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15 Responses to Yes

  1. stlgonzo says:

    Fingers crossed on getting Gov. Johnson in the debates. Judge Gray would do great in the VP debates as well.

  2. Klay says:

    It would be great to have them in the debates.

  3. Peter says:

    Tried to make a donation to the campaign but got this message:
    “Mailbox name not allowed. The server response was: Sorry, that domain isn’t in my list of allowed rcpthosts.”

    The 800 # is a voicemail…. I’ll try later.
    (bet Romney’s donors don’t have this problem)

  4. Dante says:

    One day, far in the future, Americans will look back at this type of political advertisement and marvel at the epic stupidity and cruelty of the drug war. Those who support this war will be viewed as evil.

    Like we look at slavery today.

    • Cliff says:

      “Like we look at slavery today.”

      Or the Native American reservations

      Or the Gulag Archipelago

      Or the concentration / re-education camps

  5. claygooding says:

    If Romney continues sticking his foot in his mouth,,I wonder if Ron Paul will win the primary and if he doesn’t,,how many of his people will turn their support over to GJ?

    Perhaps not enough to ever win but this election is finally getting interesting.

  6. Francis says:

    Love it! But I might have reworded this line: “the fact is marijuana users are no more criminal than our Commander-in-Chief.” I don’t know about you, but I found the comparison a little insulting. I mean, I don’t have a secret “kill list.”

    • allan says:

      I don’t have a secret “kill list.”

      You don’t? Must be like when my kids tell their friends they grew up w/o television… I suppose I could make my list a little shorter…

  7. Servetus says:

    I suggest anyone having anything to say about marijuana say it to the Man himself, his Royal Pot/Tobacco Smoking Highness, President Barack Hussein Obama, in Oakland, CA, on July 23, 2012, where he’s to appear at the Fox Theater to lighten some fat wallets.

    The Fox Theater is a few blocks down the street from Oaksterdam University, recently sacked by DEA slackers and political opportunist U.S. Assistant Attorney Melinda Haag. Haag’s office is located in Oakland’s Federal Building, a few blocks west of Oaksterdam. Look for the twin towers.

  8. Byddaf yn egluro: says:

    I cried.

  9. In 2008 I faced an uphill battle inside the Libertarian Party due to using ending drug prohibition as my signature issue. I spent a shitload of money traveling the country, trying to convince Libertarians that I was the best candidate and that advocating for prohibition repeal was the smart thing to do. Nice to see that I was right – just four years too soon.

    Go Gary!

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