Here's my theory - your boy Barry got the nod from Bilderberg, along with the now infowar-losing Ms. Clinton, now she new what was up, but Barry, he was still a little naive. Remember how young he looked just 3 years ago? I think he actually believed all the hopey-changey rhetoric he was spouting until the day he was sat down in a dark, smokey room, sometime between November 2008 and January 2009, heck they may have even let him have one last nice "Holiday" around the end of 2008.
So, in this dark smokey room at the head of the table, sat a very large man in a white suit, smoking a hand rolled Cuban. He snapped his fingers, the room got dimmer and an old time movie projector started to click up to speed. On the wall, behind the fat man, a scene appeared, shot from behind a fence, with a rifle muzzle in frame. The next thing Barry sees is John F. Kennedy's motorcade turning the corner, and a few seconds later the shot zooms in to show his head explode in much more detail than damn near anyone outside that room had ever seen before. The projector flapped to a stop, lights came up, Barry rubbed his eyes, and the fat man leaned back and said, "The next time we have to do something like this, it will be the wife and children that fall into the perpetrator's lap not the other way around." He paused to judge Barry's reaction and then asked, "Any questions?" Barry replied, "Just one, what's my agenda?"
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Iron Mountain The Blue Print For Tyranny
I really think Molly needs a friend, and I know just the person, she was wearing a red skirt at the Volbeat concert at the Wilma, her skirt said in big bold letters, "I AM DRUG FREE." She was holding a red cup and smoking a cigarette. Wait, unless that WAS Molly...
@Ed Doctor - 100% correct, propaganda. This is a hit piece on Cannabis, I honestly want to go collect every single Missoula independant that I can find and burn them, unless someone else beats me to it.
On Friday, Senate Bill 423 will hit the books. When the law takes effect July 1, patients will still be allowed medical marijuana but it will be much harder to obtain. One wrong move, like not reporting any change in the cardholder's name, address, physician, provider, or marijuana-infused products providers or change in the status of the cardholder's debilitating medical condition within 10 days of the change, or any felony or any drug charge conviction, and the patient's card is void. Depending on the nature of the wrong move the patient may face a permanent ban from ever holding a registry card again under this law. Caregivers who are brave enough to continue as providers under this new law must pay for and submit to an FBI background check. A physician who provides written certification for more than 24 patients in a year must pay for and submit to a review by the board of medical examiners. The math is pretty easy there, that would be 2 patients per month, times the number of doctors willing to write Cannabis certifications, under this new law. Remember, 0(zero) times any number is still 0(zero). Speaking of numbers, this law also requires the department of public health and human services to create a hotline specifically for the purpose of reporting "abuses" of the provisions set forth in this law. If you don't know the meaning of the word "Draconian" please look it up.
@Montana Biotech: If you can edit your post please amend #2 to read BUT IF YOU SIGN THE SAME PETITION TWICE YOUR SIGNATURE(s) WILL NOT COUNT.
Death Metal is not my favorite sub-genre, but Amon Amarth is definately worth a listen and you can request them here...
Government works less efficiently when it begins to grow out of control and takes on more and more of the responsibilities that belong to the citizens. -Jesse Ventura
Government's role should be only to keep the playing field level, and to work hand in hand with business on issues such as employment. But beyond this, to as great an extent as possible, it should get the hell out of the way. -Jesse Ventura
I also believe that government has no business telling us how we should live our lives. I think our lifestyle choices should be left up to us. What we do in our private lives is none of the government's business. That position rules out the Republican Party for me. -Jesse Ventura
I don't believe we need the government's help as much as some think we do. That belief sets me apart from the Democrats, since their way of dealing with everything is to tax and spend. -Jesse Ventura
I can't find the one I really wanted but it goes something like this...
I'd rather have the government trying to ensure my freedoms than trying to ensure my safety.
Omg Per has long hair in that pic!!!
Rise, Metal, Rise \m/
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