Drugs This Week on Drugs
posted by July 18 at 18:00 PMon
Mess in Texas: Prosecutors used seized money to rent a margarita machine.
Blow Up in Oklahoma: Publisher sues sports fan for fabricating story about quarterbacks caught with cocaine.
Ayahuasca: Peruvian government approve tripping for “entering the secrets of the spiritual world.”
California: Prison reform and sentencing measure makes ballot.
Ciao: Point one, Italian Rastas exist. Point two, one had pot charges dropped for religious accommodations.
Auf Wiedersehen: Ketamine comas help cure pain in Germany.
Aloha: State of Hawaii accidentally emails medical-marijuana registry to newspaper.
Loco: McCain spokeswoman babbles incoherently about Obama, drugs, and nuclear facilities.
Obama in his book about his father talked about his use of drugs. And I think it’s disingenuous of people to vote for somebody for President when you won’t allow a drug user in any secure or nuclear facility. Yet we as a nation, are willing to consider making somebody President of the United States I think that speaks very poorly…Bill Clinton said he smoked but he didn’t inhale…But he didn’t come out and flagrantly say he used drugs…and if that’s going to be our standard God helps us in nuclear facilities and secure facilities who have this kind of history … and this nation must be very careful when it lowers the bar on who and what it will accept.