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Melissa McCarthy Sean Spicer Confirms We're Screwed

PoisonTongue

New Member
So I know I'm new here but I can't hold this in. According to fairly heavy "illusions" Sean Spicer confirmed today the Federal Government (DOJ) intends to pursue enforcement of Federal drug laws, specifically marijuana. The POTUS and administration have stated they will not mess with MMJ patients but instead will focus on recreational use, sale and production. There was also crazy talk about how marijuana legalization relates to opioid use?

I'm new to the MMJ community so I'd like to hear other opinions because I feel as if I'm taking crazy pills. MMJ is the only thing that has helped my condition, yet I'm branded "Fugivitus" in the court of public opinion for being a "drug user". Does this spell the end for everything that's been gain recently in regards to MMJ?

Please I'm eager to hear other opinions on this.
 

AnimaSola

New Member
I stopped taking pain killers,benzos, and stopped smoking cigarettes with weed.

Politicans are panicing because if cannabis is completely legalized they are afraid they will lose billions in textiles and oil and have to let minorities go free when now they can arrest and put them in a cage for something everyone has done or does.
 

saltybluegrass

Active Member
Government sitting on their age old asses are responsible for putting hard working Americans in jail for a law that won’t be here in 5 years -
Fuck you all- Fuck your dinosaur ways- Fuck your money grabbing incestuous selves who take get a ways to screw underage kids on boy island while regular americans are jailed for child porn on a computer while you are creaming in real humans.
We are sick of it
 

Rich 3033

Active Member
I'm not from the states but I can see the pattern. They want control of the industry so the pharma companies will produce it all. And reap all the profits.

I think the key is changing public perception. More and more people recognize cbd is beneficial. So there will come a point when the collective consciousness chooses to legalize.

But like you said there are federal laws used to hammer the "illegal growers", effectively reducing the competition.

I think awareness of the issue needs to be brought up so the public can see how gardeners are treated.

Legalization is used for control, monopoly over what's available. Maybe they gmo the weed to make us sick...
 

Usherwood

Well-Known Member
Funny how MJ is a class 1 drug way ahead of some other more dangerous drugs like cocaine opiates and the most dangerous gateway drug of all time which is alcohol. I've been growing MJ for 20 yrs my state became legal for personal use and cultivation with some funny restrictions. My neighbor called me in a few months ago after smelling it. Police came I let them come in and see my setup. Totally in the law which I've studied so I know it. With that said I was threatened with the federal laws which made me laugh. My town has a horrible heroin and opiate problem but they are all victims I guess. If the feds want to take my weed I say go ahead and take it lol if any of them are even working
 

Blew Hiller

Grow Journal of the Month: June 2019 - Plant of the Month: October 2019
Funny looking back on the first entry in this thread...Sean Spicer and Jeff Sessions now both fired, so all the MJ talk was just bluff. It's a good reminder not to believe the hype. Politicians always work for someone else, and that person is looking to get paid...so follow the money. The rest of the nonsense they spew in the "news" is just there to distract us all.
 

saltybluegrass

Active Member
I’ve stopped smoking to get a clean urine test for my SSDI hearing .
i’m back on my Depakote and prozac the last two weeks-
My headaches won’t stop/ i’m constipated and havent slept but 2 nights in 7 days.
It doesn’t make sense that doctors and government officials know my body better -
The last run of meds left me with infected bowels after constipation-
Leave me alone!!
 

Usherwood

Well-Known Member
Its going to take a huge movement to make a real change. The u.s government has ran so far of the real tracks its crazy. At this point every part from the top to the bottom even small town politics have blown out at the seems. Its going to take a full citizen takeover to change anything I'm suggesting a full on press by all, but as we all know us Americans have become very complacent and very very lazy to this new way of life that's been eating at everyone for about 50 yrs. I still roll with 1 of the best written songs of all time N.W.A FUCK THE POLICE.
 

Growingasmile

Well-Known Member
Its going to take a huge movement to make a real change. The u.s government has ran so far of the real tracks its crazy. At this point every part from the top to the bottom even small town politics have blown out at the seems. Its going to take a full citizen takeover to change anything I'm suggesting a full on press by all, but as we all know us Americans have become very complacent and very very lazy to this new way of life that's been eating at everyone for about 50 yrs. I still roll with 1 of the best written songs of all time N.W.A FUCK THE POLICE.
The police are not the feds you say fuck them till ya need em.
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019
Guess you haven't noticed, but huge changes are underway. Hemp is now legal across the entire USA. CBD is flourishing just about everywhere and you no longer hear about K2 and bath salts. More and more states are going legal and with the Show-Me state turning, more will surely follow. There are now several court cases challenging the ATF's position on owning guns by medical card holders. We are indeed making some progress, but there still is a lot of work to be done. The banking industry has to be allowed to deal in pot money and we still need to get MMJ off of schedule 1 so we can start conducting clinical trials. Last but not least, the USDHHS patent that is prohibiting further research in the USA expires in 2023 and when that patent is lifted, this industry is going to break free. The next President will have little choice but to lift the Federal prohibition.
 

Virgin ground

Nug of the Month: June 2019 - Photo of the Month: Aug 2019
The world health organization is trying to change the scheduling of cannabis, as we speak.


Legalization will be a major part of democratic platforms for the next election cycle.IMO.
 

Usherwood

Well-Known Member
KTM- could you imagine the power of the people’s lobby if we all donated a dollar? They’d be sprinting to us to grab the cash.
Lol for sure they would the govt gets tons from me every yr. I love helping the big wigs get a new shinny boat yr after yr
 

Usherwood

Well-Known Member
The world health organization is trying to change the scheduling of cannabis, as we speak.


Legalization will be a major part of democratic platforms for the next election cycle.IMO.
Funny
 

moderngroroom

Well-Known Member
We the people never stand for what we want until its gone .. they are never worried about legalizing cannabis the states have to do it. shows how childish the government is right now they rather fight over who russia convinced during election which is total bullshit. Opiate is still legal and killing thousands a yr but do they change the laws and get rid of them noooo..
The government doesnt care what we want anymore they care only about what the globalist tell them to care about. America is doomed were 22 trillion in debt, we cant even afford to pay the interest on the loans the government borrows and thats at 0% interest rates and they know it.. this is what happens to all governments when there broke and running out of money the whole system collapses and your stuck in the madness while they have million dollar homes with 15 ft high fences and bunkers to run to.. americans always think everything is fine and forget about how 2008 bout brought us to our knees, the banks got all the bailouts by there designed plan while we suffered and still do to this day. Yeah we can print money and the only country that can but that comes with inflation which is here now . prices are moving up quickly on everything why your wages stay the same, i say kill big government, central banks, and the federal reserve there all crooks and thefts, income federal tax is the biggest scam of man kind..


Youtube- mike maloney federal reserve is the biggest scam in history



Watch the video and youll see what happens to your hard earned money that you give away to the feds... city and county taxes are a good thing to keep your community safe and served i dont mind them... people say yeah but i get money back at the end of the yr yahhhh, no you get a portion of it back not even close to what you paid in and that money goes straight to the bankers..
 
So I know I'm new here but I can't hold this in. According to fairly heavy "illusions" Sean Spicer confirmed today the Federal Government (DOJ) intends to pursue enforcement of Federal drug laws, specifically marijuana. The POTUS and administration have stated they will not mess with MMJ patients but instead will focus on recreational use, sale and production. There was also crazy talk about how marijuana legalization relates to opioid use?

I'm new to the MMJ community so I'd like to hear other opinions because I feel as if I'm taking crazy pills. MMJ is the only thing that has helped my condition, yet I'm branded "Fugivitus" in the court of public opinion for being a "drug user". Does this spell the end for everything that's been gain recently in regards to MMJ?

Please I'm eager to hear other opinions on this.
As a persecuted class of Americans, we are only beginning to move from prosecution and incarceration to decriminalization and legalization. Our new legal framework is a work in progress. As the States experiment with public policy, companies struggle to adapt to challenges and profit from the opportunities. For Americans that get high, for whatever reason and however often, the challenge of prejudice and stigma remains. Look at how far we have come. We follow in the steps of other marginalized groups in America. It would be nice if we could have more "Weed Pride" events and move forward, but we then life in fear of the piss test. It's a struggle that we need to continue together.
 
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TorturedSoul

Member of the Month: May 2009, Oct 2010, Sept 2017
You could start by ending the practice of referring to it as weed, IMHO. I really don't think it was the "I want to smoke my WEED!!!" crowd that got us where we are today in regards to the increasing legalization at the state level. The Cheech & Chong movies were entertainment, not examples of proper activism :rolleyes: .

But that's just my opinion. And you might choose to consider it invalid; I stopped being an active... er... activist some years ago when I started becoming known for it in my community and decided that I'd be less likely to get busted if I just quietly grew cannabis without telling anyone, like millions of other people did (and still do).

Besides, it seemed like every time I attended a rally, a bunch of vociferous stoners showed up, started chanting that they wanted to smoke weed, the news crews filmed them - and we ended up looking like f*cking idiots that night on the local news.

Half the fight is about perception, after all. . . .
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019
I totally agree with you... perception is everything. When I speak about legalization, I speak of medicine. Medicinal passed here in Missouri, and the Show-Me state is illustrating just what power that word has when it comes to motivating seniors especially, to get out and vote for this thing.
 
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