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Aug 17, 2013

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Louisville tea party leader endorses McConnell

McConnell has the lowest approval rating of all 100 senators. However, this career politician keeps being reelected. As with many KY politicians, he is basically a slave to the environment-destro ying coal industry. There are many other companies whose best interests have been a higher priority than those of his constituents. Mitch keeps getting reelected mostly due to the more closed-minded and usually much less educated, rural voters; truthfully, I am highly ashamed of the fact that I hail from the same state. These people give KY a bad name and effectively reinforce white-trash-relate d stereotypes (e.g., incestuous behavior, operating meth labs and a tendency to butcher the English language). In reality, I think that there should be some kind of limit to the number terms Senators can serve. Unfortunately, this is HIGHLY unlikely since this would require an amendment to the US Constitution. I am afraid that Ms. Grimes may not be a strong enough candidate to beat Mitch. I would LOVE for John Yarmuth to run against McConnell. I think that he has been phenomenal during his time in Congress.  (Aug 17, 2013 | post #2)

Louisville, KY

medical marijuana meeting in frankfort august 21 @ noon

Switzerland had a massive rate of crimes that were being committed in order for addicts to procure heroin, as well as a soaring number of people transmitting diseases which are common with IV-drug users using tainted needles. The Swiss government, looking to alleviate these issues, started allotting addicts a daily allowance of heroin. They would basically go to a clinic and be dosed with "safe" (free of other, more harmful chemicals used by dealers to cut the drug) heroin using clean needles. The result was a sharp drop in crime and less cases of disease transmission. That being said, I hope that you are joking. If not, you either abuse some pretty hardcore substances, or you are na├»ve and moronic.  (Aug 17, 2013 | post #4)

Louisville, KY

medical marijuana meeting in frankfort august 21 @ noon

As a person who is in the medical field I have nothing against medicinal marijuana; however, it should only be prescribed for certain conditions. There should credible research supporting marijuana's effectiveness for the affliction. In California, one can get an rX far too easily. The FDA would likely be the biggest hurdle for nationwide legalization of medicinal marijuana. The FDA approves PRODUCTS, not SUBSTANCES. Since there are so many types of pot with varying amounts of THC, cannabinoids,etc.. , there would most likely have to be a change or exception made by the FDA's approval process.  (Aug 17, 2013 | post #2)