MURRIETA: Council could place second ...

MURRIETA: Council could place second ban on dispensaries

There are 2 comments on the The Press-Enterprise story from Oct 14, 2011, titled MURRIETA: Council could place second ban on dispensaries. In it, The Press-Enterprise reports that:

Medical marijuana dispensaries already are blocked from opening in Murrieta, but the city council will consider placing an additional moratorium on the facilities while it looks for ways to strengthen the ban.

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Lillian, AL

#1 Oct 16, 2011
If you are looking to get high just goto any smoke shop and get this stuff called Spice. You can buy it and if your stopped by the ccops they can not do anything. Looks like pot but it's not. All you haft to do is try it. Yes you will feel a high.
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#2 Oct 16, 2011
In the Long Beach case, revolutionary Council knew full well that trafficking in illegal drugs is illegal under Federal law. Yet, Council attempted to legalize pot into legality through "the regulatory route".

60s 70s era potheads have risen through the ranks throughout California and they now control most political positions, the high priced taxpayer funded "justice" system, and wastefully expensive academia at all levels.

According to the linked article, "A Los Angeles County couple have challenged Murrieta’s ban by opening a storefront collective on Madison Avenue." It is likely this couple rented their storefront from a property owner, the same thing most of the illegal drug dealers have done in radical Long Beach".

Let us hope our friends, the Feds, confiscate those properties from owners who rented them out so their tenants could engage in illegal drug activities, both in Murrietta and in Long Beach. Were the Feds to sell those properties, it would help in some small measure to reduce the deficit, and to reduce the heavy burden currently being borne by the hard working taxpaying minority of our citizenry.

Perhaps the Feds should also investigate revolutionary Council to determine what forces convinced them to "regulate by revolutionary Council law" illegal pot into legality, while at the same time, they escalated their unconscionable war against decent law abiding women and men who smoke tobacco, including elderly WW 2 vets and those of the city's large minority community.

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