David DeCot 
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Re: “The IRS and Melinda Haag’s True Goal Is To Snuff Out Medical Pot in California

The real question here is who is pulling her strings... It's my guess that some political strategist in the Obama camp has suggested that going after pot clubs in California is a safe way to look tough in the war on drugs. Come election time, the President can site his administration's raids on these clubs in an effort to garner votes amongst swing voters in states around the country. California won't be going red anytime soon, so he's got nothing to lose politically. It's that simple. Another ethically corrupt politician playing politics.

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Posted by David DeCot on 04/18/2012 at 10:19 PM

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