Don't be stupid , Dem. It's not me I am concerned with. It is the tens of thousands of patients too sick to grow their own who depend on caretakers like me to grow it for them so they don't have to turn to the streets. Legalizing will simple make caretakers unnecessary for the most part as dispensaries will fill any vacuum.
Blue-the only reason to legalize it is to take the money away from organized crime ie Nucky Thompson or a real Joe Kennedy-billions of $$-otherwise do you really have any trouble copping?
Thank you for allowing the mb to have a look into a mind ravished with "reefer madness". You are confusing a medicinal plant with Meth, Cocaine, etc. Get educated or be left farther behind.
Don't ever ask another question you dumb POS-do your own DD and discuss it with this scummer.
You must not appreciate the qualities of the twisted,warped and insane while drinking all night.JMOH
If that's what you call fun then more power to you I'd advice you if such participation transpires to stay away Freddy that guy is a creeper....lol....although after the festivities I would care to watch nurse Ratchet being ravished before my turn ensued?
As many times as they wish Too, after all that is how they earn their Pay Checks from their Hedge Fund Bosses, Day Traders or whoever they are working for, why else would they post SOOOOO Often using assumed names??
REPORT: RUBIO SIGNED UP FOR OBAMACARE
Posted: 12/11/2013 | HuffPost
As news breaks that enrollment has surpassed one million, it turns out one of Obamacare's fiercest critics is among Republicans showing some "secret love" for the law.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) signed his family up on the federal healthcare exchange and has opted to take a federal subsidy offered to lawmakers and staff, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
"Senator Rubio spent time looking at all the options and decided to enroll through the D.C. exchange for coverage for him and his family," Rubio's spokeswoman Brooke Sammon told the Times, adding that "Senator Rubio is following the law, even though he opposes it."
The Washington Post notes that Rubio's fellow 2016 GOP presidential prospects Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) have also joined the D.C. exchange.
Rubio has previously tried to kill Obamacare, even declining last March to support a stopgap bill to fund the government unless it also defunded "this Obamacare bill that is going to be an absolute disaster for the American economy."
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Too bad for you. I can't imagine a better drunken binge night out than with bear, freddy, keep, elk, easy, even Norman and some others here hosted by nurse Rachet. I doubt anyone wouldn't laugh so hard throughout the night that they wouldn't need paramedics before it was over. You must not appreciate the qualities of the twisted, warped and insane while drinking all night. JMHO
OEHNER LASHES OUT AT CONSERVATIVE GROUPS ON BUDGET DEAL
By Michael O'Brien | Political Reporter, NBC News | 12/11/2013
Republican leaders defended a modest budget deal that would maintain government operations through 2015 amid conservative opposition that could scuttle the legislation in the House.
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, lashed out at conservative advocacy groups that have encouraged GOP lawmakers to oppose a budget framework unveiled last night by Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash.
Chuck Todd reports on the budget deal presented by Rep. Paul Ryan and Sen. Patty Murray.
"They're using our members and they're using the American people for their own goals," an animated Boehner told reporters at the Capitol. "This is ridiculous."
Ryan and Murray, the top budget officials in their respective chambers, announced an agreement that would set baseline spending levels for the 2014 and 2015 fiscal years. The agreement calls for spending levels slightly above the cap established by the automatic spending cuts known as the "sequester" through a combination of reforms, cuts and new, non-tax revenue.
Conservative groups had been girding themselves against the deal before its details were finalized, mostly because the spending levels exceed sequester levels. The Club for Growth, Americans for Prosperity and Heritage Action -- each of them well-financed conservative advocacy groups that hold some sway over Republican primary voters -- have begun lobbying furiously against the modest government funding agreement.
"By having a budget agreement that does not raise taxes, that does reduce the deficit and produces some certainty and prevents government shutdowns -- we think is a good agreement," Ryan, the architect of the budget agreement, said after a closed-door meeting with fellow Republicans.
Of the package's prospects for passage, the 2012 GOP vice presidential nominee added: "We feel very good at where we are with our members."
The Republican leadership's struggle to manage its restive conservative flank is a familiar storyline to any observer of Congress over the past three years. Boehner's decision to side with conservatives and drive a hard bargain over government spending and the Affordable Care Act contributed in large part to the government shutdown in October that nearly threatened default on the national debt.
If conservatives balk at supporting the legislation, Boehner would need to turn to Democrats to help advance the package through the House. The speaker did just that in passing legislation to end the government shutdown earlier this year.
Some high-profile conservatives have already stated their opposition to the legislation, though, including two contenders for the Republican Party's presidential nomination in 2016: Sens. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Marco Rubio, R-Fla.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Blah, Blah, Blah! Why don't you give it a rest Doc., you are building quit a reputation as a QUACK!!!
Do you think I'm cute Private uphill? Do you think I'm funny?
Get on your knees #$%$ and choke yourself!
Dammit, with MY meat you numb nuts! Now lean forward and choke yourself!
Re: "Enrique Pellejero, who recently joined Groupe Grimaud, will become CEO of Galor and
will be based in Amboise."
This is truly upsetting, philmy. Enrique is surely one of the few who could have taken over for Gary.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Re: "This is how I know you are FOS in general Elk - I had a front row seat to the fannie/freddie debate and you couldn't be more wrong"
Right, nobeach, and I heard George W. say, after the Enron scandal came to light, that he didn't really know Ken Lay (good old "Kenny Boy") accept as a former supporter of Ann Richards in the 1994 campaign against him and, honestly, wasn't sure he had ever met him personally. YOU FOS (BTW, nobeach, what does FOS mean?)
Sentiment: Strong Buy