Trump Strikes deal

DNAprotection

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Huge news people. Trump is letting States do what they wish, and Looking at Total legalization Nation wide. Seeing there is now a FDA questionnaire floating around on the web, where you can give your input on Legalization, for info on removing from being a scheduled HERB. You have till April 23rd to give your input. Search Tweeter for it.

This is huge win,..
There's always more to the story behind the headlines:

https://www.record-bee.com/2019/04/19/kiczenski-is-cannabis-cultivating-into-a-bio-threat-to-national-security/
 

guitarguy10

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Don't trust anything the man says.

He promised the brave transgender service members who protect your nation that he would protect them yet at the first opportunity he had them banned from serving ... against his own secretary of defense (Mattis) advice.

Trump doesn't know how to tell the truth and cares about nothing other then himself. Not even dead soldiers can stop him from starting off on one of his childhood insult rants during an interview on D-day in front of the graves of our brave fallen comrades.
 

bartow

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There is one good reason why Trump will go soft on marijuana. That is to win the election in 2020. Someone will grab this issue and it will help whoever does. Legalize is a hard issue for most lawmakers to support. They all owe their souls to big pharma and big pharma is the biggest obstacle to legalization.
 

Lucky Luke

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There is one good reason why Trump will go soft on marijuana. That is to win the election in 2020. Someone will grab this issue and it will help whoever does. Legalize is a hard issue for most lawmakers to support. They all owe their souls to big pharma and big pharma is the biggest obstacle to legalization.
Big pharma is a big supporter of Cannabis,just as big tobacco is, they just want it done in a way that benefits them.
 

hotrodharley

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The evangelical crowd is his bunch that absolutely are not going for legalization of any kind. If you have been paying attention to the overall picture you’ll note that organized opposition is putting out more “news” about rising accident rates involving cannabis and especially among teens. That “super potent pot” is actually triggering psychosis. That chronic use leads to cognitive dysfunction and other hysterical bullshit. Do not discredit the efforts and the lobby money of those who oppose. And as someone who’s lived in Colorado when it did and then Washington when it did and now up to Alaska I promise you that the bullshit doesn’t end when the legal begins. Every application for a retail permit that has to go before the borough council draws the squawkers. I am ready to answer questions about how this crap goes and goes down including the appointment of anti-pot crusaders to marijuana control boards!!! Be proactive not only in getting it passed but keeping it legal. Be there to tell legislators your wishes.
 

New Age United

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The evangelical crowd is his bunch that absolutely are not going for legalization of any kind. If you have been paying attention to the overall picture you’ll note that organized opposition is putting out more “news” about rising accident rates involving cannabis and especially among teens. That “super potent pot” is actually triggering psychosis. That chronic use leads to cognitive dysfunction and other hysterical bullshit. Do not discredit the efforts and the lobby money of those who oppose. And as someone who’s lived in Colorado when it did and then Washington when it did and now up to Alaska I promise you that the bullshit doesn’t end when the legal begins. Every application for a retail permit that has to go before the borough council draws the squawkers. I am ready to answer questions about how this crap goes and goes down including the appointment of anti-pot crusaders to marijuana control boards!!! Be proactive not only in getting it passed but keeping it legal. Be there to tell legislators your wishes.
I was twice diagnosed with cannabis induced psychosis and yes it was the pot, the first time was when I stopped smoking after 10 years of heavy use, the second was 14 months later when I started smoking it again. And heavy Marijuana use in early adolescence has been linked to schizophrenia, which I also have, I smoked more pot in high school than anywhere else.
 

hotrodharley

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I was twice diagnosed with cannabis induced psychosis and yes it was the pot, the first time was when I stopped smoking after 10 years of heavy use, the second was 14 months later when I started smoking it again. And heavy Marijuana use in early adolescence has been linked to schizophrenia, which I also have, I smoked more pot in high school than anywhere else.
Well I’ve smoked a freight train load since 1964 and I’m not schizophrenic and never had a psychotic break. If you are gathering statistics. Sorry for your problems.
 

New Age United

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Well I’ve smoked a freight train load since 1964 and I’m not schizophrenic and never had a psychotic break. If you are gathering statistics. Sorry for your problems.
No I'm not talking statistics, simply pointing out that marijuana can cause psychosis and cognitive disorders, of course not everyone who smokes it heavily will suffer from these disorders that would be front page news everyday, but just as the majority of cocaine and meth users never experience psychosis they too can cause it, so too can marijuana. You didn't say anything about statistics you were implying that marijuana can not cause psychosis or any cognitive disorder.
 

hotrodharley

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No I'm not talking statistics, simply pointing out that marijuana can cause psychosis and cognitive disorders, of course not everyone who smokes it heavily will suffer from these disorders that would be front page news everyday, but just as the majority of cocaine and meth users never experience psychosis they too can cause it, so too can marijuana. You didn't say anything about statistics you were implying that marijuana can not cause psychosis or any cognitive disorder.
Trigger it? Perhaps. Cause it? Bring scientific research.
 

Grandpapy

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I was twice diagnosed with cannabis induced psychosis and yes it was the pot, the first time was when I stopped smoking after 10 years of heavy use, the second was 14 months later when I started smoking it again. And heavy Marijuana use in early adolescence has been linked to schizophrenia, which I also have, I smoked more pot in high school than anywhere else.
In this New Age you must question everything.
I'm more prone to watching my diet.

... other condiments, packaged foods, processed meat items (chicken nuggets, ... of schizophrenia, and some researchers even use the term “gluten psychosis ...
https://books.google.com/books?id=kE and the link goes on forever
 

New Age United

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Trigger it? Perhaps. Cause it? Bring scientific research.
Yes of course I'm not a doctor just relaying what doctors and websites have told me
 

DocofRock

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I could see it being a move of desperation to hold on to power. I’ve never seen an American President so infatuated with dictatorial oppressive regimes and their “leaders” (aka rulers). I guess no one wants to admit we are in a caste system, with our rights as citizens of democracy being continually stripped in the name of the almighty dollar. I say this as someone with considerably above average means. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of corruption in our government that is so deeply ingrained that it will be extremely difficult to ever eradicate. The day of reckoning will come when we have spent ourselves into oblivion, bankrolling private jets and golf trips for our self-serving politicians, only to have ignored the fact that American influence is rapidly declining globally.

As international capitalism continues to be perverted with an unquenchable thirst for money and power among our nation’s wealthiest, eventually the majority of the world will become impoverished and left in ruin as the world’s elite flee to the relative safety of whatever corner of they world they’ve bought for themselves. In the age of the internet and global interconnectivity, one’s national alliance, especially those with nearly unlimited financial means, becomes irrelevant.

Ultimately, however, the exploitation of the majority of humanity for the ultra-ultra-wealthy will be a travesty for the entirety of the human race. When we are all reduced back to meeting basic survival needs - finding food, clothing, shelter, and water, and when the world’s fiat currencies are finally (once again) exposed to be what they are (a massive wealth-transferring pyramid scheme and ultimately a worthless piece of paper), we’ll really see who has the grit to persevere. I’m willing to bet on yet another iteration of history in which the ordinary citizens and fabric of our collective nations rise against blatant oppression and demand liberty. And so the cycle repeats....
 
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hotrodharley

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I could see it being a move of desperation to hold on to power. I’ve never seen an American President so infatuated with dictatorial oppressive regimes and their “leaders” (aka rulers). I guess no one wants to admit we are in a caste system, with our rights as citizens of democracy being continually stripped in the name of the almighty dollar. I say this as someone with considerably above average means. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of corruption in our government that is so deeply ingrained that it will be extremely difficult to ever eradicate. The day of reckoning will come when we have spent ourselves into oblivion, bankrolling private jets and golf trips for our self-serving politicians, only to have ignored the fact that American influence is rapidly declining globally.

As international capitalism continues to be perverted with an unquenchable thirst for money and power among our nation’s wealthiest, eventually the majority of the world will become impoverished and left in ruin as the world’s elite flee to the relative safety of whatever corner of they world they’ve bought for themselves. In the age of the internet and global interconnectivity, one’s national alliance, especially those with nearly unlimited financial means, becomes irrelevant.

Ultimately, however, the exploitation of the majority of humanity for the ultra-ultra-wealthy will be a travesty for the entirety of the human race. When we are all reduced back to meeting basic survival needs - finding food, clothing, shelter, and water, and when the world’s fiat currencies are finally (once again) exposed to be what they are (a massive wealth-transferring pyramid scheme and ultimately a worthless piece of paper), we’ll really see who has the grit to persevere. I’m willing to bet on yet another iteration of history in which the ordinary citizens and fabric of our collective nations rise against blatant oppression and demand liberty. And so the cycle repeats....
This country was not founded for any reason other than the wealthy here were unhappy a King over the water had power over them. They wanted the reins. The power to exploit the people instead of a foreign king having the pleasure. It’s always been about wealth and power.
 

SAMMYB913

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This country was not founded for any reason other than the wealthy here were unhappy a King over the water had power over them. They wanted the reins. The power to exploit the people instead of a foreign king having the pleasure. It’s always been about wealth and power.
Bottom line is England is a bunch power, greedy assholes who've tried to conquer anyone they can & succeeded here. We live in England part 2 - Free Masons came here to do as they please, yes, w/ out a king or queen to rule over them. Our constitution is made of plans they made before even coming here , shitty policies, banking system, etc. George Washington , William Penn & the rest of the Free Mason scumbags had only one intention to rule instead of being ruled. That's why they wanted to unite the states & fought the civil war & now they control our government , to them the president is just someone to lie to the people why they do their shady shit & throw up distractions while their doing it , perfect example 911 they printed it on money before it happened smh
 

hotrodharley

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Here’s Trump’s old boy on agriculture. You bet they’ll be removing cannabis from Schedule I.

“The head of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said on Tuesday that he’s worried strong interest in hemp could drive farmers to cultivate too much of the crop once regulations are in place.

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, who earlier this week toured a Kentucky hemp farm alongside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), said that there’s “a lot of interest nationwide” in hemp and that it could prove to be “a real salvation-type crop for farmers along the way.”

“But farmers are so productive, I’m concerned they may overproduce like they do a lot of things in that way and the price may go down,” he said in an interview with WLKY-TV.”

He’s not to worried about too much of any other crop. What he’s concerned with is the wealthy investors seeing a long line of healthy dividends from a tightly controlled market. With hemp! Think about the frenzy trying to let the wealthy clean up for a while before the commoners get ahold of it.
 

Hydroburn

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Huge news people. Trump is letting States do what they wish, and Looking at Total legalization Nation wide. Seeing there is now a FDA questionnaire floating around on the web, where you can give your input on Legalization, for info on removing from being a scheduled HERB. You have till April 23rd to give your input. Search Tweeter for it.

This is huge win,..
yea, that never happened
 
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