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Re: “Dan Rather Goes on a Marijuana Mission in Humboldt for AXS.TV

We are definitely mainstream when they pump enough Geritol into Dan to send him across country to do a story on marijuana.

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Posted by claygooding on 11/07/2013 at 2:20 PM

Re: “Bud Bubbles - Marijuana Money's in Leasing, Not Farming

The green rush will be just like the gold rush in the 1800's,,the suppliers of the materials and services required to produce the marijuana will be the really big winners,,money talks and back breaking labor makes the least.

Posted by claygooding on 09/24/2013 at 9:56 AM

Re: “Drug War Budget Cuts Might Gut Prevention

When no one in America was willing to build the "treatment" centers in every town in America to handle all those court ordered marijuana addicts,it blew Obama's and the drug warriors plan to hit the pot users in the wallet out of the water.

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Posted by claygooding on 02/05/2012 at 2:38 PM

Re: “San Francisco Dispensaries' Annual Sales Estimate: $41 Million

Greed caused the prohibition of hemp and greed will end it.

When America gets tired of just getting what the cops can seize and giving the rest of it to criminals,it will end.

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Posted by claygooding on 02/01/2012 at 1:08 PM

Re: “RAND Study: Prop 19 Would Increase National Security

Those good old Rand boys,volunteering this study that sounds helpful but spreads more propaganda.

Another propaganda ploy because the estimates last summer were that the cartels make appx 30/40 billion dollars a year from marijuana smuggling. Some analysts report that that is a conservative estimate.

The drug warriors are trying to downplay the importance and magnitude of damage legalizaing marijuana nation wide would do to the cartels.
Now we can expect to hear from another federally funded study that 2 billion dollars is not enough impact to help the Mexican Army to defeat the cartels.

How does an estimate of 65% of the cartels income drop from 30/40 billion to 2 billion?
Propaganda.

Posted by claygooding on 10/12/2010 at 2:46 PM

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