marijuana cut
phene

Frankfort, KY

#1 Apr 10, 2013
Obama cuts U.S. National Guard Counterdrug funding in Half: Article Content.
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While Marc Ambinder’s much discussed, scantily-sourced GQ report of a second-term “pivot” runs through the murderers’ row of complaints against the Drug War—the cocaine/crack disparity; mandatory minimum sentencing; property-seizure laws and the fattening of the corrections industry—he doesn’t report that the president’s “aides and associates” have identified any of these as a starting point for Obama to “tackle” first.

The presidential request for the FY13 budget deals a mortal blow to the helicopter-powered marijuana eradication umbrella. It does so by cutting in half the funding for the U.S. National Guard Counterdrug program, the Defense Department’s contribution to the marijuan-eradication effort that has, for the past 20 years, limited the size of domestic marijuana patches and increased the demand for “blood pot” imported by ultraviolent Mexican drug cartels—while doing nothing to stem the supply to anyone who wants to get high.

Until now, the DEA and state law enforcement could count on the National Guard to fly hundreds of helicopter hours over national forests and other public land, where growers became active following the passage of property-seizure laws in the Reagan years—but the FY13 budget changes that.

The 50-percent cut is not being apportioned evenly across the states—it’s a two-thirds cut in Oregon and a 70-percent cut in Kentucky, while the Southern border states are receiving less severe reductions in funding. It’s essentially a diversion of Defense Department assets away from the interior American marijuana fields to where the national-security risk is greatest: along our Southern border.

Without a fully functional eradication program, the feds cannot keep domestic pot production down. So even if it remains illegal, domestic production could boom during FY13, the first growing season of Obama’s potential second term.
makes sense

Somerset, KY

#3 Apr 11, 2013
Although I can't count too many good things Obama has done, this is yet another step in the right directio. Shut the borders down and US money going out of our country. Give poverty enslaved people in eastern Kentucky another way to make some money. This will counteract the availability and abuse of prescription pills. Sounds like we are headed for better days!
weezy

London, KY

#4 Apr 12, 2013
makes sense


Burnside, KY


I agree with you 100% but I believe we are going to have a rash of overdose deaths around here when the harvest comes in assuming these lazy ass pill heads can drag themselves somewhere and put some seed in the ground.
Oh, wait a minutes. Hell why plant the stuff when you can let your friends and neighbors do all the work then go steal it this fall.

Hopefully all the thieves will get their ass killed on the spot and the person getting ripped can grow a plant in the crack of their ass next year. Justice would have been served if that happens and we know its going to happen.

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