US Marijuana Party

Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Welcome to the Club, President Bush!!

I love this line
(As if the fact that it was a private conversation not meant for public consumption excuses it.)

In response, the White House said: "The governor was having casual conversations with someone he believed was his friend."

Well, you know those times the casual cannabis consumer was talking to their dealer about a quarter bag and you had the lines tapped?

See they thought they were talking to a "friend" too and their conversation was not meant for public consumption either.

And let's not forget Webster Alexander, 50 kids in North Carolina and 21 kids in Palm Beach, Florida thought they were talking to their "friends" too.

So lets see...if you will forget about our little skeletons then we will forget about yours.

Deal President Bush?

See...the snitch society you have created has turned and bit you in the ass. Now you know what it feels like to be one of the people you persecute.

Welcome to the club!


  • Hello Loretta,

    Never mind the nasty posts over on the Olgivy topic, I like your Blog and I do not think it is boring.

    Now onto this topic:

    It would be nice if the revelations of a "Pot Smoking G. W. Bush" were really a sort of "trial ballon" to see how the public would respond to the Republicans supporting "Marijuana Reform".

    It would also be nice if the Republicans had noticed that the pro-pot camp now outnumbers the "Christian Evangelicals" that helped G. W. Bush get back into office.

    Could Marijuana Reform happen before the Dems get back into power?

    Might the Republicans be considering "Marijuana Reform" to get more seats at the midterms?

    Now that G. W. is back in office, does he still need the Christian Evangelicals?

    Do we even dare to dream of such things?

    Consider the following:

    According to some fairly recent polls, 34% of Americans favor the complete legalization of marijuana and 46% favor removing criminal penalties for possessing small amounts of pot. 47% admit to having smoked the stuff. Poll results here:

    These results indicate that the pro-pot/legalization camp now outnumbers the 33% of Americans who make up the "Christian Evangelical" bloc that currently holds such sway over our politicians. In October, before the election, even our president wouldn't make a move without consulting the Evangelicals. Article here:,perlstein,53582,1.html

    At this next link Jerry Falwell himself boasts how his 33% bloc won the last election for "God and Morality" The article includes a picture of Falwell with his usual smug facial expression.

    If the pro-pot camp can deliver the votes, one party or the other will court them.

    Right now the only thing holding back the pro-pot/legalization camp is voter apathy and defeatism.


    By Anonymous zen4usa, at 12:33 AM  

  • Yes, Zen. The AARP poll, the Bush admission, and the new drug war budget proposals backed by John Walters making some uncharacteristically anti-drug war statements. Too much coincidence. It looks good, but the only thing missing is the pay-off to the drug companies. What will they be offered in this scenario? Patents?

    By Blogger Loretta Nall, at 6:03 AM  

  • I hate to say this, but all of this is being handled in the usual fashion by the Bushco Spinomatic. You aren't hearing of any big-name pols sticking their neck out and calling the Prez on the carpet for such 'youthful indiscretions'. No, the messenger is being shot as is par for the course in 'Murkah.

    His enemies used to groan that Reagan was Teflon coated; Bush evidently is made from pure, 100% Buckmeisterfullerene; nothing sticks to him, regardless of the gravity of his offenses.

    By Blogger kaptinemo, at 10:06 AM  

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