This one really cracked me up.
WASHINGTON — U.S. attorneys have a message for California’s medical marijuana advocates: Don’t blame Barack Obama. After it was announced that the crackdown on medical pot establishments in the Golden State was a collective decision by the four U.S. attorneys in California and not the result of any directive from Washington, spokeswoman Lauren Horwood emphasized that the administration never even green-lighted the ramped-up enforcement actions.
Anyone who has ever worked within an organization with a charismatic leader knows that if that is actually true, there are very few possibilities now that the U.S. attorneys have made that statement.
- Barack Obama does, in fact, agree with the decision and can be blamed.
- Barack Obama does not, in fact, agree with the decision and the U.S. Attorneys either must stop what they’re doing, or they must stop what they’re doing while turning in their resignations.
So… which is it?
I mean, do they really think that they can somehow get Obama off the hook with the liberals who support medical marijuana with something that lame?