White House Drug Party

Posted in Religion, Undogegorized by chamblee54 on August 1, 2009




Thursday, President BHO had a white man and a black man over to take drugs. They had a rather public disagreement, and BHO stupidly poured gasoline on the fire. Drugs were the answer.

There are those who will immediately scream that beer is legal. Yes, alcohol is legal, advertised on television, and served in the White House. It is also an addictive drug. If you take too much, it will kill you. It is easier to die using hard liquor, but the concept is the same.

There are a lot of people in the legal machinery because of drugs. Some of these drugs are legal, some are not. Your liver is not amused to hear that the alcohol it is processing is legal. Your lungs don’t care if cigarettes are legal. The worst thing about some drugs is the fact that there is a law against them.

In Dekalb County, there is something called drug court. If you are on this program, you go to endless meetings, and get screened for drugs. Every time a person is screened for drugs, a lab charges the county money to process the test. This money could be used to give school teachers a raise, or to repair the roads. Instead, it goes to testing the urine of people who got caught smoking pot.

Thursday, drug court was meeting at the same time as the White House drug party.




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  1. Uncutbutch said, on August 2, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    Like “Reefer Madness” this Sonny Bono public “service” clip is a hoot because of the pure paranoia and unfounded, insane fear of currently criminalized substances. In reality I am more afraid of the bouffant hair-dos and bell bottoms than I am of the repercussions of drug use in the USA. I live in more fear of the government’s acts than I do of any addict because I know the addicts needs are real rather than manipulated and created as our current government’s issue are. I live in fear of Big Brother (1984 and the Orwellian vision is 25 years past) more than the pot heads or other addicts. It is the addiction to power and corruption from Capitol Hill that scares me senseless.
    Prohibition is not an effective method of dealing with these issues and that’s demonstrated repeatedly in the USA and globally.
    Uncle Ronnie from California getting pissed off over the kids in Golden Gate Park is not a sound foundation for drug laws and the “War on Drugs” is a war on the population that puts everyone and anyone at risk of Big Brother’s catastrophic intervention into life.
    I do understand that my one little voice will not effect change but my position is one of:
    1) The government has no right to tell me what I may or may not do with my body although this prohibition, laws concerning conduct between consensual adults and the infamous Baker Act all work to that Big Brother end.
    2) Considering the staggering costs of operation for this “War on Drugs” now and into the future, the disparity between the applications of the existing laws within the racial context of this country, the predominantly african-american prison populations; we, as a society, must come to our senses and stop the madness of this prohibition.
    3) Decriminalization of marijuana in Alaska, Oregon, Washington and controlled use in California have not led to the degeneration of society there. The Netherlands history of decriminalization too demonstrates that the great fears of the government concerning a population of criminals and addicts just does not happen with decriminalization. The reality is that there was an overall reduction of hard addiction from 6% of the population to less than 3% of the population in Amsterdam. Decriminalization cut use in half.
    4) Americans must come together on this topic (and a host of others) to bring this out of control government to it’s knees and restore a government of the people, for the people and by the people if we are to regain our global leadership position by the power and creativity of a free American society. This War on Drugs is a divisive position and the mindless sheep Americans have demanded their punishment from Big Brother with the results we see now. STOP THE MADNESS.
    5) Americans now and the generations yet to come are not able to sustain these prohibitions from a basic economic position and it is long past time that we stop the focus on victimless crime and the obscene long-term costs of this failed policy by sending a clear directive to our government, the quasi-military enforcement of it by Police and an ill judicial system and get to the real crime fighting work of education, health care, economic opportunity and personal safety by attacking the truly obscene crime like the Government’s rape of the American population.
    Unless and until the American population pulls its collective head out of the sand, mounts a unified voice to demand real and lasting change we are going to be at the whim of a government too long doing it’s own bidding rather than that of the people of this once great nation now brought to her knees by the organized and carefully manipulated destruction of the American Family and the American strength of will and determination to succeed that once made us great.
    “America, love it or leave it” is not a rally cry that I would ever adhere to.
    “Restore America” is the cry and it is only through direct confrontation of these topics internally that we will once again move ourselves into global leadership but the time is getting short to effect that change. My conservative republican roots in Upstate, NY are not abridged by any of this “radical” call to action. The reality is that the American Values that brought me to this place have systematically and intentionally been under attack by the corrupt government, the greed and power mongering of politicians and our apathetic and disgusting need to be treated as children instead of citizens of the greatest nation on the face of this Earth. We each have an obligation to step up to the global reality from ecology to economics and make a difference as only the Yanks have been able to do for 200 years.

  2. chamblee54 said, on August 2, 2009 at 12:56 pm

    Thanks for stopping by. You have said many of the things I want to say, but am too lazy to do the typing.
    “the disparity between the applications of the existing laws within the racial context of this country, the predominantly african-american prison populations” There are so many layers of irony in the concept of a white house drug party as a solution to gatesgate that I don’t know where to start.

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