Choom Gang: Some Twitter users awfully excited that ‘Obama legalized pot’

Can we believe that President Obama legalized weed? No, no we can’t. Mostly because he didn’t.

Colorado and Washington state recently legalized recreational marijuana. But despite Obama’s admission that he inhaled as a teenager, his Drug Enforcement Administration hasn’t exactly been encouraging the munchies.

Of course, that’s not stopping the “news” that Obama legalized pot from spreading far and wide.

Yeah! Dumshits.

Ding ding ding! We have a winner!

Hey, mellow out, man. You’re harshing their buzz.

  • imme

    The way I look it at it, in 2008 we were sentenced to 8 years in prison – with the possibility of parole after 4. Last week, the parole board turned us down. So it’s another 4 years in prison. Not to worry though, when it’s clear by 2016 that Obama is capable of jack shit, a Democrat won’t be able to be elected dog catcher.

    • Sue

      I SO hope you are right!

    • nc

      Ok, but what was our crime?

      • Scott

        Letting osama win the election, silly. Have u been smoking the legalized marijuana already? 😉

      • Vennoye

        Yeah, I didn’t want him either time!!

    • Jamie Wilson

      Unfortunately, that’s what we said in 2009. The dems GAINED more than they lost. We need to get a move on come 2014.

  • Sue

    Wow … un-freakin’-belieavable! So … I wonder who exactly has custody of the brain? They are obviously sharing one.

    • SineWaveII

      They’re all hanging around waiting for him to show up. Like Cheech and Chong’s “waiting for Dave”. ‘Don’t answer the phone’

    • Adela Wagner

      Yep, one big ol COLLECTIVE brain cell. (Libs love that word “collective”)

  • CombatDiver

    This ( along with many other incidents ) shows the true idiocy and moral decay of the typical/average obama voter.

    • Bodongs

      Don’t be ridiculous, it is easy to cherry pick tweets like this to make a group look uninformed. I could string together a list of conservatives who think evolution hasn’t been proven and seem like the brightest bulb in the room too.

    • Bodongs

      Don’t be ridiculous, it is easy to cherry pick tweets like this to make a group look uninformed. I could string together a list of conservatives who think evolution hasn’t been proven and seem like the brightest bulb in the room too.

  • Tony0920

    I’m registered independent. I voted Romney. I work for a living. I can’t partake for fear of drug testing in the event of on the job injury. I’m a child of the seventies. I’m realistic. And I wish it were so. Life goes on. No regrets.

  • Zane Henry

    I’ll giggle when, just like 2009, Holder the Barbarian will start federal raids on businesses selling ‘legalized’ pot.

  • Steve_J

    If proof was ever needed that grass will make you stupid it’s posted above.

    • Adela Wagner

      These are the ones Obama relies on for votes. The Stoopid Party. They are ignorant. However, I do believe in freedom and very small government and that if one wishes to grow a plant, and dry and smoke it, they , under our Constitution, have the Freedom to do so. Alcohol makes people VERY stupid, and mean and crazy. Not all people, but a lot and we tried that who prohibition thing and what did it do? It drove it underground and criminals got rich, there was a lot of crime over it…sound familiar? I say freedom first. Create jobs growing and packaging it, regulate it, and tax it. 14 Billion dollar industry per year in CA. alone.

      • Adela Wagner

        And no I am not a liberal. My mom came here from Cuba in 1958, I know what freedom means. And I know Obama reminds me of a cross between Castro, Hitler and an asshole.

  • Joe W.

    And these are our future leaders??? We are screwed, folks. Without Vaseline, too…

    • SineWaveII

      Ouch

  • SwTk

    OhMaGd, Sersly. Omana maje wede legle. Now way! I cn see sht rollen. We be KRUNK… Oh I just cant do it anymore. Let them eat each other. Phew! Sick of it.

    • SwTk

      Hey Streetbird. Here are your peeps. Why are you so silent? Come out, Come out where ever you are… DICK~

      • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

        He’s choomin right now, man!

        • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

          He’s probably as high as a cat who’s eaten an entire bag of catnip. Although the cat is still 1,000 times smarter.

      • Teresa Davis McCormick

        lol i was thinking the same thing my self.

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      I’m rollin’ laughing, thanks Matthew!

  • SineWaveII

    Man, are the people on the left total retards or what?

  • Jason

    Proof that the mind affecting DRUG is just that.

    Pot makes you stupid.

  • mrparker1

    I wish he would legalize it, along with PCP, heroin, methamphetamines, MDMA and good old fashioned barbiturates. Just go to any pharmacy and show your EBT card.
    We need to clorox the gene pool.

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

      Plus, it would be really easy to eliminate over half of all the legal Democrat voters. Sure, they’d still vote dead people but would have to work really hard to fill in all those names.

      • Vennoye

        At least, they would probably be too high to get out and vote.

    • $6557272

      No way! Heroin is a gateway drug. (total sarcasm)

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      Mushrooms, man, mushrooms!!

  • Scott

    Now I know why there has been such a big jump in foodstamp recipients, EVERYONE IS GONNA HAVE THE MUNCHIES!!!

  • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

    Let’s see here. Baraka was a choom fiend as a yout’ and has apparently “legalized pot”

    He also started eating dogs as a yout’….better hide Fido!!

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      He was hungry and there was no food available when he got his pot munchies. Great now I have an image of the episode of “Family Guy” where Peter Griffin and Pres. Clinton were high as kites and saw a pig in a field..

  • Liberal Hater

    Stupid stoners.

  • http://www.facebook.com/rob.phelps.ind Robert Phelps

    I love the one in which the girl thinks Obama legalized weed in Washington DC. Probably never heard of the State of Washington. I didn’t know Obama had such far reaching powers, wow he truly is the Messiah…..(puff, puff, cough, snort)

  • Back 4 More

    I applaud Colorado and Washigton for atleast trying to reclaim their state’s rights. You can bet pharmaceutical lobbyists will be working overtime writing bills for the senate to pass off as their own. The pharmaceutical industry has a higher profit margin than any buisness in the world except for the Catholic church. They have spent decades buying off our politicians and trying to demonize marijuana, they’re not going to let this go without a fight.
    The fact that these idiots above seem to think that their messiah had anything to do with 2 states passing laws that contradict federal legislation just goes to show how well ill informed our public really is. You folks can bash Colorado and Washington all you want but I think having a couple of states that are actually trying to follow the constitution is a step in the right direction.

    • Judith Lewis

      Why does anyone want pot to be legalized in the first place? They made cigarettes all but illegal but stinking pot is just great? Why would you want to do that to yourself? Please, someone, explain it to me. It’s filthy and scientifically proven to be just as deadly as cigarettes, maybe more so. Why do people feel the need to put themselves into a stupor? It’s really disgusting and stupid to say the least. join the Peace Corp. Do your homework. Do something positive like help your parents around the house. Take up an extreme sport. GET A HOBBY!!!

      • Back 4 More

        Many people would like to use Marijuana rather than alcohol or opiates because it is not nearly as unhealthy or addictive as either. No, it hasn’t been proven to be as deadly as cigarettes. What has been proven is that it is much more effective than many pharmaceutical products for a myriad of health issues. I, like most people, can’t smoke pot regardless of any state law because of drug testing at work. Nobody is trying to force you to smoke weed, we just don’t want the government dictating what we can do in our free time. I don’t have the luxury of helping my parents around the house and I’m a little old to be joining the peace corps or doing homework. Can’t a person have a hobby and still smoke a joint when they feel like it? I have a hobby (music) which, thankfully, provides some extra income, but I’m pretty sure I could manage to play the guitar and smoke weed at the same time. In fact, I’m certain of it.

        • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

          And I don’t want want to smell it or be forced to (IE- People lighting them up outside of buildings like cigarettes). They shouldn’t smoke it while driving or when they think they might drive. It slows down reaction time considerably.

          • Back 4 More

            I’m assuming it would be treated like alcohol where you can’t just stand on the sidewalk and consume it, and obviously you should never drive when using any kind of substance. It doesn’t hurt your driving as bad as alcohol but it certainly doesn’t help. Not saying weed is healthy, just saying compared to alcohol and pain pills it’s much less unhealthy.

        • Judith Lewis

          Yeah, that’s just what we need, an American work going to work every morning in rush hour traffic high on weed from a night of doing what they want in their free time. If you’re an adult, then act like one. As a reasonable adult human being, you know better than to try to convince other reasonable adult human beings that pot is safe. Common sense plus the medical community says otherwise. There are carcinogens in marijuana much the same as in cigarettes and as an adult you know that sucking smoke into your lungs is harmful to your health. After the California experiment, we all know that “medical marijuana” is a farce so that argument is a joke. If society hated cigarettes and cigarette smokers, of which I was one, to the point they have banned it almost everywhere, do you really believe pot could be legalized by that same society? If so, Americans are even bigger hypocrites than we all thought and they should shut up about cigarettes. I could go on but you get the idea. I understand the concept of freedom for adults but, unfortunately, the term “adult” does not apply to most people these days who basically think like children when it comes to self control.

          • Back 4 More

            I never said pot is healthy, I said it’s much less unhealthy than alcohol and opiates. Ask a cancer patient on chemo if medical marijuana is a joke. Independent studies show far different results than the ones held by pharmaceutical companies. Clearly, you have absolutely no knowledge about marijuana other than what the pharmaceutical propaganda machine has fed you. Which do you think is safer, someone driving to work after smoking a joint the night before, or that same person driving to work after getting drunk the night before? When you get ready to ban alcohol and pain pills then you can tell me I’m not an adult for preferring a much less unhealthy and destructive alternative. Until then you’re just another judgemental, uninformed hypocrite.

      • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

        I agree, I hung around some pot smokers in high school and they always reeked of it. It smells god awful, and well since I’m allergic to cigarette smoke, this stuff just kills my lungs.

  • Penmar

    OMG, the scariest thing is that those same mental midgets are going to be in charge of this country some day.

  • orringtonmom (D)

    … and this is your brain on drugs.

    • $6557272

      Have you tried marijuana?

      • orringtonmom (D)

        nope. aaaand that means….?

        • $6557272

          Then how can you have an opinion about how it affects your thinking? And there is no scientific evidence it damages your brain. You’re prejudiced on the topic, and that’s it.

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            Let’s just say anyone I’ve known who smoked pot on a regular basis was no tower of intelligence. And they reeked.

          • $6557272

            People you know. Wow, big sample

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            LoL

          • orringtonmom (D)

            i can have an opinion on anything i want to have an opinion. that’s why it’s called an opinion.

          • $6557272

            I could hear you stomp your foot after that last comment, with your arms stretched down your sides.

          • orringtonmom (D)

            paranoia and hallucinations… please. go on.

          • orringtonmom (D)

            paranoia and hallucinations… please. go on.

        • $6557272

          You are referring me to a web site? Have you not heard of peer reviewed journals??? This is a NEWS REPORT on a new THEORY from ONE PERSON. However, I’ll rebut it anyway. Notice the phrases and words, “are largely unknown”, “suggesting”, “novel”. Novel means new, so they’re actually being redundant saying “novel new”. “Novel new brain pathway”, is talking about a new theory. By-the-way, you are “talking” with someone who smoked everyday all day long for 8 years when I was young. Do I seem to have schizophrenia tendencies? Are you ready to at least suggest to yourself, you may be forming an opinion with prejudice. As a real world example, Tommy Chong has admittedly smoked pot all his life. He has weird ideas, but if you’ll look him up on youtube, you’ll see he’s cogent and articulate. And incidentally, if you see him in his movies, he’s just acting.

          —FROM THE ARTICLE—–However, the mechanisms by which these drugs produce their sensory and mood altering effects within the brain ***ARE LARGELY UNKNOWN.—These findings are of great clinical relevance given recent evidence ***SUGGESTING*** that exposure to marijuana during adolescence can increase the likelihood of developing schizophrenia later in life,”—Furthermore, the findings by Laviolette’s laboratory identify a ***NOVEL***new brain pathway by which drugs acting on the cannabinoid system can distort the emotional relevance of incoming sensory information which in turn may lead to psychotic side-effects, such as paranoia, associated with heavy marijuana use.

          • orringtonmom (D)

            whoa. i referred you to a website? no. no paranoid tendencies at all. you should perform brain surgery.

          • $6557272

            Wow, what a rebuttal. Let me step aside for the mental giant.

          • orringtonmom (D)

            ok, we done?

          • Adela Wagner

            It seems hypocritical that conservatives and/or Republicans run around saying “small government”, then want to dictate what people should or should not do in the privacy of their home. I AM for small Gov. and I do not want anyone telling me what I can grow on MY land, use for barter,buy or not buy,smoke or not smoke, etc. as long as I do it peacefully, with respect to the laws of my state and in my own house or business, with other consenting adults. I think this is an issue for the states period. And in these few states, enough people were able to get it on the ballot and held a vote and it passed. THAT is the way we do things here in America. If you do not like the laws in your state, you can vote with your feet. Either you are for FREEDOM or you are not, there is no such thing as a little freedom according to our Constitution.

          • orringtonmom (D)

            unless it involves gun ownership and prayer meetings, right?

            i made no comment about the legalization of pot, by the way. but whatever. this has been fun, but i think i’m done.

          • Adela Wagner

            NEWS FLASH, just because someone is for legalization, it does not mean they use pot. I am a proud gun owner, hold my own personal prayer meetings usually more than once a day between myself and God, live in the woods and love to be left the hell alone.You did not have to make a “comment” ON legalization. The comments you made were very condescending to those who lean towards or are in full support of legalization. I respect FREEDOM, even when I do not agree with someone. I can also be personally against something, but realize others have the freedom to say it, believe it, drink it, eat it, smoke it, use it,wear it, or sit in it.

          • orringtonmom (D)

            ok, reread your last sentence and try to see what a big fucking hypocrite you are.

            i don’t care that pot is legalized. smoke the curtains, screw the family dog and juggle chainsaws at the same time for all i care.

            but thanks for “realizing” that i have the freedom to “say” what i “believe”. which is all i did before being told that i can’t have an opinion because i personally don’t smoke pot. no one asked me why i don’t, they just assumed it is because i’m some anti-pot goody goody.

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            As long as you aren’t on the roadways while intoxicated by THC and keep it in your home..I’m fine with it. And I don’t want to smell pot on people’s clothing. >_<

          • $6557272

            I already nailed you. You did not provide a scientific source. And it was all suggestive theory. You obviously don’t even understand this. As for whether or not I am done. Yeah, you get the last word, such as it is.

          • orringtonmom (D)

            you did not “nail” me and i don’t have to provide shit for you. as for whatever the hell you’re talking about, i give up. you make as much sense as a door knob. emphasis “knob”. if you’re still talking about the phantom link, seriously… seek help.

            offer you scientific proof for what? a reference to an 80s PSA in response to a line of ridiculously stupid tweets? like i said, i don’t give a flying fig what you smoke, where you smoke or even why you smoke. you seem to care more that I don’t smoke pot than i care that you do. which, once again, is under the heading “don’t care, never will”.

            not sure why you decided to launch your glorious asshattery at me when there were so many others making similar statements. i’d say i felt honored but in all reality… nah.

          • orringtonmom (D)

            ok, we done?

  • http://www.facebook.com/cameron.brown.7543 Cameron Brown

    So Obama has the ability to legalize marijuana in some states but not others? Huh? I live in Washington State and am fully expecting the feds to stop implementation of the law. I don’t partake and don’t intend to. I value what brain cells I have.

    • Michelle

      I watched how it goes down between Fed and local law enforcement when CA made medical marijuana legal. Feds don’t have the authority to stop the enactment of a state law, unless the DOJ sues the state and it eventually winds up in the Supreme Court (as we saw when the DOJ sought to block Arizona’s SB1070 illegal immigration law.) But when CA made medical marijuana legal, Federal law enforcement still had (and has) the right to enforce Federal laws pertaining to marijuana. If they wanted to, Feds (DEA) could go into the dispensaries here (they are literally stores among other shops in a commercial strip on a street) and shut them all down, but for some reason…they don’t. DEA shut down 10 dispensaries in CO when they made medical marijuana legal, but have since backed off. This is a whole other ballgame – across the board legalizing it – so while Feds can’t stop the law unless they take it to Supreme Court, certainly will be interesting to see if DEA continue to turn blind eye on Fed. marijuana laws.

      • $6557272

        I wonder if they are afraid the Supreme Court would decide for legalization. If you have not looked into the history of pot, you should do so. It was criminalized because black marijuana farmers were making a lot of money and having too good of time being high. I am a 52 year old white male who opposes affirmative action, and I believe back then, the white government could not stand seeing black marijuana farmers getting rich and high. It had nothing to do with science in terms of the risks and benefits of marijuana. It doesn’t need to be smoked either. It can be cooked into lollipops. Also, kids and adults are smoking it and they will continue whether it’s legal or not. Scientifically grown marijuana is 40 times stronger than street marijuana. Don’t panic, because that means a person only needs to take a small puff, rather than smoking a whole joint to get even better effects. I live in pain from a spinal disease, every minute of the day. I’ve tried street marijuana and I got great relief, and my pain connected depression was swept away. Marijuana is NOT addictive either, so a person can NOT bottom out. I have had experience with this when I was young. I smoked heavily for years, everyday all day, and it does not cause a person to hit rock bottom like people do with addictive drugs and alcohol, and when I got a job that caused me to quit, I had no withdrawal problems. I missed it and wanted it badly, but no physical withdrawal. Anyway, the pain. So here I am in pain everyday, when there is a solution out there with a very small risk, especially compared to the prescription pain meds I take, but because of the prejudice, I can not get access to relieve my pain. There are so many people on pot. And it’s not a gateway drug either. If you want to take that view, then alcohol is the gateway drug. Furthermore, if it was legal, people would go to a store and buy it. They wouldn’t have to go to a criminal (dealer), where people are exposed to harder drugs and where there is peer pressure to try harder drugs. So the gateway drug argument is bogus. And that argument is made by people who have never tried drugs. Also, marijuana is a huge millionaire maker for drug dealers, who protect their status with violence. Put them out of business.

        • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

          Marijuana has THC and THC is addictive.

          My ex went batty when I made him give up marijuana because I couldn’t take smoke of any kind, plus it’s illegal here and I didn’t want it in my apartment.

          I say keep it illegal and let the potheads keep getting arrested for it. It helps out the city nicely with their bonds.

          From the NDA: “Marijuana addiction is also linked to a withdrawal syndrome similar to that of nicotine withdrawal, which can make it hard to quit. People trying to quit report irritability, sleeping difficulties, craving, and anxiety. They also show increased aggression on psychological tests, peaking approximately 1 week after they last used the drug.”

          • $6557272

            YOU SAID: “spoken like a true druggy.” You don’t know me. Gees, you can’t even discuss it. You’re really a b*&#@…. a bigot I mean. Your poor hubby.

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            A 52 year old calling a 28 year old a b*tch, how immature you are. And no, dear, I’m not a bigot, but call me whatever you like if it makes you feel better. My poor Hubby? He’s perfectly happy and laughing at your remark, by the way, and says he feels sorry for you having to resort to such immature tactics. You say I don’t know you, you don’t know my personal life and I’d like you to refrain from being immature saying more on that like a teenager would.

            I removed the first line of my post since it was indeed unfair of me to say that, and being mature, I apologize. Now you can apologize for calling me a b*tch, bigot, and what you said about my Husband.

          • $6557272

            Oh don’t act like some example of grace now! I talked about my spinal disease which is why I tried marijuana a few years ago to see if it helps with pain like I have heard. I followed with cogent points to explain why I support legalization. I doubt you read my whole post. Other than that, I have not smoked pot for over 30 years. And the first thing you say to me, is spoken like a true druggy. I spent 24 years in the military, I raised two kids and put them both through college. I am a conservative who believes wholeheartedly in the constitution. I’m not going to sit here while some smug, snarky little conceited bich calls me a druggy. You are a bigot. You are mean. And you are a little baby, running to your husband, from whom I don’t need sympathy. You talk like you both sit on a high cloud in judgement, when all you are, are little wormy pompous know-it-alls, who elevate themselves by demeaning others.

      • http://www.facebook.com/cameron.brown.7543 Cameron Brown

        Odds are what they would do is hold back federal money for roads and education until the law is removed from the books. That’s how they got nationwide seatbelt laws and speed limits.

  • Sara Tobias

    You Can’t Make This Shit Up.

    • Kevin Krom

      You could, but when satire is less strange than reality, there’s little point putting in the effort.

  • http://twitter.com/ObamaLies2Much Obama Lies

    I just get a kick out of all the morons that make claims like “I’m gonna go light a fatty in front of the police station ‘cuz now they can’t do anything about it!”
    Wish I could be there to watch as they cry foul for getting arrested for it, since it would be considered the same thing as drinking a beer there (which I believe is still illegal in CO and WA).

  • Michelle

    A very, very sad snapshot of our failed education system. How can anyone be in or past middle school and be under the impression a President has the power to enact, enforce and/or repeal state laws? This is the future of our country. Be afraid, be very afraid.

    • $6557272

      Yeah, they don’t even realize the states have their own branches of government, nor in the federal government for that matter. All they know is there’s a president, because he’s on TV. And he’s cool, because he’s smoked marijuana and snorted cocaine. Pitiful. And yes, it’s the pathetic education system where biased bone heads can not be fired because of unions. And goofy parents who think they can’t discipline their kids or they would be hypocrites because they did drugs when they were young. In my mind that makes them experts at knowing how drugs are bad for kids.

  • $6557272

    At least the little dip wads will be ticked at a Democrat when they figure out he’s not going to legalize it.

  • $6557272

    It ain’t only the kids who are morons. I was disappointed to see one of my favorite comedians, Tommy Chong, make a dopey monkey of himself predicting Obama would legalize marijuana BEFORE the election to get the “young” vote. He’s not going to legalize it NOW Tommy. Gees… Not a good representative for the legalization of pot, eh?

  • https://twitter.com/JayCryptic John McClelland

    Is anyone surprised that Democrats continue to win elections when this is an example of what passes for current events knowledge?

    • Adela Wagner

      Yep, depend on the “stooopid” vote. More and more of ’em every year. Idiots “raising” idiots. I used to think Jay Leno was funny when he would go out “Jay-walking” and find young people to ask questions to. The ignorance is no longer funny, as most of them know NOTHING, sad.

  • BigOilAndy

    I’m hungry, Anyone got Twinkies?

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      The factories closed, man.

  • Peyton

    With tweets like these, is there still anyone out there that believes that we had a fair shot to win this time? If you have people who are so stupid as to believe that Obama legalized weed, and only in two states, what chance do you stand to connect with them on actual issues?

  • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

    So glad I keep voting to block it here in Nevada. 😀 Last thing I need is a bunch of people stopped at a green light or a stop sign waiting for it to turn green and backing up traffic for miles. Or running their vehicle onto a side walk or wall because they’re too mellowed to drive.

    Obviously those morons up there (except two) don’t know people vote in an election to approve or disapprove such things.

    • stuckinIL4now

      You hit on a good point–these idiots think that legalizing it means that it’s okay to smoke it while driving like it’s a regular cigarette.

      • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

        What do you expect from people who have to use a substance to feel better about themselves while damaging their brains? They’re just as bad as alcoholics.

    • BeauDCrab

      Last thing I need is a bunch of people stopped at a green light or a stop sign waiting for it to turn green and backing up traffic for miles. Or running their vehicle onto a side walk or wall because they’re too mellowed to drive.

      Any misgivings about Alcohol users driving around, willy-nilly, or are you just scared of young people in general?

      • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

        Oh I don’t think people ought to drive drunk or buzzed either. And I am a young person in my 20s, thank you. I’m just not a stupid young person. In my state you get arrested for being under the influence of pot while driving, it’s called a DUI. I wonder what state you live in? (That was rhetorical, by the way.) One that doesn’t give DUIs for that? I can’t think of a state that doesn’t.

        • BeauDCrab

          Do you think that Alcohol should be made illegal?

          How do you resolve the conflict that must arise while maintaining two separate views on recreational substances?

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            Lets just say with the legalization of marijuana, IF it ever came to pass in other states, there would be far more driving under the influence of pot than alcohol. At least alcohol leaves the system after several hours, unlike pot. Then again if you NEED either of those two substances to have a good time, maybe you need to seek some professional help. Once in awhile is all right, but seriously..

        • BeauDCrab

          Do you think that Alcohol should be made illegal?

          How do you resolve the conflict that must arise while maintaining two separate views on recreational substances?

  • Baba Ghanoush

    According to the average Obama voter, Obama is not responsible for the events in Benghazi but is responsible for legalizing weed?

    Sounds about right /sarc/

  • Marcy Cook

    Oh Lord the stupidity is exhausting.

  • $6557272

    These are uneducated kids. Their stupidity is not from the pot. The education system in America is more dangerous than pot.

  • http://twitter.com/StudioNettuno Bart Miller

    Obama didn’t legalize a damn thing. States voted it in and the Obama admin is going to stop it! The Dumbmasses never cease to amaze me with their ignorance.

  • Blackie

    I have a news flash for these folks. Obama didn’t legalize weed in any state. The states themselves did that, Have people forgotten the difference between federal and state governments?

  • stuckinIL4now

    They were already buzzed out from smoking it so they had no clue what was going on during the election like they had no clue while in school–if they even showed up–that states actually have rights separate from the federal gubmint.

  • Michael Rice

    …And the stupid thickens….

  • BeauDCrab

    And yes, they vote.

  • TocksNedlog

    Anyone still wondering how Obama managed to win
    re-election?
    “Useful idiots,” indeed.

  • http://www.facebook.com/sigurd.hakonson Sigurd Hakonson

    Actually, they’ve got it backwards – Having 64 on the ballot got every stoner and underwater-fire-prevention major out of bed & to the polls – while they were there, they also elected Obama.

  • Kate

    Ugh, I wish that every state would make drug testing mandatory for welfare recipients. I’ve had to get drug tested for nearly every job I’ve ever had, and I absolutely loathe seeing my tax dollars go towards these lowlifes.

  • Margo Channing

    I do love me some idiots.