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Author Topic: Leave it to California to be HIGH above the curve  (Read 1506 times)
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« Reply #10 on: Feb 26, 2009 at 14:30 »

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(well, until non libertarian right wing nuts get the power back).


Oh, I'm sure that any day now I'll be receiving mailouts about my moral duty to oppose such action by our evil, left-wing, satanist, Nazi, Communist, anti-American president.  It's okay, the paper is pretty good starter for a bonfire.


Elvis records?

Catcher in the Rye?


No, wait, you're one o' them newfangled type preachers, don't mind sippin wine spritzers and lettin' liberals on the property without a-shootin' 'em...
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« Reply #11 on: Feb 27, 2009 at 13:22 »

It's Kentucky's biggest cash crop too, so why the hell not tax it?

Kentucky actually surpasses California in yearly cannabis production, and is #1 in the nation. Way to go Wildcats!



Yeah, I was pretty sure it did, but didn't have the facts in front of me, and didn't want to make erroneous statements.  At least not when I was sober...

And yes, allowing farmers to grow hemp would be another great thing that would come from legalizing marijuana. 
These two crops together could absolutely revitalize the economy and the farming industry.

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« Reply #12 on: Feb 27, 2009 at 17:52 »

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No, wait, you're one o' them newfangled type preachers, don't mind sippin wine spritzers and lettin' liberals on the property without a-shootin' 'em...

Kentucky Bourbon ain't no spritzer!

I try to keep the politics out of the pulpit as much as possible.  But honestly, if I hear one more thing about "That communist n****r up thar spendin' our hard-earned money," I'm goin' off on someone's ignorant a$$.

Oh, I'm sure many would be mortified at this idea to legalize hemp, but the head pastor and I both agreed (not publicly) that it was not a bad idea.
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« Reply #13 on: Feb 27, 2009 at 18:08 »

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No, wait, you're one o' them newfangled type preachers, don't mind sippin wine spritzers and lettin' liberals on the property without a-shootin' 'em...

Kentucky Bourbon ain't no spritzer!


Preacher in the Rye.
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