed. He is willing to maintain the drug laws and the drug war, that (lest we forget) are the thing that are empowering and enriching the Mexican drug smuggling cartels and urban criminal gangs, and creating huge violence and thousands of deaths throughout Latin America.

As Milton Friedman wrote:

If you look at the drug war from a purely economic point of view, the role of the government is to protect the drug cartel. That’s literally true.


There is no logical basis for the prohibition of marijuana. Our failure to successfully enforce these laws is responsible for the deaths of thousands of people in Colombia. I haven’t even included the harm to young people. It’s absolutely disgraceful to think of picking up a 22-year-old for smoking pot. More disgraceful is the denial of marijuana for medical purposes.

But the thing that tears me up most is the rank hypocrisy. President Obama is a hypocrite who won’t even fight to legalise nonviolent behaviour that he himself proudly and overtly practised. If only he hadn’t been so lucky; those unjust drug laws that he won’t fight to repeal would likely have prevented him from ever being President, and he might instead be on probation working at Footlocker.

A President with integrity or compassion would fight tooth and nail to end this. Ron Paul — who has never used illegal recreational drugs — has vowed that as President he will pardon nonviolent drug offenders, give them back their liberty, and the right to keep the fruits of their labour, and save taxpayers a $15 billion-per-year bundle of cash by ending the waste and destruction of the war on drugs. Drug abuse should be treated as a social-medical problem. The war on drugs is an economic drain and a threat to our liberty.


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Tue, 05/29/2012 - 09:54 | 2471394 Hondo
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Check with the ESF (Exchange Stabilization Fund).....there is no oversite of this fund by congress and helped fund all kinds of wars...drugs and otherwise.  The drug trade helps their situation...

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:00 | 2471419 slaughterer
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The USA is trapped in a gigantic CHOOMWAGON with Paul Krugman, Barry, The Bernanke, the Squid, the girls from the Dixey Chicks, and Snoop Doggy Dog.  Don't waste that precious fiat smoke or you lose your next toke!

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:07 | 2471445 FEDbuster
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The CHOOMWAGON is heading for the edge of the cliff that ends up in the shit abyss.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:13 | 2471484 redpill
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Penn Jillette said it in a slightly more concise and colorful manner:


"Do we believe, even for a second, that if Obama had been busted for marijuana -- under the laws that he condones -- would his life have been better? If Obama had been caught with the marijuana that he says he uses, and 'maybe a little blow'... if he had been busted under his laws, he would have done hard f*cking time. And if he had done time in prison, time in federal prison, time for his 'weed' and 'a little blow,' he would not be President of the United States of America. He would not have gone to his fancy-a** college, he would not have sold books that sold millions and millions of copies and made millions and millions of dollars, he would not have a beautiful, smart wife, he would not have a great job. He would have been in f*cking prison, and it's not a god damn joke. People who smoke marijuana must be set free. It is insane to lock people up."

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:26 | 2471531 Aziz
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WB7 doing Obama as a Footlocker employee in T-10...?

Also note to slaughterer: Snoop Dogg supports Dr. Paul. 

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 12:13 | 2472031 eatthebanksters
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I like Ron Paul and nothing against Snoop Dog, but I would not call that a ringing endorsement, although it is an interesting sign of the times...

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:08 | 2472294 lasvegaspersona
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the average American is libertarian...that in fact is the American way....the average American just does not know it...they think they are red or blue or something in between...check out    it has a quick little test with which you can see just where you are not only on the left right line but (more importantly) on the verticle axis which measures authortarian vs libertarian views. I have found the results often surprise people, especially the guy who says "I make Atilla the Hun seem liberal".

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 14:15 | 2472692 steelhead23
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I am not certain your assertion is correct.  However, I believe that the reason 3rd parties do not do well in America is not that they don't espouse positions in keeping with American sensibilities, it is that many erstwhile 3rd party voters become convinced that if so and so gets elected, America is certain to go to hell in a hurry.  Among Democrats, who may lean Green or Workers Party, the fear is that if Mitt Romney is elected, he would solidify elite rule by appointing 3 new Supreme Court Justices who would lean right.  I would assume similar memes are bandied about about Obama.  BTW - the Libertarian Party platform is not merely about personal freedom and liberty, it rejects collectivism in all forms, including Medicare and Social Security.  A tad extreme for my tastes.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 20:06 | 2473789 StychoKiller
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Such folk are letting their fear(s) trump their principles.

Wed, 05/30/2012 - 00:22 | 2474191 Bringin It
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Diebold used to make a cookie jar with no lid.  It's easy to fix.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 16:04 | 2473209 monad
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Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:25 | 2471538 mayhem_korner
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"his laws" - Indonesia or Kenya?

"fancy-a** college" - Vanna, can I get a transcript?

"beautiful, smart, wife..." - I thought he married Michelle

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:32 | 2471578 francis_sawyer
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Spot the beautiful, smart wife in the crowd...


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:44 | 2471637 The Alarmist
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That obviously is not the actual Choom-wagon pictured above. That one has a European license plate, and while it could still have theoretically been sitting in Hawaii with German plates, the very German-looking real estate sitting behind it is clearly not to be found in Hawaii.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:59 | 2471709 He_Who Carried ...
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Well spotted, Alarmist. Its just the usual amount of fabrication and innuendo at ZH.

Journalism is different. Still its entertaining from time to time.

Well: I have a problem with hypocrisy then stop trying to mislead, TD,

or move to Zimbabwe.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:07 | 2472295 MarsInScorpio
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Hey, He_Who Carried, what's with the false attribution in your post, "Well: I have a problem with hypocrisy then stop trying to mislead, TD . . ."


Did it escape your notice that this is a Guest Post, "Submitted by John Aziz of Azizonomics?"


As such, why are you dissing on Tyler?


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 22:37 | 2474043 He_Who Carried ...
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Because he puts it up.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:20 | 2472396 lasvegaspersona
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he who

who says Barry wasn't coming up from Kenya in this VW and just stopped in Germany on his way to Pakistan or Indonesia?

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 22:37 | 2474046 He_Who Carried ...
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Tue, 05/29/2012 - 20:08 | 2473796 StychoKiller
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Hmm, and those are yer real boobs, yes?

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 22:38 | 2474050 He_Who Carried ...
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You willnevva know, boy,

but real they are... ;-)

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:08 | 2471730 Manthong
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@Francis.. Nice pic of The First Klingon... spouse of the Stoner-In-Chief


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 18:28 | 2473622 prodigious_idea
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Linking to a blog with nothing but one racist rant.  What intellect.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:52 | 2471679 F. Bastiat
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You forgot to mention the "sons" he's always talking about. The guy's a brain-damaged sociopath, at best.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 20:10 | 2473803 StychoKiller
Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:51 | 2471923 dugorama
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yeah, great.  first you wasted our time worrying about his birth certificate, now you want to distract us with a transcript search.  puh-leeze.  focus on what matters, not BS like this

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:54 | 2472566 MarsInScorpio
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Dugorama, do you feel that finding out if POTUS is a serial felon who should be indicted, and will be convicted, is "what matters?"


The issue with the transcripts is not about grades - although many will no doubt get off on that.


No, it is about the issue of whether Obama received federal funds by defrauding schools to which he represented he was a foreign exchange student, born in Kenya. If he did, then he is liable for the criminal penalties.


The problem Obama faces is how to explain the 16-years that he represented himself as Kenyan-born through his literary agent, and throughout his political career through his campaign materials, public statements, and news reports about his campaigns for the IL State Senate, and the US Senate, up to April, 2007, two months after he decided to run for president.


At that point, he suddenly became an American citizen, born in Hawaii - the story you hear today from him and his apologists.


So if you don't consider whether he is a serial felon, "what matters," then certainly I respect that for your life.


However, I do consider that the issue of who will be POTUS matters critically, because it affects matters ranging from fiscal policy to foreign affairs, to civil peace and economic prosperity (or the lack thereof any of those).


Many people have a major issue - and so to them it is "what matters" - to think that Obama could go 16 years lying about where he was born. How psycho do you have to be to do that? And do you really want someone that psycho as POTUS?


But then, maybe he wasn't lying during those 16 years. Maybe he is lying now about being a US citizen. Maybe the truth is that there is no long-form birth certificate just as the governor of Hawaii - and hardcore Obama supporter - told the world after he went to the Department of Health and couldn't find the long form certificate on file.


The long-form certificate you see now was produced after The Donald pressed hard on the issue - then suddenly - there it is.


Only it isn't the one from the microfilm. No, it is a PDF that many, many PDF engineering experts have pronounced as a forgery. Just as his draft registration card has been shown to be a forgery, and then there is the messy question of how he got a CN SSN living in Hawaii. These questions are all being investigated in the state of Arizona, because the legitimacy of the Office of POTUS is "what matters" to the rule of law in America.


So I guess "what matters" depends on what matters to any of us as individuals. I read ZH and watch one example after another of the total corruption of the US financial world. It is not a republic that we inhabit, it is a kleptocracy. It is littered with kleptocrats who steal anything they want - Corzine comes immediately to mind - and absolutely nothing happens to them.


To many of us the preservation of America is "what matters" - and it matters greatly.


So circle back up to the beginning of this missive, and rediscover for yourself "what matters" to the few remaining honest, decent, people, left in the US.


Because while I know in my heart Obama was born in Kenya - no one goes 16 years misstating where he or she is born throughout their professional and political career - or else he did do that so he could steal federal money just like his mother did with her welfare payments - knowing the truth about the POTUS is "what matters" greatly.


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:29 | 2471568 BeetleBailey
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Good post Redpill...

Gillette tells it like it is....and the point he makes is lost on 99.5% of Americans.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:49 | 2471913 Freddie
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I heard Penn on the radio>  I think it was Hannity and I generally don't listen to Hannity.  Penn is a libertarian. I think he said he has never smoked anything or drank any alcohol.  I doubt he even had sugar soft drinks.

Penn is 100% correct. 

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:42 | 2471627 SeattleBruce
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"The CHOOMWAGON is heading for the edge of the cliff that ends up in the shit abyss."

The problem with legalizing drugs is the same problem the US has with obesity.  We don't have the discipline in this nation to handle it.  Perhaps if we as a society showed even a little self control, I'd believe we could handle legalizing additional harder substances like cocaine and crack, even weed.  Til then, time to hunker down and impute purpose into people's lives that would not include getting trashed and stoned on every occasion.  Somehow, I don't think the massive drug parks in Amsterdam are a vision for the future, as much as the ultra-vigilent drug war isn't either.  Somewhere, there is a happy medium.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:09 | 2471741's picture

War on Ding Dongs!

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:34 | 2471840 Abitdodgie
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I always eat too much when I am stoned.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 12:57 | 2472256 bigerny
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I's high times we take up the holy war on alcohol.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:21 | 2471785 Ropingdown
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"Harder substances like cocaine and crack, and even weed."  Even weed?  You think legalizing crack should come before weed?  I think weed should be legalized.  I think crack never never ever should be.  Maybe you typed in a hurry?

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 16:29 | 2473263 monad
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Legalize crack. Legalize everything, get the government out of the babysitting business and the pharmanopoly. What will happen is: the crack heads will continue to do what they are doing, and the smart kids & mommies will continue to avoid them as they do now. The difference will be that we won't be paying billions every years for the illusion that something "good" is being done, and for the unconstitutional imprisonment of Americans. Criminals will go out of business, this business will return to Americans, the consistent quality of recreational drugs will skyrocket and the economy will stabilize despite government meddling. The international drug syndicates will lose their state sponsored monopoly and the slaughter in Mexico will end. Cops will keep busting people who commit crimes against other people

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 20:15 | 2473819 StychoKiller
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But, but...the police need an excuse to seize yer property!  After all, Armored Personnel Carriers don't come cheap!

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 21:44 | 2473972 monad
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Police states are small change. We have a moon base to build and a mars colony to squat. A new life awaits you in the off-world colonies... 

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 12:16 | 2472052 eatthebanksters
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Who gives a shit...if people want to eat themselves into the grave or smoke themsleves into oblivion then let them...just make sure society doesn't bear the burden of healthcare costs for their lack of discipline.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:09 | 2472316 grgy
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@SeattleBruce, perhaps we can start with decriminalizing simple possession of drugs.  That would significantly  reduce prison populations, free up policing, reduce pressure on the law courts, and save a ton of money in the process.  Alas, there are just too many powerful interests who benefit from maintaining the status quo.  Until the sheeple wake up and vote for someone like Ron Paul, nothing will change.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:36 | 2472483 lasvegaspersona
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You are missing the point of these laws...they give the police the incentive and the 'need' to do endless stops and searches....what would they do without these laws?...go back to running the radar trap rackets?...

Ulimately police work is mostly unneeded, my last few burglaries were handled predominantly  by my insurance agent...

I am incensed that cops ask for permission to do a search of my vehicle....the very entity that supposedly protcets my rights (against search and seizure) is now telling us that they want to do that...many folks, wanting to be good citizens, say sure go ahead and search, I got nuttin to hide...I tell them that they cannot, unless they have a warrant. My kids have all been trained to do the same.

Bill Clinton and his 'Crime Bill' are the things that made me aware...the cops....are not the good guys we want them to be...they are just another political party (together with prison guards) who urge expansion of our intrusive laws...just to keep themselves employed. It is shameful. I know there are many great cops, I just do not hear their voices speaking out against unconstitutional intrusions on our privacy and 'papers'.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:34 | 2471837 HungrySeagull
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The Choomie has no brakes, all the money available went up in smoke.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:34 | 2472473 lemonobrien
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I got my money on my mind, and my mind on my money; laaaayed back... smok'n indo, sipp'n on gin an juice.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:05 | 2471441 FEDbuster
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War on Drugs

War on Terror

War on Obesity

War on Tobacco

War on .......

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:21 | 2471523 DaveyJones
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war on war

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:48 | 2471650 The Alarmist
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Nah, we're ok with wars. We have at least 5 hot ones and a bunch of figurative ones going on right now.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:24 | 2471534 Woodyg
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War on State Legalized Medical Marijuana.

The Oilybomber had said he supported Medical use of ganja then has busted hundreds of people who have legal growing cards in their individual states.

He may be a Hypocrite but Sociopath is a more accurate term for his character.

See Jo further than his personally choosing and ok'ing the 'hit list' fo the drone attacks etc.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:08 | 2471737 Mach1513
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All pols are sociopaths. Do you think Mittens will be any different?

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:26 | 2471798 jeff montanye
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no but obama's defeat will be a personal punishment for him, as romney's subsequent one will be for him.  throw the rascals out is the only choice on offer.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:41 | 2471877 hardcleareye
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Right.......  and just how does the nation controlled by the TPTB do that???????? 

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 12:25 | 2472102 Harbanger
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Same way they did in the 2010 elections. 

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 12:45 | 2472198 Harbanger
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War on Liberty is the only War they've won.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 14:32 | 2472777 AnAnonymous
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War on Drugs

Best thing about drugs is they have existed for a long time.

Yet something has changed along the path to lead to such a destruction of social fabric.

And that newly introduced thing is US citizenism.

It is not even technological progress, mass production or diversion like that.

In the amazonian jungle, a tribe used drugs for millenia. Once they got acculturated by US citizenism, they got destroyed.

Same drugs, same level of production, same, same. Save US citizenism.

It is funny to see the plagues US citizenism has brought on humanity, how successful US citizens were in developing certain seeds.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 12:11 | 2472027 eatthebanksters
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You've got it all wrong...Barry is raiding dispenseries and shutting down any drug market declared legitimate by the states (funny, he is all for the states deciding about gay marriage but not drug legalization...) under the guise of federal laws.  What is really all about is future profits for Big Pharma.  Big Pharma is worried that if any of the little guys establish a lasting market presence (or brand) that when the time comes and pot is legalized it will be much more difficult for Big Pharma to break into a hugely profitable market.  They give big donations to the President so he protects their present and FUTURE interests.  Barry is a winner...he always has been...just look at his record.  Big Pharma and Big Banks love the guy!

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:08 | 2472302 The Alarmist
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They can't sell you their very expensive trademarked mind-altering drugs if they are being undercut by street dealers selling weed, etc.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 09:57 | 2471395 LawsofPhysics
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Psst.  Letting all those non-violent drug offenders out of prison will only make the unemployment numbers worse.  Can't have that before any election now can we?  Besides, the labor is even cheaper when you employ a chain gang.  Just like everything else, the funds you mention and the "laws" are about one thing and one thing only - power and control

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:28 | 2471546 Woodyg
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Prison Labor - another Chinese policy corporate America (along with the Oilybomber) wants to emulate.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 09:56 | 2471401 edwardo1
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Hypocricy is universal. Having said that no right thinking individual, and there are so many that aren't in their right minds regarding Obama, should deplore Barry O and his despicable Presidency. I marvel at all the self loving Hollywood tools like Clooney, and Penn that

treat the POTUS with the most undeserved reverence one can imagine. A pox on all your houses.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 09:57 | 2471402 Dull Which
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Nice splitty

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 09:58 | 2471408 Arnold Ziffel
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Radioactive bluefin tuna crossed the Pacific to US(AP)

Didn't their Prime Minister say, ""But it's only a tiny leak?"

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:39 | 2471614 DaveyJones
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goin fission

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:07 | 2471729 Ricky Bobby
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LOL  Should be in the ZH Hall of Fame

Wed, 05/30/2012 - 00:55 | 2474248 Bringin It
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About the radiation.  No worries, because they said over and over again radiation from Fuka-FuckUp-Shima would never reach CA.  Debris was not even going to reach CA.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:27 | 2471793 BLACK_DOG
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Radioactive Tuna, I new her in High School!

or was that a Rock band?

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:30 | 2471823 jimijon
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Could give new life to that great band Hot Tuna !


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:28 | 2471809 hardcleareye
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This was predicted by a group of UK researchers 2 months after Fukushima...  the link to the study was posted on ZH. 

Soon we will start to see a gradual rise in the death rate of the Japanese population, (if the data is accurately published).

Compound that with a gradual population decline since the mid 1970. 

Then add a few other culture quirks... like, ‘‘moto ni nodouru’’, pregnant women should only eat food which is grown in Japanese soil.......

And of course the government is saying all is well........... no soil contamination.... 

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 09:58 | 2471409 Joe The Plumber
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The president also promised to shut down guantanimo but now claims the right to kill americans without trial

And people wonder why I think he is the biggest catatstrophe to befall the nation, except for shrub

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:21 | 2471517 LetThemEatRand
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I voted for the guy even though I was pretty sure his promises were bullshit.  How could a black guy who grew up in a modest household be part of the same machine as the last several Presidents?  Sure, he won't be perfect and he may not succeed with changing much of the status quo, but he'll try, right?  At least he won't start any new wars, right? At least he won't seek to strengthen the Patriot Act even more, right?   Ha.  Joke's on me and all of us who gave him a shot.  I stayed away from Hillary because I figured she was 100% certain to carry on the oligarch agenda as her husband did.  McCain was obviously part of the machine.   Anyone who still supports O is a complete hypocrite.    Anyone who believes in our two party system is either in denial or wilfully ignorant.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:25 | 2471545 risk-reward
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I hate to admit that I am in the same boat.  What a disaster this entire "governing" process has become.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:30 | 2471574 Sauk Leader
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Well what did you have to go on. The life that he had made up and not even a little pressure from the MSM to release any info that he keeps guarded with a team of lawyers. All of the "facts" about his life came from his own mouth. He preached for "change" but nobody asked for specifics. He supposedly taught constitutional law you know, what bullshit.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:41 | 2471620 DaveyJones
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every" leader" will get progressively worse and progressively controlled until this place blows

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:05 | 2472271 Freddie
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LOL! Hilarious.  This site is filled with a lot of f**ks who voted for Hope & Change.  Anyone that dumb prolly bought Facebook at the IPO.   Not that McCain was much better but the islamic was worse.

If he had a son - he would look like the gay zombie flesh eater in miami.

Hope & Change

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 16:16 | 2473252 phyuckyiu
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I thought he sounded quite sincere and it probably took some effort to share some of his personal insights on how he thought when he voted. He certainly didn't deserve to be called a fuck. Unlike you Freddie, who just spouts Republican hatred, and still believes in the joke that is the two party system. Your photo isn't exactly a ringing endorsement for the Republican IQ brigade.

Wed, 05/30/2012 - 00:00 | 2474165 TBT or not TBT
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This tool, who peppers speeches with I, me, my, at a rate that an 8th grade speach teacher would fail, was going to "stop the ocean's rising".   Right of of his mouth on national TV.

Anyone who voted for such an obvious sham is(or at least was) a fool.    McCain was obviously a better choice, not that he was a great choice, than the explicitly anti-american Obama.   This drug use stuff was right there in in the accomplishment free asshole's TWO auto-biographies published before we was even a serious presidential candidate, back when we has an accomplishment free junior senator, or state legislator(voting "present" hundreds of times).  

Wed, 05/30/2012 - 01:08 | 2474259 prodigious_idea
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I won't comment on your vote for Palin.  But name-calling . . .

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:50 | 2471624 prodigious_idea
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Me too.  And when the delayed/broken promises started I began writing the POTUS.  Crickets.  What a gullible fuck I am (was?).  Ironic thing is at least the Bush administration responded to my correspondence.  Forget electable, it's RP and whoever comes after that fashions him/herself after RP from here on.  Regrets for the rest of my life at mis-cast votes.

But to the topic of legalization - decriminalize/legalize pot.  Tax the fuck out of it.  Nobody will complain given the alternative.  It would crush southern border gun/drug sales.  My analysis shows that most states would have a significant improvement to their budgets if they stopped spending on enforcement/prosecution/incarceration and instead had countless new thriving tax-paying businesses.  A true growth industry.  And doesn't the FBI have something better to do with their time?

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:14 | 2471766's picture

Levying taxes on freedom is like fucking for virginity.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:27 | 2471805 Ropingdown
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Virgins?  What virgins? 

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 15:33 | 2473061 BooMushroom
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Lefties think promoting freedom = rayciss. The "hey, the cops shouldn't be allowed to shoot your dog and throw you on the floor at gunpoint because someone said they saw you with a joint" argument won't work, try something else.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:42 | 2471830 V in PA
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Don't think for a minute that they would somehow cut spending or slash other taxes, if they could 'tax the fuck out of' marijuana. They additional revenue would be (over)spent and borrowed against. And because it is taxed you would NOT be able to grow it yourself. It would have to be highly regulated and sold only by a handful of politically connected companies. Nothing would change.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 12:57 | 2472255 Confused
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 It would crush southern border gun/drug sales.


How will the government sell illegal guns?


Wed, 05/30/2012 - 00:11 | 2474172 TBT or not TBT
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Most of the full auto AR pattern rifles found in circulation south of the border were sold first to the mexican government as M-series military rifles such as the M-16 and M-4, under contract.  

Yeah, the mexican government, federal, state and local, bleeds weapons continuously.    AK pattern rifles are awash on this planet.   Cheaper and easier to make than US issue weapons, and super reliable.   No need to get them EXPENSIVELY via individual sales in the U.S. resold at great personal risk for smuggling acoss the border when cheap reliable AK's can be had in mint condition at much lower prices.

So the Obama/Holder attempt to show that US semi-auto gun sales are causing mayhem in Mexico, by forcing gun stores to sell to suspected trafficers against the gun stores' will, are a PROPAGANDA EFFORT AIMED AT AMERICANS.   They could give a shit about Mexico, and they'd be right to say that the few thousand guns they subsidized across the border were a drop in the ocean in Mexico.    There are a lot of other guns over there, a lot of them sold legally under licenses granted by the U.S. govt, which the corrupt Mexican governement lost.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:51 | 2471669 F. Bastiat
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There's only the "yin" of the collectivist left and the "yang" less collectivist non-left.  Two "parties", any way you slice it.   It's the way of the world, for better or worse.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:52 | 2471675 crawldaddy
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i agree, but given the 300 million plus people, the other party has managed to somhow find the one person worse than the president to run against him. I'd vote for paul, but no way Iam going to vote for Bain boy.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 20:26 | 2473851 StychoKiller
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Most states allow write-in candidates...

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:12 | 2471756 tarsubil
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Takes a big man to admit to the truth and being wrong like that. I fell for good ole "country boy" Bush II's BS persona too. Makes you wonder how long they can get away with stabbing everyone in the back. Like another poster said, there is no plan for a solution, they are just planning to make more time so they can grab more loot.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:29 | 2471816 Ropingdown
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They're actually doing a pretty good job...once you realize what they think their job is.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:17 | 2471773 mayhem_korner
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@ Rand


The guy had red flags all around (opacity is a glaring red flag, especially when it comes to heritage, higher education transcripts, the number of times one votes "present," etc., etc.).  His associations alone were pretty indicative that he has turned out to be exactly what (many) expected him to be.

Forearmed is forewarned.  Indeed.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 14:35 | 2472789 AnAnonymous
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The very idea that a negro could be allowed in the US to bring in drastic changes to the US citizen style of life has to be one of those serious miscalculations US citizens have the secret.

On the contrary, and how his presidency was valuable, the negro in the oval office has proven that one negro could be your typical US citizen president.

And apparently, this outcome is the most disturbing to US citizens at large.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 20:22 | 2473838 StychoKiller
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You allowed yer cynicism to override yer principles.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:53 | 2471685 F. Bastiat
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It's certainly been a race to the bottom over the past 12 years.  While I'm not a huge Mitt fan, he's at least proven to be competent.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 09:59 | 2471411 insanelysane
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I love hypocrisy.  Like when they say that getting a voter id card is too costly and burdensome for people but then the same government has a law requiring every person to purchase health insurance which somehow isn't costly or burdensome.  And don't health insurance people give you an id card?

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 09:58 | 2471412 Sudden Debt
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Alcohol is actually a hard drugs.

Sigarets are also in the drug section.

And yet everybody who uses them and or uses them into extreme, does so at his her own risk.

I like to drink, I like to smoke and yeah when the occasion is right a line is fun.

But know your limits!

Don't drink to much, don't smoke to much and don't do to much drugs!


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:35 | 2471595 SeattleBruce
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"Don't drink to much, don't smoke to much and don't do to much drugs!"

And no that the drugs r reely good for heping with speling!! (sic)

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:44 | 2471642 Lednbrass
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I bet he speaks your language a helluva lot better than you do his. Yeah, sometimes he may use a literal spelling or make an error but I bet you would be completely screwed trying to communicate with Sudden in his native tongue.

Grammar cops are pedantic assholes.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:19 | 2471775's picture

Encouraging the use of proper grammar is fine. It's all about how you handle it.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 14:36 | 2472795 AnAnonymous
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There is nothing like proper grammar in english.

Save for centralization lovers. Which happen to be the case of US citizens.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 12:48 | 2472211 prodigious_idea
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You were doing fine until you started name-calling.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 12:49 | 2472220 Miffed Microbio...
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I give foreigners a lot of latitude. They have been very kind to me when I have travelled in their native lands and brutally butchered their language. Americans, however, should be corrected. How else are you going to learn? Better here then on a resume. Of course I'm old school maybe those things don't matter any more.


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:49 | 2471661 Terminus C
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Why don't you type your response out in French/Dutch (his native language) and see how good your spelling is.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:21 | 2471780's picture


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:42 | 2471625 Waterfallsparkles
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You forgot Coffee and Coke a Cola.  Both have Cafene another Drug.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:57 | 2471698 A Lunatic
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He also forgot Hopium and Changeium...........gotta watch the hangover though, it's a real bitch.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:10 | 2472327 The Alarmist
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Three-year hangover that just keeps on giving.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:57 | 2471671 boiltherich
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I agree, and would add that I think it is absurd in the extreme for the government to classify testosterone as a schedule III controlled substance.  You can get it from a doctor by prescription but many refuse to write a scrip for it because of fears of liability because of it's status, and because it is a controlled substance the tests they order to justify it's use are prohibitively expensive.  It is cheaper and easier to get it illegally from the trunk of some guys car and use it in an uncontrolled uninformed way than to go to a doctor, even if half of what is sold on the black market is horse pee.

Any drug or substance can be misused, to the point of self destruction even, and there SHOULD be effective help out there for those that need it when they do go down the abuse path, I know personally because I have a sister I have not seen or spoken to in years because of her addiction to meth.  It is heartbreaking to see someone destroy their life with drugs, but even that does not justify a war on your own people. 

As to hypocrisy, all adults are subject to it on occassion, the do as I say not as I do syndrome of being a grown up.  And the higher you are up the ladder of power the more intensely you are subjected to it.  But the claim that Obama is somehow more a hypocrite than others because he used to smoke weed in his youth is about as contrived a reason to post as anything I have yet read at ZH, if he were enforcing anti weed laws while smoking a fatty I would say that was hypocritical of him, just as it was hypocritical for Hoover to serve bourbon at White House parties during prohibition.  But to accuse someone of hypocrisy because their JOB is to enforce our laws and one of the laws CONGRESS has made is that pot is illegal, though the president used to smoke it long ago, that is just an excuse to bash Obama.  Hey, I did not vote for the guy, but Obama does not make our laws, congress does, you want to point out the hypocrisy of government point out the names of those that MAKE marijuana illegal in congress who smoke or used to smoke.  Then I will agree.  Till then I am an adult that will make up his own political mind about what is and is not hypocritical.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:06 | 2471721 boiltherich
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Perhaps some here would like the president to have the power to decide which laws he wishes to enforce and skip the ones he doesn't.  At this point our CONGRESS maintains those laws on the books and I am really uncomfortable with the concept of the executive cherry-picking what laws he likes or will not enforce.  It will be hard if not imposssible at this point to get a president that never smoked a J, and the few people out there we all went to school with, the ones that were holier than thou, the ones with a stick up their asses who never even tried the stuff, as for me I do not want such an anal douchebag for president.  In fact the president SHOULD enforce the drug laws to the maximum extent possible no matter the expense, and when half the population are in jail maybe congress will finally get the message and repeal prohibitions of all sorts.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:23 | 2471792's picture

There's rule of law and there's rule of law. I'd make Corzine a priority.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:22 | 2472407 Oldwood
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Then those people should be pleased with Obama as he is obviously enforcing only those laws he sees as desirable such as defense of marriage act and most immigration laws, not to mention his flagrant denial of court judgements against his direct actions on drilling and dismissal of bankruptcy law with regard to the automakers. The executive order president (EOPOTUS).

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:51 | 2472529 New World Chaos
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When the laws are written by corrupt oligarchs, ANYONE with a conscience should be on the lookout for laws not to enforce.  From the president all the way down to the local vice cop.  This is why the oligarchs carefully choose such people to have no conscience- so that they can make an infinite pile of laws and selectively enforce them against the honest and uppity, while hiding behind the law themselves.

If all laws were enforced, everyone would be in jail.  Read "Three felonies a day".  That's how many you commit without even knowing.  Do you really want the president to ruin hundreds of millions of lives just to prove a point?  Most politicians would gladly do this for their puppetmasters, and continually seek the mandate to do it (false flags, CIA drug smuggling, etc.) 

Evil is still evil even if some pieces of paper give you a license to do it and call it a "duty".  The moral duty to detect and resist evil still rests with individuals.  If you become a puppet of the all-consuming paper-Beast, you lose your soul.  I think the drug war will be seen as one of the great evils of history.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 09:59 | 2471414 Robot Traders Mom
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One political donor alone (Wachovia) laundered $378 BILLION alone. There is a reason the US media doesn't report on things like this...


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 09:59 | 2471415 Flakmeister
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Just like Oxycontin addicts lecturing us on the "dangers of drug abusing fiends" and how they should be in prison....

Same old, same old.... now just move along....

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:56 | 2471663 DaveyJones
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but it gets better. The drug's maker (and its human executives) were caught hiding the (significant) dangers of the drug. They got caught and charged by US Attys. And yes, you can buy justice. The corporation (and the executives) paid lots of dollars and the humans got a deferred misdemeanor (no jail).

kinda sums the drug war up

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:00 | 2471418 spentCartridge
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Roll another one.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:00 | 2471421 nmewn
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Smokin choom, gettin the munchies, snacking on dog meat...ahhh the memories of youth ;-)

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:08 | 2471736 A Lunatic
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He outgrew all of it's time to be responsible........ god's work;  destroying economies, burning the Constitution, death by drone, promoting class, gender, racial division..........boring, but necessary, stuff like that.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:01 | 2471426 slaughterer
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OT, but FB about to drop into the $20s.  Lets ring the bell here at ZH once it drops there. 

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:02 | 2471428 Inspector Bird
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I'm totally on board with the hypocrisy commentary.  But I have another gripe with this whole issue, too.  PR and 'sending a message'.  As the father of 2 sons in their teen years, I'm not spending time scaring them with "dope stories" about how it can kill you.  My parents tried it and it didn't work - so it won't work with kids who are better informed today.

However, I do spend time discussing with them exactly why I no longer smoke, and have substantially reduced my alcohol intake.  I never tried any other drugs, never saw the need to, and while I won't spend time scaring my kids off of trying those, either - I would appreciate if the president of our country didn't talk about "doing a little blow". 

Kids take messages from the leaders they see - and while I completely agree with Charles Barkely's "I'm not a role model, parents are role models" comment, it's worth remembering that as a public figure, some people are capable of sending powerful messages whether they intend to or not.

This president has sent all the wrong messages, from economics, to politics, to personal behavior, to our kids.  He's hoping his "cool" factor will help him in his attempts to brainwash them into believing the state can cure all ills with his fascist approach to managing things.

Hypocrisy is a huge problem with this president.  Massive.  But kids don't care about hypocrisy.  The immortal teen years are rife with hypocritical behaviors and beliefs, all of which get slowly sorted out over time.  Sometimes that hypocrisy grows (as in the case of most politicians such as Obama), but for some it diminishes (as in the case of most Libertarians).  I'm finding Obama increasingly problematic, and while the 'other option' of Romney is no winning improvement, I am much more comfortable with Romney than Obama.  It won't matter a hill of beans which one the sheeple vote in, to be honest, but Romney is at least somewhat more tolerable in certain respects.  Obama is no longer tolerable.  It is time for him to go.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:16 | 2471494 ITrustMyGut
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the current joker is merely bush3, romney will be bush4.. not a hill o beans diff.. none.


its the system.. not the puppets! 


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:23 | 2471525 mayhem_korner
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it's not the puppets nor the's the sheeple who enable the system that coronates the puppets.  If you think the system is broken, and everyone else thought like you, the system would cease to be. 

The root of the problem is the weak-minded, comformity mob.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:09 | 2471739 michelp
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"it's not the puppets nor the's the sheeple who enable the system that coronates the puppets."

It's Diebold's fault.


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:08 | 2472305 prodigious_idea
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Too simple of an explanation.  "We" brought this on ourselves.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:10 | 2472322 mayhem_korner
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Occam's razor

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:13 | 2472343 The Alarmist
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Blaming Diebold is like blaming the syringe for a heroin overdose.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:21 | 2471519 BeetleBailey
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Well said Inspector.

If this were any other President, his past would be a "concern" to the media, and you'd see all sorts of who-shot-John as to the medical issues and "wrongs" of marijuana.

Bush? He'd get pilliored (and I am no fan of that asshole)

Obama is a joke. Period.

I concur. Romney is not much of an improvement (hashed out all over the place on this fine forum), but at least his biggest childhood problem was pulling pranks.

I find the shills and sheeple out herer "for" Obama intolerable/totaly clueless/takers/on the dole.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:33 | 2471587 BobPaulson
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You seem to be implying here that Bush didn't do drugs. Where have you been?

If you are still stuck on the GOP/DEM childish dualism then clearly you opted for the blue pill.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:12 | 2471759 boiltherich
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Gay bashing is OK because it was just a prank he pulled?  You are a piece of work Beetle.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:14 | 2472348 prodigious_idea
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"I find the shills and sheeple out herer "for" Obama intolerable/totaly clueless/takers/on the dole."

I don't criticize those who vote their interests just because they are different from mine.  If I were a gay black man I would probably choose Obama over the other candidates.  Seek first to understand, then to be understood.  Political awakening takes many forms. 

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:49 | 2471660 SeattleBruce
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"The immortal teen years are rife with hypocritical behaviors and beliefs"

Good point - what we have here is a Teenager in Chief...great...also, I don't think there's anything wrong with scaring your kids with a bit of realiy - have them watch people losing their teeth and hair on Intervention - it's pretty eye opening, don't ya think?  And that show also discusses alcohol, glue, food, etc.; any number of addictions that cause massive problems for the addicts and everyone in the addicts' families.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:54 | 2471690 DaveyJones
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"teenager in chief"    .... nice

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 14:40 | 2472819 malek
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 But kids don't care about hypocrisy.

I don't subscribe to that general view.
If anything, kids have learned to not care because they have experienced their parents and other role models to be hypocrites, and noone calling them out on it.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:02 | 2471429 Jayda1850
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i was upset with this hypocrisy too, but then i smoked a blunt and just said fuck it. I`m gonna keep smoking until the secret police come and round my ass up.


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:03 | 2471432 Urban Roman
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... maybe WB7 can do something with this image ...

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:04 | 2471435 BobPaulson
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They're all hypocrites, Obama is pretty average on this one.

George Washington had a post about the War With Drugs the other day. Couldn't agree more.

The main problem is that drugs are such a profitable tool for mind control, criminalizing the poor, getting cash to the secret police to circumvent congress and influence other countries that governments simply can't seem to forego the opportunity.

They learned from the prohibition of alcohol how you can create a vast criminal/spy network if there is a profit lever, and selling arms just doesn't have the same ease as drugs. After WWII the mighty US mob network was dispatched to Europe to gain control, starting in Italy then setting up the French Connection.

Time after time journalists try to out this practice but frankly it is ignored. Today the massive drug/weapon/terror merry go round is in Mexico. A nice convenient stew pot to recycle cash and create a tool for taxing the poor in the US.

If you read spanish, I highly recommend this book:

It's a comic book type parody called Drug Dealing for Dummies, basically.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 14:42 | 2472822 AnAnonymous
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The relationship US citizen upkeep between what they have pushed forward so much, free will and products that are known to deprive from and destroy free will is very interesting.

Drugs are millenia old. A lot of societies used them.

None of these societies swooped so low as US citizens when it comes to the destruction of human lifes through uses of drugs.

Once again, US citizens rise above everyone else and by far.

It is funny to consider that it comes in the same time as the worshipping of the so called and fuzzy concept of free will.

As if US citizens could only thrive by destroying what they are supposed to protect.

Such is the eternal nature of US citizenism.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:05 | 2471437 Normalcy Bias
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would likely have prevented him from ever being President, and he might instead be on probation working at Footlocker.

Dear God, if only...

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:24 | 2471535 Bob
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Happy thought indeed. 

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 15:26 | 2473033 Miffed Microbio...
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Me too. Unfortunately I think dealing with politicians is like dealing with squirrels on our little farm. Shoot one and another one quickly takes it's place. They reproduce through Spontaneous Generation. I could say something else but the drones would come. Our only hope is RP.


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:05 | 2471440 loveyajimbo
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I think Geithner and Holder are taking a few bongs lately too...

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:05 | 2471442 SmoothCoolSmoke
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More jails, bigger war machine, less help for the poor.  Nice path we're on.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:07 | 2471446 Bansters-in-my-...
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Speaking of smoke....

Is that Barry giving the orders to spay chemical smoke (chemtrails) on me daily...???

I would love to blow that chemtrails up his ass ,with his mouth taped shut.

FUCK YOU's Chemtrail sprayers.....

Fuck yous and die.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:53 | 2471936 Abitdodgie
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I live in North Dakota when the farmers were planting we got chemtrailed every day for about a month , they say it is to cool the planet by reflecting the sun so why spray it for a month over planting time. They will be back in August/Sept time for harvest , I guess i am just a crazy con/theorist.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 15:15 | 2472994 IrritableBowels
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They've been spraying like MUTHERS out here in SE MT lately. Have some cellphone pics.  Shit looks like a checkerboard.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:09 | 2471449 Toolshed
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For crying out loud.......get it right.

"pakalolo (Hawaiian slang for marijuana, meaning “numbing tobacco”)"

Pakalolo actually means crazy weed. The locals use the word lolo regularly. For example- " Hey lolo or what?" or " Wow braddah , that haole is one lolo buggah."


Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:51 | 2472556 MayIMommaDogFac...
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Thank you for that.  Someone had to set it straight. 

Numbing tobacco, indeed.  Fucking haole!

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:10 | 2471453 williambanzai7
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Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:27 | 2471556 wherewasi
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Maybe President 'Buzz' is finally onto something, here.  Best to avoid the Green-shit, though.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 11:09 | 2471731 roadhazard
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They give pot a bad name. What a waste of smoke.

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 13:16 | 2472373 Jethro
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Please WillamBanai7, photoshop the Presidential Seal on the front of that VW bus. 

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:10 | 2471458 mayhem_korner
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Was drug possession/use a crime in Indonesia?

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:10 | 2471459 Towhog
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I want a ride in Choomwagon One

Tue, 05/29/2012 - 10:13 | 2471460 boiltherich
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I agree that hypocrisy is a bad thing, and I agree that government has no business making criminals out of ordinary citizens and waging war on us for ingesting substances they don't want us to, be that pot or steroids, or just about anything else, but if hypocrisy is where you draw the line then you have a far more target rich environment taking pot shots at the right than to abuse Obama for it.  That fat law and order drug addict Rush to start with, or the sanctity of marriage Newt.  I do not recall George BushCo's years in office being marked by protests over this very same matter though he is known to have been high on coke and weed and liquor for years on end. 

I think it is hypocritical to suddenly get uptight about political hypocrisy when it is a democrat doing it when you have more and better targets elsewhere. 

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