Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Cannabis far safer than opioids

South Dakota's Attorney General Marty Jackley has taken thousands in campaign contributions from the pharmaceutical industry.

He is party to a lawsuit seeking to nullify ObamaCare while using the "pot is illegal under federal law" argument to satisfy his earth hating handlers.

Legal drugs cause tens of thousands of deaths in the US every year and liver damage is assured for users of Oxycontin, Lortab, and Vicodin, especially when used with alcohol. Addiction to these synthetic killers making Big Pharma rich can even lead to suicide.
Israel ran to the door, and heard his son cock the gun. And then, the blast.--Rob Stein, NPR
Mason Tvert, director of communications for the Marijuana Policy Project in Denver, Colorado told News24 of Cape Town, South Africa where legalization is also being considered:
Dagga, or marijuana as it is known in the US, was recently legalised for personal consumption in America and several organisations, including the HIV Medicine Association of the Infectious Diseases Society of America and the Lymphoma Foundation of America (LFA) have expressed support for medicinal research into the drug.
Just say now!


Duffer said...

Our legal vanguard (ASA) got a bad ruling in D.C. District Court yesterday Meester Kurtz. This would be the suit against DEA for continuing to Schedule 1 Cannabis, and disallowing research that would certainly lead to a reschedule.

Of course, they will appeal. This issue isn't going away - Obama's fascist US Attorneys out here are losing case after case. Follow the Harborside litigation. The legal aim is to get them in front of a jury - where they will get their asses handed to them.

Governor of Washington is "visiting" with Holder in his office this week.

Push coming to shove for sure, but Obama and jack-boot Biden are proving to be major assholes.

larry kurtz said...

Yo. Noted that in a previous rant. Holder keeping his cards pretty close.

Here is a Colorado district seemingly untouched by DoJ making its own ordinance for public places looking more like local control.

larry kurtz said...

Maui wowee:

Hawaii lawmakers say "that legalizing the substance is “natural, logical and reasonable” given current scientific research and public opinion."