Four months ago, the Obama administration made headlines by publicly announcing that it would not attempt to enforce federal marijuana laws in states that legalized its use, at least where suspects comply with the state law. Among those states affected was Colorado, and suppliers of “medical” marijuana rejoiced in their newfound freedom from federal threats. Unfortunately for one such supplier, he rejoiced a little too loudly and incurred the wrath of the DEA:http://hotair.com/archives/2010/02/15/b ... tate-laws/
Federal drug-enforcement agents Friday raided the home of a Highlands Ranch man who a day earlier bragged in a 9News report about the large and profitable medical-marijuana-growing operation in his basement.
Along with the raid, Jeffrey Sweetin, the Drug Enforcement Administration’s special agent in charge of the Denver office, sent a message to anyone involved in Colorado’s increasingly profitable medical-marijuana industry.
“It’s still a violation of federal law,” Sweetin said. “It’s not medicine. We’re still going to continue to investigate and arrest people.”
Sounds like obama administration is just making up the rules as they go along.
Pretty much like they did in the Soviet Union.
"Eternal vigilance is required and there have to be people who step up to the plate, who believe in liberty, and who are willing to fight for it."
AlQ was built by "us" and they work for "us".
You're going to hell with fire and brimstone if you don't get on board with the plan.“After seven years of an Administration that has stretched our military to the breaking point, ignored deplorable conditions at some VA hospitals, and neglected the planning and preparation necessary to care for our returning heroes, America’s veterans deserve a President who will fight for them not just when it’s easy or convenient, but every hour of every day for the next four years.”
-Barack Obama, November 12, 2007