The Bismarck Tribune is covering the earth hater presidential campaign where reporter Nick Smith caught up with Texas Representative Ron Paul:
Paul was in Jamestown on Monday afternoon before traveling to Bismarck. He also made stops in Williston and Dickinson on Sunday. In Jamestown, Paul was critical of the federal government's ban on the cultivation of industrial hemp, a crop that is related to marijuana but does not have its mind-affecting properties. Industrial hemp is grown in neighboring Canada and other countries, where it is used to make paper, lotions, clothing and biofuels. North Dakota's Legislature and Agriculture Department have pushed allowing hemp to be grown in the state. A state lawmaker who wanted to cultivate the crop filed an unsuccessful lawsuit against the Drug Enforcement Administration, seeking a declaration that doing so would be legal.Maybe an ip reader can direct us to a Paul policy paper describing whether he favors GMO hemp or its non-organic cultivation.
While no legal subsidies for growing cannabis in the US yet exist (although federal law enforcement is routinely culpable for its illegal cultivation and distribution), earth haters are paid billions in corporate welfare to perpetrate ecoterrorism.
Libertarian Presidential hopeful, Gary Johnson, is campaigning in Colorado according to a piece reposted at Cannabis Culture:
It's inevitable," he maintains. "When I came out in support of legalizing marijuana in 1999, 35 percent of Americans supported legalizing it -- maybe even less. Then, three months ago, Gallup did a poll that showed 50 percent of Americans now support legalizing marijuana. And this is the first time it's been a fifty-fifty debate.