Is New England The New Hotbed For Marijuana Law Reform?

The northeast has historically been a hotbed for marijuana use — with five of the six New England states self-reporting some of the highest percentages of marijuana consumption in the nation. But recently New England has also become a regional leader in marijuana law reform.
Lawmakers in every New England state are now debating marijuana law reform legislation. Here’s a closer look at what’s happening.
Connecticut: The nutmeg state is the only northeast state besides New Hampshire that has yet to enact some form of marijuana decriminalization or medicalization. But that drought may end this year. Weeks ago, newly elected Democrat Gov. Dan Malloy publicly affirmed his support for legislation that seeks to reduce minor marijuana possession to a noncriminal offense. Malloy endorsed reducing adult marijuana possession penalties from a criminal misdemeanor (punishable by one year in jail and a $1,000 fine) to an infraction, punishable by a nominal fine, no jail time, and no criminal record. Gov. Malloy has also spoken out in favor of legalizing the physician-authorized use of medical marijuana. (Similar legislation was passed by the legislature in 2007, but was vetoed by then-Gov. Jodi Rell.) You can contact your state elected officials in favor of both of these proposals here and here. You can also get involved with Connecticut NORML here.
Maine: Maine voters have twice approved ballot initiatives in recent years addressing the medical use and distribution of medical cannabis. And in 2009, Maine lawmakers increased the amount of marijuana that may be classified as a civil offense from 1.25 ounces to 2.5 ounces (the second highest threshold in the nation). This year state lawmakers have introduced a pair of bills, LD 754 and LD 750, to expand the state’s existing marijuana decriminalization law. LD 754 would amend existing law so that the adult possession of over 2.5 ounces but less than 5 ounces is classified as a civil violation. LD 750 would amend existing law so that the cultivation of up to six marijuana plants by an adult is also classified as a civil violation. Both measures have been referred to the Joint Committee Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee. You can contact your lawmakers in support of these measures here. NORML is also working with state lawmakers regarding the introduction of separate legislation to legalize adult marijuana possession, production, and distribution. You can learn more about this pending legislation here.
Massachusetts: In 2008, a whopping 65 percent of voters in endorsed Question 2 decriminalizing the adult possession of an ounce or less of cannabis to a fine-only civil offense. Now a coalition of state lawmakers are backing House Bill 1371 to legalize and regulate adult marijuana production and sales in Massachusetts. You can watch a 60-minute discussion with the bill’s lead sponsor and supporter here. You can contact your state elected officials in support of HB 1371 here, or by visiting the Massachusetts Cannabis Reform Coalition/NORML here. You can learn about a separate state legislative effort to regulate the use of medical marijuana here.
New Hampshire: Lawmakers this week heard testimony in favor of House Bill 442, which legalizes the physician-supervised use of medical marijuana. (Similar legislation passed both the House and the Senate in 2009, but was vetoed by Governor John Lynch.) You can write your lawmakers in favor of HB 442 via NORML’s ‘Take Action Center’ here, or by contacting
Rhode Island: In coming days, Rhode Island state regulators will become only the third in the nation to begin licensing medical marijuana dispensaries. A coalition of lawmakers is also debating the amending the state’s penalties for non-patients. House Bill 5031 amends state law so that the adult possession of up to one ounce of marijuana is reduced from a criminal misdemeanor (punishable by one year in jail and a $500 maximum fine) to a civil offense, punishable by a $150 fine, no jail time, and no criminal record. You can voice your support for HB 5031 by clicking here.
Vermont: Two separate marijuana law reform measures are pending before Vermont lawmakers. Senate Bill 17 proposes expanding the state’s medical marijuana law to permit the establishment of two nonprofit medical marijuana dispensaries in the state. You can learn more about this measure here. House Bill 427 amends state law so that the adult possession of up to one ounce of marijuana is reduced from a criminal misdemeanor (punishable by six months in jail and a $500 maximum fine) to a civil offense, punishable by a $150 fine, no jail time, and no criminal record. Passage of the measure, which has been endorsed by Democrat Governor Peter Shumlin, will allow state law enforcement to reallocate an estimated $700,000 annually in criminal justice resources. You can contact your House member in support of HB 427 here.
For up-to-date information on marijuana law reform measures pending in other states, please visit NORML’s ‘Take Action Center’ here.

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  1. New Hampshire: Vetoed by DEMOCRAT Governor Lynch..
    Neoconism does not adhere to the bounds of party line. President Obama is a Neocon just like his predecessor Bush, and our gov here in NH is a neocon just like the majority of republicans (and other dems).
    Hungry for war.

  2. The hour of your redemption is here. Your patriots have demonstrated an unswerving and resolute devotion to the principles of freedom that challenges the best that is written on the pages of human history. We the People now call upon your supreme effort that the government may know from the temper of an aroused and outraged united people within that they are forced to contend with.
    Rally to US. Let the indomitable spirit of California, Oregon, and Washington lead on. As the lines of this battle roll forward to bring you within the zone of opportunity, rise up and strike down this injustice. Strike this injustice at every favorable opportunity. For your homes and hearths, strike this injustice! For future generations of your sons and daughters, strike at this injustice! In the name of your sacred dead, strike at this injustice! Let no heart be faint. The guidance of divine God points the way. Follow in His Name to the Holy Grail of righteous victory over this injustice!

  3. 1. Brian ‘NH: Vetoed by a Democrat Governor Lynch …”
    Please, Brian. Don’t mistake NeoLiberalism with NeoConism, although I admit there’s not so much difference — they’re both Fascistic. It’s not so much the degree of Fascism, but how quickly they are trying to get us There. Think of NeoConism as the Iron Fist, while NeoLiberalism is that same Iron Fist, but in a Velvet Glove.
    It’s good to see that New England, that historical hotbed of revolutionary thought, take on the issues of Medical Marijuana, decriminalization, and re-legalization of cannabis. Finally!!
    I like to think that Massachusetts led the way with decriminalization, like their $100 fine for public possession of 1 ounce or less of cannabis, and which California later adopted. Baby steps, baby steps. Because decriminalization does nothing to create new legal sources of this contraband, instead relying upon those same illicit sources like the violent Mexican drug cartels.
    When are we going to stop That war along our border? We certainly don’t see Mexican breweries taking it to the bloody streets over who will import Corona or Dos XX beer (or Molsen) into the USA. Let’s make cannabis legal like beer, or better legal like tomato plants, like this plant was Before Prohibition was enacted — for smoking, ingesting extracts of, growing, or non-commercial distribution. Those that cannot be bothered with growing cannabis, and can afford it, are welcome to buy Big Pharma’s new patented compounds of THC that are emerging.
    Let’s get it done, New England — we’re counting on you in 2011.
    [Paul Armentano responds: Maine actually decriminalized marijuana possession decades before Massachusetts voters enacted Question 2. Maine’s decrim threshold (2.5 ounces) is the second-highest in the nation, only behind Ohio (100 grams).]

  4. i feel it in the best interest for us to legalize medical marijuana..
    i have always been dumbfounded at the lack of knowledge and the 50’s “REEFER MADNESS”thought process ,that has followed pot…
    i lost my brother to drinking and driving…i myself have drank and drove ..and any problems i or my friends have had has been due to alcohol consumption…the amount of revenue attained from the sales of alcohol..then the police waiting outside,the local watering hole for you to drive then arrest you ,for consuming ..generates even more..i challenge anybody to find more than 10 deaths a year by pot…
    Statistically,nicotine, alcohol ,crack ,cocaine are killers….and what about our medical programs offering “the loop” as i would call it for heroin users …in order to get of one you have to be prescribed methadone..then they get addicted to that so they go to oxycoton’s ?(s.p.) then it is back to another drug…facilitating there circle of addiction..but still getting paid money (i.e.medical programs) and not helping people…the amount of tax payer dollars to prosecute an individual for possession of marijuana,and or to hold him in the county jail is ridiculous!!
    The only thing that gets hurt if you smoke marijuana is a bag of chips…the only thing that gets damaged or dented is your pillow….it has helped me with my bad knees as opposed to giving myself silicon shots and costing an arm and a leg..
    the amount of money to be generated from the legalization is limitless….you would have lighting and gardening stores see a MAJOR!! increase in business,storage and coffee shops would flourish..
    People would stay at home and watch t.v. as they wouldn’t have to drive to go have a beer..(legally) ..only to have the chance of getting pulled over for an illegal act on a legal drug? it just mind boggling to me that we have so many money mongers but no-one has figured out that this will take us right out of debt!!! thank you for your time …i have much more to say on this issue…

  5. Woh woh wooooohhhh everybody. I am the first in line for legalization but did you all miss the first 3 min of this interview? The state would be the worst pot dealer of all. $ 10.00 TAX for each 1% of THC. Are you serious? Y’all like that?
    Who’s going to set the potency measurements?
    So if THC levels of White Widow can be around 20% if grown properly. G13 is said to be 25% THC, the State of MA will TAX you $200.00 – $250.00 for these yummies. Then of course the “OTHER” dealer has to get his.
    Still think its a good idea? I think it’s wrong and unconstitutional to tax someones medication in such a way! So we should pay more tax at a good restaurant than a dive? C’mon MA…you can do better than that!

  6. hotbed ??? ha ha ha…. nobody has the balls to legalize!! just hot air!! why start a new economic windfall when all the states are crying broke? rather give our money to the drug war and drug lords… pick and choose your hypocrisy thats the game!

    “I have sworn upon the altar of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man. I will never, by any word or act, bow to the shrine of intolerance, or admit the right of inquiry into the religious opinions of others. On the contrary, we are bound, you, I, and everyone, to make common cause, even with error itself, to maintain the common right of freedom of conscience. We ought with one heart and one hand hew down the daring and dangerous efforts of those who would seduce the public opinion to substitute itself into – tyranny over religious faith.” Thomas Jefferson and I.
    “The Reformation.”
    CDXX Communion 03.02.11 4:20 p.m.
    San Diego Colony
    Prepare for the “420 Invasion” 4-20 @ 4:20

  8. Well, I’m out here in, Cali. and since the new law took effect reducing possession to an infraction i see absolutely no difference in enforcement from the way laws were before to the way the law is now .The only difference i see is that unemployment is going down here in, Cali. when before we had the highest rate of unemployment this side of, America . After the U.S.A realizes that reducing the penalties on Marijuana is a good and favorable thing helpful in reducing unemployment & saving millions they’ll reduce the penalty in your State next . I sure hope so because it’s long overdue .

  9. If Maine passes the 6 plants civil offense bill I’ll be moving over the border with a quickness!

  10. …… see when a State back east or elsewhere in the U.S. the millions of dollars in savings can be put to other use like creating employment or jobs . In, Cali. it could be used to clean up our Roads which are in awful shape . This creates jobs and one creates another job so it’s not long before unemployment is reduced & you’ll have more people being put back to
    work .
    When will they ever ” get it ” ? It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure this out either .

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  12. If only this could get as south as Pennsylvania. We have a LOT more pot smokers than reported, I know that very damn well. If it was put up to a vote, I bet Pennsylvania could pass a decriminalization/legalization bill with no trouble at all.

  13. Can we see at least one of the south eastern states move it along…………. Damn god country.

  14. There is some breaking scandal developments going on involving the United States ATF Department (Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms…), with Department of Justice approval. They’ve been allowing Mexican Drug Cartel organizations to pass a large number of guns through the border. And now they’re trying to oppress the news ( and spread bullshit!
    CBS News Video:

  15. What i dont get with california i thought it was decriminalized back in the 70’s that Jerry Brown signed the first time around. But now they are calling this decriminalized. Anyways I feel this is the way to do it slow and easy. Once states realize that they save loads of money through decriminalized they will take the next step and save even more money with full legalization. Really i think california would of had prop 19 if it was written more clearly since people were scared of alot of things that just werent true. It just need to say plain as day “This will in no way effect current medical marijuana laws at all.” Also with the whole corparation take over which were the biggest idiots out of them all. First why would Phillip Moris Risk getting going to federal prison since the feds would bust them faster then they could even really do any business. Look i dont like the corporations either i feel that have way to much power but i need the products they supply and im not going to go all ted kaczynski and live out in the woods so really get real people.

  16. Im an old man who cant be live his eyes. The time eill come when we will see real open debate on cannabis.

  17. @#8 David:
    who care about details like that. they can always be changed. get it legalized first, then hammer out the details later. you will NEVER get a “perfect” bill through because way too many people have different visions of a perfect bill. legalize first, smooth things over after that. if the taxes are too high, they will be lowered because not many people at all will pay for them.

  18. Pill or plant?
    What’s the difference between THC in a pill or THC in a plant?
    The difference [is] the absence of the other cannabinoids contained in the whole plant [the most nutritionally complete whole food known to man] that are essential for the maintenance of good health. Pharmacy is not successful [does not have the ability to mimic the whole plant material – God’s own Non-Competition Clause] – thank God for that. So! if you’re going to make a THC pill – “The Pill” – why not – include all of the other cannabinoids in the pill – or – just prescribe the whole plant material? Government’s non-sense can be real confusing – but – not surprisingly so. So! if you extract the “only psychoactive cannabinoid – THC” from the whole plant material – WHAT DO YOU HAVE LEFT? And for God’s sake – what’s a harmless plant [the most nutritionally complete whole food known to man] doing in schedule I?
    It, most certainly, is an enigma – being hidden in plain sight. It appears, with a high degree of certainty, that “THC is a government monopoly,” and will remain so by its federal prohibition. government will re-enforce its position with its Supremacy Clause over state sovereignty, and “No home grow” legislation in all fifty states. No one can touch the plant – because – there will be no plant to touch – and – if you do touch it, that will be a federal felony.
    Deja vu – Genesis II:15,16,17
    15. The Lord God took the man and placed him in the Garden of Eden – “to till it and to keep it.” 16. and the Lord commanded the man thus…”From every tree of the Garden you may eat… 17. but, from the “Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, you must not eat…for the day you eat of it you must die.”
    Good-bye innocence, adios Paradise, and may I introduce you to death – no more eternity for you. No more Garden. It’s a strange land for you – and – you will be strangers in it. Your death sentence, and your punishment, will be executed by your culmination of life, the observations, the experiences, and the wisdom gained from them. “It’s up to you!”
    It all sounds like a Godly position – “Don’t touch my plant – or – you will die.”

  19. Today I am feeling optimistic and a bit cheeky….let’s get both coasts and then meet in the middle…and let’s do it soon!

  20. Further Along..
    # Boomer Says:
    March 4th, 2011 at 12:22 pm
    Does anyone even bother to look into how these herbal smokes are made? They are extracted from lichen using essential oils, the result is much more potent than actual THC and it even has physically addictive properties that arent in MJ. in short the only thing that made Spice better than the real thing was that it didnt show up on a drug test and to me that is the real reason that it is being banned. The government likes to be able to find out what we have been doing if they choose to do so, soon people who use even recreational drugs like pot wont even be able to leave their house or drive a car without living in fear. There are thousands of drugs that have no schedule and more are discovered everyday, they will continue to substitute the real thing until we can find a way to regulate our drug problem. Look at the problem with these “bath salts” that shit is so dangerous but people shove it up their nose all day long, makes me sick.”
    Free Cannabis

  21. This police state makes me sick, so much regulation, so many Laws, too many fat lawyers and cops, I wonder how this has happened.

  22. The regulation of Medicine shall forever be Forbidden, and the agencies.
    Let the doctors do their jobs, the healers, not the cops, not the enforcement officers swat teams, it is time to reject this offense to public.

  23. To Ben, the decriminalization and medical MJ, has been put up for vote at least 15 times in the last 11 yrs., but our law makers keep turning it down. My doctor has gone to Harrisburg, every year for those 11 yrs, to speak on behalf of medical MJ. Hell, I’ve gotten high w/3 of our Reps. They’re all for decriminalization for responsible, adult use of it and using it for medical purposes. BUT, it still gets nowhere here in the Keystone State.

  24. I find it very disturing how our governmet views what is going on at our border. They are starting to see it as a national secutity threat, which it is in my veiw, but are flurting with violent means of a solution, military on our border. At what point will we be drawn into a civil war there? Why do our government officials always veiw violent means as a way to solve problems when there a non-violent alternative. They refuse to even talk about this non- violent alternative to violence and more death and destruction…legalization of cannabis . It would be a start, yet they dont even want to try it.
    Its disturbing to think the only solution our government can come up with is more violence, more death , more destruction. ..and that on that side of the border.
    Here they see more arrests, more ruined families, more prisons,more laws removing the freedom of the people, more taxes to fund this ruining of America, a further militarized police force, deaths of non-violent drug comsumers, deaths of innocents caught up in thier raids, dead pets on and on..
    They see all this as the solution here…
    Disturbing…scary…very saddening.
    Has our government been paralized ? Are they so Politically correct that violence is the only answer. Who are they afraid of offending? Not us, thats for sure.
    The non-violent means to end violence, death and destruction here and there.

  25. Cannabis prohibition is doomed to failure, as it is based on a series of total “un-realities”, which no amount of repression can make “real”. Cannabis is NOT physically addictive as it lacks a documented physical withdrawal syndrome, the so-called “gateway drug theory discredited as invalid, much touted by the DEA drug Marinol is not at all the same as medicinal cannabis, smoking Cannabis does not increase the risk of lung cancer, and cannabis use suppresses violent behavior. These are REALITIES! To further say that Cannabis plant does not have medicinal properties is simply delusional and is a complete “break” with “reality”. If anti-Cannabis repression by the DEA and its allies were to be intensified, the rate of alcohol, cocaine, opiates, other hard drugs, alcohol, and dangerous prescription drugs would increase sharply. Neither the DEA, not its minions can make people perceive Cannabis as “unsafe”, where is in reality it is quite safe, much safer than alcohol and other alternatives. With the rise of the use of alcohol/hard drugs, the amount of violence and mayhem in this society will also rise, something that every mother and wife should consider. In these hard economic times our so-called “representatives” do not even dare talking about cutting the bloated DEA budget, especially its so-called “marijuana” enforcement, while they are willing to discuss cutting everything else. This is because the DEA and its minions are very good with attaching labels, and no one wants to risk being “labeled” as “soft on drugs”! The employment drug tests have a potential of “screening out” “Picassos”, and Lady GaGa’s, and Willie Nelsons, but letting people like Charlie Sheen and Mel Gibson slip through (if the employers are “lucky”). And to say that Cannabis Plant does not have medicinal properties is simply delusional! Cannabis prohibition, as based on glaring scientific and philosophical “un-realities” and can never succeed in the long run!

  26. Here in New England(and upstate n.y.) cannabis consumption is so socially entrenched among such a diverse array of social, economic, and racial groups that when the people begin to lose their sense of paranoia and fear against a broken system, debate and ultimately; change becomes an inevitability. Marijuana has been CT’s #1 agricultural product since 1997 outproducing all other legally grown products in the nutmeg state. That means marijuana GROWN in ct-not including the large influx of lower-grade marijuana imported into the state and sold. No differentiation is currently made between someone using guns and violence to import pounds of marijuana into the state; and someone with disease or ailment who would grow plants for relief. And we should ask why do criminals and gangs sell what is ultimately a dried flower with leaves and stems and seeds when the could sell powders and pills for more profit. The answer lies in the fact that there will always be individuals who are willing to profit off whatever commodity they can. The “gateway effect” of marijuana use is that it exposes children and citizens to those who will sell ANYONE- ANY DRUG, just to make a buck. And the people are beginning to realize this needs to stop. The differentiation must be made. This plant needs to be regulated, to keep it from the children-the same way our laws actually work to keep liquor and cigarettes away from children and those who would sell such things to them. This plant needs to be made available to those who are sick and could benefit positively from its’ use. And our limited law enforcement dollars need to be better spent on reducing violent crimes that harm our citizens; not arresting and incarcerating individuals for smoking something no more harmful than our no.2 agricultural crop: tobacco. Which NO ONE is smoking for any theraputic benefit. People are beginning to see the lunacy of a man dying of cancer allowed to smoke tobacco until it kills him; but prohibited from smoking any quantity of a plant several medical organizations recognize as having genuine medicinal benefit. The truth is coming out-and it won’t go back.

    No sir! You’re not King – so – you’ll do what the King tells you to do – and – the King tells you to defeat “any attempt” to legalize cannabis. “Lie your ass off” if you have to – or – even if you don’t have to.
    No sir! Your not the King. “There are no Kings in America” – and – that goes for “My – delusional – Evil Brother” that you work for…King…”King a shling a ring a ding ding].” But – you can – be proud of yourself – for your obedience to My Evil Brother – for your outstanding dedication – to lie your ass off. Do they have a “Lie Czar?” Ya! They do!!!
    Rebel with a Cause
    Los Angeles Colony

  28. 38 I agree
    The DEA are a disgrace they should be taken out executed, all the cops who subscribe and aspire to be be drug cops should be lined up and hung.
    In the meantime the US refuses to change the laws, so many fat lawyers, so many fat cops, please GOD

  29. As more states decriminalize (small fine for under an ounce) it will become clearer to the Feds that marijuana MUST be removed from Schedule 1.

  30. I was born & raised in LA, Jack (Herer) was my friend, in ’96 I sat gy his side while he reg. voters for215’s place on the ballot… LISTEN… I live in Pittsburgh now… STOP! CHILDREN!… now this place politically for cannabis legislation needs to be pressured- when things happen in Pittsburgh, things also somehow happen in DC… SOMETHINGS HAPPENIN HERE, WHAT IT IS…? Every politician in Pgh ends up in DC, THE OWNER OF THE LOCAL FOOTVALL TEAM IS THE AMBASSADOR OF IRELAND allofasudden!… EVERYBODY LOOK WHATS GOIN DOWN!!!… NORML has only been here a little over a year and they’re in trouble! Hunter Thompson once did an article about trying to give democracy to a country that never experienced it before, that’s Pittsburgh, closed off and unaware of Liberty. They’d sure like it though, it would be hard to get used to, but boy oh boy 🙂 ! The energy on the west coast created by San Fran etc etc etc… that excitement spread but not here – not ever. Help us , and it will help you. Please, I have seen liberty, and we’re in trouble… oh boy, trouble trouble… 🙁 tyranny my goodness, AND A WAY IN… SOS!

  31. Nic #42. Anytime you suggest we hang Drug cops and the DEA you are making otherwise peaceful law abiding marijuana smoking citizens look bad. They will never be hung and to even suggest it gives them more ammunition to use against us. ( Look at those evil pot smoking hippies suggesting we die because we are doing our jobs! I’ll bust more of their heads open when I catch them.) The majority of marijuana using citizens are peaceful, non violent, hard working, law abiding with the exception of their use of marijuana. The Police are not the problem the law is the problem. Some Police even realize that the law is wrong. They have their job to do and are a necessary part of any society. Now I personally would like to see the DEA downgraded to dealing only with hard drugs. Marijuana users are the low hanging fruit. We are easy to catch. Some people drive around smoking marijuana. What an easy catch! Marijuana smell in the car….you’re busted! THC in your urine ….you lose your job. Hard drugs get out of your system in a matter of days. Marijuana will be legalized when we get tired of wasting money on incarceration and the industrial monopoloies figure out a way to make money off of it. Keep after the politicians and let them know where you stand on the issue of marijuana. People are just too afraid to lose their job or too afraid of being outed. One more thing you can do. Get on the jury and vote not guilty to all marijuana crimes. If the politicians don’t change the law the people can change the law. Vote not guilty!

  32. Be aware that to get on the jury you will have to lie. They will ask you if you believe in the current marijuana laws or are you for changing them. This is one of the few instances where lying is better than telling the truth. If you say you want to change the law you will never get on the jury! How can we ever get a jury of our peers if they exclude anyone that wants to change the law? It’s just not going to happen. Then you will get the dog and pony show that will convict the marijuana culprit. It may be true it may be a lie but the full force of the government will be against the marijuana defendant. Once again, if the defendant cannot get a fair trial by a jury of his peers, or at least some of his peers, hang the jury. You will not make any friends with the other jurrors. Lots of people will be mad at you. You may not even have the guts to vote against a bad law that unjustly imprisons people for using a God given herb. If enough juries don’t convict they will stop wasting their time trying to convict. I say it is our God given right to use the herb marijuana. The government does not constitutionally have the right to make it criminal. Wake up people get on the jury and vote not guilty!

  33. The hour of our redemption is here. Your patriots have demonstrated an unswerving and resolute devotion to the principles of freedom that challenges the best that is written on the pages of human history. We the People now call upon your supreme effort that the government may know from the temper of an aroused and outraged united people within that they are forced to contend with.
    Rally to US. Let the indomitable spirit of California, Oregon, and Washington lead on. As the lines of this battle roll forward to bring you within the zone of opportunity, rise up and strike down this injustice. Strike this injustice at every favorable opportunity. For your homes and hearths, strike this injustice! For future generations of your sons and daughters, strike at this injustice! In the name of your sacred dead, strike at this injustice! Let no heart be faint. The guidance of divine God points the way. Follow in His Name to the Holy Grail of righteous victory over this injustice!
    Sign the petition and put the government on notice.

  34. I stand by my thoughts, drug cops are an abomination they should be hunted down like dogs, hung and in those high places of high honor Ms Clinton along with her husband should be rounded up and hung.
    Obama stand up and become a Leader.
    Bomb the bastards blow them up, with my last breath and prayer.

  35. We are “law abiding” citizens. We are not “unjust law abiding” citizens. So! if My Evil Brother thinks that we are going to follow his word and way – he can stick that in his bong and smoke it – and – that’s that.
    San Diego Colony

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