US government will force Americans to buy cannabis
After a small South American country named Uruguay becomes the first nation on earth to legalize marijuana President Obama was concerned about being left behind.
To beat Uruguayan bill that allows that third word nation to become the first country in the world to make it legal to grow, sell and consume marijuana, US Senate gives yesterday the final approval to Obama’s bill that forces Americans to buy at least 50g of marijuana per month.
The new law not only makes marijuana legal but goes a step ahead and force all citizens and residents to systematically purchase a regular dose of the drug from the national marijuana market controlled by the authorities.
According to the White House sources, this initiative is the opening portion of a broader plan to make weed available and affordable to every individual in the United States.
Under this new regulation every American would be required to purchase a government assigned amount of marijuana per month or face a penalty of up to two thousand dollars the first time and a year in prison in case of a repeated offending.
Obama hopes to have the mandatory marijuana plan up and running by March 15, but they’re still working on the implementation details.
The new law has impressive support among the public and just a few detractors that argument only nonsense and rubbish flaws.
It’s true that newcomers may experience some negative reactions on the first uses but after a couple of months they will be comfortable with the substance consumption.
Obama administration plans to install a pot drive thru on every CVS and Walgreen store around the country.
Senator Redeyes praised the project pointing that now in every corner of this blessed country our fellow citizens can get in their cars, drive over to the pharmacy and get their mandatory marijuana dose without leaving the vehicle.
We predict that this is an innovation that will spread to other countries very quickly.
Regarding the supply, Cuban farmers expressed interest but the Government is yet to define how the location will be chosen and who will be given the benefit of the distribution business.
Other details as payment method, coupons and food stamps use in the marijuana purchase are being discussed by DEA Chief Mr. Samuel Joint.
During the first interview after passing the law Mr. Joint acted funny and he was not very aware ‘Excuse me while I kiss the sky’ he declares before leaving the conference room.
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From Dallas Morning News
Why was Bush better than Mandela
To be a demagogue is to exhibit what others want to see, to seeks support by appealing to popular desires and prejudices rather than by using rational arguments
It probably will not be mentioned today or in the coming days this quality of Nelson Mandela but that’s exactly what he did by condemning everything he wanted to defeat tagging it as ‘racist’.
Bush family is a prominent American family. The family includes two US Senators, one Supreme Court Justice, two Governors and two Presidents. They are usually described as the most successful political dynasty in American history.
Mandela obstinately and selfishness pursue and attain benefits for the only interests of his own identity group. The most common tool used by a demagogue is to push a specific policy with an intended personal interest under the surface of benefice a whole race that they claim to represent. President Bush took actions on the way to benefit not only his familiar circle but a wide range of valuable causes all around the globe. He issued the Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, a $15 billion global program to fight HIV/AIDS, the largest international effort in history created to fight a disease. Thousands of Africans received due to this initiative free antiretroviral drugs that would otherwise cost thousands of dollars per month. When a tsunami ravaged southern Asia on December 2004 Americans donated $700 million which was matched by $950 million more from the federal government headed by Bush. Sixteen thousand US military personnel, dozens of US ships, and more than 100 aircraft were dedicated to tsunami recovery at a cost the US State Department estimates at $5 million a day. Bush set free Afghanistan from the Taliban Terrorists, gave them political freedom and the right to choose leaders and laws for themselves. Bush worked hard also towards environmental relief that’s not a popular and demagogic topic like the ones Mandela systematically fight for but it shows authentic interest in long term issues that do not report immediate popular approval. In 2006 Bush designate a group of Hawaiian Islands a marine reserve. Only environmentalists applauded the decision at this time and today the area is home to 7,000 species of marine life including endangered Hawaiian monk seals and threatened green sea turtles and commercial fishing was eliminated.
Even his speech was always against discrimination is amusing how Mandela coworkers were all socially, intellectually and physically similar to him. President Bush was the president who appointed more women and minorities to high level positions in history. He surrounded himself with African Americans, Hispanics, Cubans, Asian Americans and women.
George W. Bush and family
Is very easy to say what others want to listen and to do what people will see as heroic but what about making unpopular decisions for the sake of the rectitude? Nelson Mandela stands higher than any other for his political correctness and that contrast with the Bush decision making aspect that merits special recognition: his courage. That boldly doing the right thing despite the popularity is what distinguished a right decision maker from a crowd pleaser. ….
the world must know the truth!