Friday, January 31, 2014

O Implyin' And Inferin' On Pot

Barack Obama Says Marijuana Classification Change Job For Congress |

President Barack Obama says in a new interview that that it’s up to Congress to remove marijuana from the federal government’s list of the most serious narcotics, implying but not explicitly saying that he might support such a move.

In an interview with CNN that aired Friday, Obama was pressed on recent remarks he made to the New Yorker that marijuana is no more dangerous than alcohol, and on whether he would push to remove pot from the Drug Enforcement Agency’s list of so-called “schedule I” narcotics...


Alessandro Machi said...

Why can't marijuana be something to look forward to once one turns 25, or 30.

Teens getting stoned, maybe that's better than committing vandalism as a way to diffuse too much nervous energy, but it seems silly to me to want to get high before achieving anything of note in life.

Bob Harrison said...

I agree 100%. Why not? Plus, the states could make a fortune in taxes.