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YES,Attorney General Jeff Sessions Quit Today Solved

by cornchip294 about November 7 - report

Jeff Sessions quit today. Its about freaking time. This with a little luck will be good for Cannabis.

What do you think? Will the next guy be Pro Pot? Will they deregulate?

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    18.572

    harley24 0 points - November 7

    Pro pot is  something we have a long wait on from the Federal Government imo. It takes forever for them to pass a law, so they would be debating on this for many years imo before they did make a decision. I wish they would make it legal. I also thought the president fired him,not that he quit. You need to check that out. Peace

    • Score: 0
    • GrogFrog
      GrogFrog
      316 points -
      November 7

      Trump asked him to resign. Had it on the news.

    • Rrtt
      Rrtt
      2.913 points -
      November 8

      He was out either way. Save face and resign or be fired.

    • cornchip294
      cornchip294
      356 points -
      Mon at 12:05 AM

      Damn I sprained my ankle doing the Happy Dance in celibration of Sessions retirement.

  • 10.744

    SanBoisLee 10.744 points - November 7

    Well, he was fired but, either way, he is going. Does not hurt my feelings.

    • Score: 0
    • stick
      stick
      10.919 points -
      November 8

      He should have been fired long ago.

    • ChAs420
      ChAs420
      4.590 points -
      November 8

      i agree

  • 2.707

    SubterraneanHomesickBooze 2.707 points - November 7

    he was a significant burden in the way of legalization. I know that much. I believe this will be a good thing!

    • Score: 0
  • 4.030

    shloppy 4.030 points - November 7

    Im not incorperated leagle don't aply to people only leagle persons.

    I fight them paracidick loyers and do not except decishions of defacto municipal courts.Its all abought monny coust them as mutch as you can don't except ther decishion and STAND UP!

    • Score: 0
    • shloppy
      shloppy
      4.030 points -
      November 7

      Bursting bubbles of government deception

    • shloppy
      shloppy
      4.030 points -
      November 8

      Cognitive dissonance is a bitch!We were indoctrinated in school.its a freaking religion.Remember the tests where you had to use a #2 pencil and capitalize your name it the boxes so the computer could read it?A name is a proper noun one cap not all caps.

  • 19.472

    airplane 19.472 points - November 7

    Maybe better things to come ( total legalization)

    • Score: 0
    • cornchip294
      cornchip294
      356 points -
      November 10

      Wishful thinking for sure.

  • 134

    BubbaGump 134 points - November 7

    Glad he is gone. Trey Gowdy might be good replacement. I really like the guy, straight shooterwww.americancannabisreport.com/single-post/2017/07/30/Gowdy-Asks-How-is-Cannabis-Worse-Than-Cocaine
    • Score: 0
    • justme
      justme
      2.575 points -
      November 8

      I agree! Trey Gowdy has stated numerous times that it is crazy that people are in jail over a plant that God put on this earth for us to use! He has also sent all the paperwork to the FDA to see about getting it rescheduled to at least a medical standpoin...  more

    • Rrtt
      Rrtt
      2.913 points -
      November 8

      That's so true Justme. Forget about the party lines on marihuana. All are going to ride this one as it becomes.a focal point in politics wether they like it or not. Times are changing and you get with the program or get left behind. With 33 states and C...  more

    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      2.707 points -
      November 9

      I love Trey Gowdy! He is a bulldog of a prosecuting attorney and would make an amazing attorney General!

    • thisisme
      thisisme
      3.370 points -
      November 9

      He is a grand standing self promoting POS in my humble opinion. Made tons of noise over a bogus hearing , claiming HE would get hillary then when he like all others found zip.. quietly slipped his final report in . POS gutless wonder.

  • 316

    GrogFrog 316 points - November 7

    Sure doesn’t hurt my feelings! Maybe now we can get legal weed country wide
    • Score: 0
  • 2.913

    Rrtt 2.913 points - November 7

    It's about time. He was stuck in the past.and had no forward vision on the landscape of the social changes in this great land. Hopefully he will be replaced by a more open minded but stearn upholding the constitution. I assure you we will see running in the pro marajaunia platform by next election with Canada & Mexico fixing to repeal. 62% approval for legalization for marihuana. Time is drawing near on proabition. We can grow hemp for 1k's of products but old thinking is hiding us back. Peace, Roscoe
    • Score: 0
  • 316

    GrogFrog 316 points - November 7

    You hit that one on the money Roscoe ! He’s probably still smoking corn silk !
    • Score: 0
  • 492

    Enkidu 492 points - November 8

    Better is Pete Sessions being defeted and Dems in control of the House.

    AG doesn't affect legalizaztion - he enfoces laws, not make them.

    • Score: 0
    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      506 points -
      November 8

      This is true. And as far as the ones who DO make the laws? Hell, it's legal in DC so why should they legalize it Federally? Big Pharma would suddenly not have any money to keep politicians in their pockets. And this is America, we just can't have that! lol

    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      506 points -
      November 8

      I have honestly bought weed from a guy in DC, who said he sells to a Congressman who votes No on legalization! Go figure!

    • Rrtt
      Rrtt
      2.913 points -
      November 8

      The AG doesn't make laws as Enkidu points out but he gives directive on which laws he pursues or turns a blind eye to. Since the Obama administration the AG was instructed to let State government handle the issue at their discretion. Sessions has decided...  more

  • 3.370

    thisisme 3.370 points - November 8

    If any of you truly believe weed will be legalized while there is a Republican president in office.. well back off on the weed.. you have killed brain cells.

    • Score: 0
    • justme
      justme
      2.575 points -
      November 8

      I am a Christian and I smoke and I am in complete support of legalization! I don't think there is any reason to bring religion into the mix! It is all about the lobbyist for BIG PHARMA! There is no lobbying group of evangelistics lobbying to keeping it il...  more

    • justme
      justme
      2.575 points -
      November 8

      I also consider myself a long time republican and that has nothing to do with legalization. Trey Gowdy is the only one to ever even send a written request from Congress to the FDA to order them to look at having it rescheduled or taken off the scheduling ...  more

    • cornchip294
      cornchip294
      356 points -
      November 8

      When a Democrat worth a crap ever runs for President I vote for them. Until then its a Republican.

    • shloppy
      shloppy
      4.030 points -
      November 9

      Don't know where you get your info TIM i'm a christian and far right I would never want anyone to bow to me that goes against my values free will is what it's about!

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