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Re: “Attorney general belatedly discovers corruption in Arkansas. Some questions for her news conference today.

There is so much corruption in this country, I seem to have missed the article or the breaking news, that it became legal, at some point. Well, that certainly tears it. Politicians who have good intentions, and honesty, are complicit, when they themselves, do not weed out these crooks and turn them in. By extension, this means they are all rotten. I can smell it in D.C., all the way from Hot Springs.
Then again, they are not the FBI, are they? Not even the FBI is the FBI anymore.

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Posted by CannaPatient on 06/28/2018 at 5:10 AM

Re: “More smells arise from marijuana permitting. Bottom line: Do it over.

I say, we should let them get the business of getting the crops in the ground, started. Then we can gut the board, and vote to add some changes to the State Constitution. Even if those who we TRUST to follow the rules (as we are expected to do), are to be held to higher standards, don't give a SPIT about laws. We need to get the dispensaries stocked and open! People are still suffering and dying in this state, and they are the top priority, as this is who we doing this for.
I thought so, anyway.

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Posted by CannaPatient on 06/28/2018 at 4:44 AM

Re: “Money talks: Rot in Little Rock, rot in D.C.

I tried not to post this, but I have no idea how these people can show their faces in public, when it comes to light that they have been trying to stab the patients in the back, and play us for the money they have no claim to. This is making me sicker by the minute, and makes me want to throw up on some politician's shoes. Or on the seat of his fancy new car, whatever comes up first.

Posted by CannaPatient on 04/27/2018 at 2:23 PM

Re: “Money talks: Rot in Little Rock, rot in D.C.

The government, somewhat surprisingly, chose not to call Paris to the stand. Too bad. Paris seems to be quite the character. According to evidence presented at the trial, his text-message response to the alleged scheme to funnel money to the college via legalized medical marijuana: "I think it is great to take money from Satan and Kingdom of darkness and put it to Kingdom of God use."

That's rich. Satan creates nothing, but lost souls. Leave it to a confused Christian, to designate one of God's plants, as satanic. What a moron. Still buying into the lies and false rhetoric of the federal government, eh, Paris?

"A lie is a lie, even if everyone believes it, and the truth is still truth, even if no one believes it."

Posted by CannaPatient on 04/27/2018 at 2:17 PM

Re: “Tom Cotton talks Russia, North Korea, opioids, and medical marijuana

Tom Cotton. Where do I start? Oh, I dunno, how about how he does that cute thing where he is still unsure of himself, and talks out both sides of his face, while having plenty to say, and says nothing. He has no spine to speak of when it comes to helping people who can't help themselves. He forgets (did he ever know?) about how many of the very children he is worried about (yeah, right), have had their many seizure related conditions, have been modulated down to nothing (in many cases!), so they can go back to school, learn who they are, and learn to prepare for their lives. He would seemingly leave them to suffer, while all drugged up on those special drugs pharma loves to zone them out on. How about his buddy, Westerman, who has a degree in forestry, and knows full well that trees are not the best choice, for paper, clothing, lubricants, vehicle parts, and again, medicine. Cotton was an officer in the military (…), has some smarts (Harvard and Yale???), and still cannot see his way clear, to help his own Constituency help themselves. These guys have the brains to understand the science, but don't give enough of a damn, to allow us to have this plant available, once again. It was here, before Congress was even thought of. In fact well before The 'Murican Empire was even known about (Well, maybe the Native Americans who lived here, knew about it!). I am ashamed to even think about calling this guy, a Veteran. He isn't MY fellow veteran. he's a sell-out. IMHO.

These people make me sad, and feel for the voters, workers, Farmers, and others from ALL walks of life, who live here, and are made to suffer, because some politician, wants to make a good impression, on the higher up politician he needs to suck up to, and spends hours on the phone begging for Donations.

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Posted by CannaPatient on 04/09/2018 at 5:10 AM

Re: “Cotton Plant, Ark., makes the big time thanks to marijuana

Vanessa, Denver has been seeing gentrification, for the last couple of years. My daughter even left Denver, because of it.

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Posted by CannaPatient on 03/25/2018 at 9:30 PM

Re: “Cotton Plant, Ark., makes the big time thanks to marijuana

Mr Goin for the record, shouldn't that be GFTR?

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Posted by CannaPatient on 03/25/2018 at 9:29 PM

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