Low IQ arguing over the term Federal Court Judge

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#1 Jan 28, 2013
Instead of the decision the court made LOL

I have never encountered such stupid low IQ imbeciles..

Avoiding the issues which IS the Judge ruled marijuana IS as dangerous as herion

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#2 Jan 28, 2013
Dumb lunatics.. Are so transparent. Of course this decision pisses dopeheads off..

But to continue the stupid argument the LA Times used.Federal court instead of.United.States.District is imbecile.. Nobody cares. Its a.Federal court.

This coming from a fake lawyer

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#3 Jan 28, 2013
This would only be an argument from a.fake lawyer.. Its moot, dumb and hes pissed at the decision...I love the decision because its true.

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#4 Jan 28, 2013
Www.uscourts.gov/federalcourts.org

Yes even the courts call their courts federal
What a novel idea lol

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#5 Jan 28, 2013
There are 94 federal courts and california has four..and fake lawyer lives there and doesnt know? Every state has at least one, larger states have more..every state has there own supreme court, larger states have more

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#6 Jan 28, 2013
Federal court of appeals otherwise known as: circuit court district 9 located in California
But like NH covers more than one state
What a stupid argument diverting from the issues of the Judges decision on POT..
Shut ins would even use such idiocies offline..
Who cares if the LA Times used federal court Judge when the courts use the same terms lol
The issue is: pots as dangerous as heroin lol

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#7 Jan 28, 2013
Now that the federal government has cracked down on medical marijuana
California Supreme Court is next. They will be addressing medical marijuana farce soon
Doesnt look like California is quite as hip on pot as their neighbor states

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#8 Jan 28, 2013
Not only has the california federal court ruled theres no medical evidence marijuana benefits anything so has DC Circuit court...
Marijuana is a schedule 1 drug making it as dangerous as any illicit drug and highly addictive

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#9 Jan 28, 2013
Since Obama has been president he has had 200 california marijuana dispensories shut down.
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#10 Jan 28, 2013
The term you used wasn't "federal court judge". It was "The California federal court". It still appears clear as day on the blog list. How can you miss it?

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#11 Jan 28, 2013
Res---she is dumb. Seriously. She has poor reading comprehension, and she suffers from OCPD..Obsessive Defect describes her to a T.
Your intelligence infuriates her so, she will just keep posting her very dumb responses.
umm

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#12 Jan 28, 2013
Pattys winning photo wrote:
Since Obama has been president he has had 200 california marijuana dispensories shut down.
Drug Enforcement Administration agents this week raided four medical marijuana shops in California, contrary to President Obama’s campaign promises to stop the raids.

The White House said it expects those kinds of raids to end once Mr. Obama nominates someone to take charge of DEA, which is still run by Bush administration holdovers.

“The president believes that federal resources should not be used to circumvent state laws, and as he continues to appoint senior leadership to fill out the ranks of the federal government, he expects them to review their policies with that in mind,” White House spokesman Nick Shapiro said.

Medical use of marijuana is legal under the law in California and a dozen other states, but the federal government under President Bush, bolstered by a 2005 Supreme Court ruling, argued that federal interests trumped state law.

Dogged by marijuana advocates throughout the campaign, Mr. Obama repeatedly said he was opposed to using the federal government to raid medical marijuana shops, particularly because it was an infringement on states’ decisions.

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#13 Jan 28, 2013
res ipsa loquitur wrote:
The term you used wasn't "federal court judge". It was "The California federal court". It still appears clear as
day on the blog list. How can you miss it?
Might I suggest you to go read LA Times article

California Federal Court, its a Federal court located in California . Are you that stupid??

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#14 Jan 28, 2013
Two Federal Appeal courts have recently ruled no evidence of pot having any medical use.. Makes a world of difference in future decisions

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#16 Jan 28, 2013
umm wrote:
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Drug Enforcement Administration agents this week raided four medical marijuana shops in California, contrary to President Obama’s campaign promises to stop the raids.
The White House said it expects those kinds of raids to end once Mr. Obama nominates someone to take charge of DEA, which is still run by Bush administration holdovers.
“The president believes that federal resources should not be used to circumvent state laws, and as he continues to appoint senior leadership to fill out the ranks of the federal government, he expects them to review their policies with that in mind,” White House spokesman Nick Shapiro said.
Medical use of marijuana is legal under the law in California and a dozen other states, but the federal government under President Bush, bolstered by a 2005 Supreme Court ruling, argued that federal interests trumped state law.
Dogged by marijuana advocates throughout the campaign, Mr. Obama repeatedly said he was opposed to using the federal government to raid medical marijuana shops, particularly because it was an infringement on states’ decisions.
Obama has shut down 200 pot dispensories in California alone...there are drug busts in California over pot right now..better do more research...

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#17 Jan 28, 2013
Federal laws supersede state laws.. Always has, always will...BTW Colorado has had 412 vehicle accidents related to pot since November
7%.of all drivers on the road in California are baked...7%.at any given time

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#18 Jan 28, 2013
Obama may be opposed but its the United States Attorney General that will.decide to ignore federal laws or not.. And looks like some oppositions pooping up in Colorado. The Federal government has the authority to sue Colorado and Washington for disobeying federal law. That will depend on how much damage is caused

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#19 Jan 28, 2013
The one and only pot club in.Colorado was shutdown the day after it opened...cant use pot on college campuses .. New laws of pot while driving...PWD lol

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#20 Jan 28, 2013
Nobody sane wants loser potheads around

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#21 Jan 28, 2013
Youger radical liberals and old burnt out hippie burn outs voted to legalize pot...if Obama did anything negative..his entire voting base is gone and since he wants to amend article 22 so he can continue to be elected hes not lol!

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