Pot businesses in Colorado cannot ban...

Pot businesses in Colorado cannot bank and no solution is ahead

There are 7 comments on the Estes Park Trail-Gazette story from Mar 10, 2013, titled Pot businesses in Colorado cannot bank and no solution is ahead. In it, Estes Park Trail-Gazette reports that:

A caregiver picks out a marijuana bud for a patient at a marijuana dispensary in Denver, Colorado in 2012.

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Chas Holman

Portland, OR

#1 Mar 10, 2013
Yes, the 'wizdum' of the Feds is to KEEP LOTS of illegal money out on the streets.

The Feds are completely besides themselves with this 'competition' from the states. Until recently it was just the Feds and the Drug Lords who had a monopoly on the dirty money.

Indeed the Feds WANT there to be more dirty money out there so they can 'confiscate it.. Unaudited drug money confiscations fuel some of the most evil covert operations imaginable from our own government,.. they are DEPENDENT on that money and secrecy it brings them.

They will let the business's get enough of a bankroll safed up and then raid them and take the money and leave the plants like they always do. It is all about the money. It isn't about your health, society, the children or morality.. it is about MONEY.. I'm talking about the Feds, not the dispensaries.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#2 Mar 10, 2013
We will make it through.

Until then just get a "Red Card" and have one of the local growers (and theres a handful of good growers here in Estes) deliver it right to your door.

We went through this in the thirties. Just stay papered up for now.
Or grow a little plant yourself.
It might take a few tries but you'll get it.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#3 Mar 11, 2013
Chas Holman wrote:
Yes, the 'wizdum' of the Feds is to KEEP LOTS of illegal money out on the streets.
The Feds are completely besides themselves with this 'competition' from the states. Until recently it was just the Feds and the Drug Lords who had a monopoly on the dirty money.
Indeed the Feds WANT there to be more dirty money out there so they can 'confiscate it.. Unaudited drug money confiscations fuel some of the most evil covert operations imaginable from our own government,.. they are DEPENDENT on that money and secrecy it brings them.
They will let the business's get enough of a bankroll safed up and then raid them and take the money and leave the plants like they always do. It is all about the money. It isn't about your health, society, the children or morality.. it is about MONEY.. I'm talking about the Feds, not the dispensaries.
Just comes with the "legalization" issue. Now the ATF and the IRS comes in and the growers and distributors will eventually have to account for every ounce grown and sold for tax purposes. You skirt the system and do FEDERAL time. Remember Al Capone? The Feds couldn't stop him until the IRS stepped in and put him away.
Make Me Laugh Some More

Cantonment, FL

#4 Mar 11, 2013
Little Tommy.

Same ****, Different Day, eh, Tommy?
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>Just comes with blah blah blah him away.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#5 Mar 12, 2013
Make Me Laugh Some More wrote:
Little Tommy.
Same ****, Different Day, eh, Tommy?<quoted text>
Same toad,same town,different name of the day.
Chamberman

Loveland, CO

#6 Mar 26, 2013
GROW YOUR OWN!!! www.hashschool.org
hey

Morganton, NC

#7 Mar 27, 2013
I thought you can grow your own? like 2 plants a house hold or something?

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