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Lew Rockwell on Antiwar Radio 7/11/2011

July 12, 2011 Leave a comment

Posted on YouTube by RonPaulFriends on July 12, 2011

Lew Rockwell, founder and Chairman of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, discusses the consistently excellent moral and political record of Ron Paul throughout the years; why a foreign policy “Golden Rule” works best; the wisdom of cutting war spending before domestic entitlements during an economic crisis; the essentially (soft) fascistic US economic system of today; and whether or not public office can be the mechanism to reign in government excesses (in case of a successful 2012 Ron Paul presidential run).

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Marc Emery From Prison: Support Ron Paul’s Presidential Campaign

April 18, 2011 Leave a comment

Marc Emery From Prison: Support Ron Paul’s Presidential Campaign.
Posted on: Daily Paul

….I also urge my American friends to support the Presidential nomination campaigns of Congressman Ron Paul and former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson. These two men are great men, fully behind the repeal of cannabis prohibition, and do not retreat from saying so. They need our full support, in primary votes, in campaign contributions, in volunteer efforts, fundraising, and sign carrying. I cannot stress this too much. Ron Paul was the real man of Hope in 2008, but the false Hope was elected instead. Ron Paul is the greatest man of our time, a champion of the Constitution and has opposed every aspect of the drug war since first elected to Congress in 1974. He is co-sponsor of bills legalizing personal possession of cannabis , industrial hemp, medical marijuana, the Truth in Trials Act, ending the Drug Czar’s budget – simply every aspect of the federal drug war, Ron Paul has opposed it. [Marc’s massive study of all US Congress votes for Cannabis Culture Magazine #63 showed that Ron Paul was the #1 supporter of our culture. View that article here.]

It is my fervent hope that the Republican Presidential ticket for 2012 will be Ron Paul & Gary Johnson as President/Vice-Presidential nominee. Ron Paul is an incredibly decent, honest, ethical man, an intellectual giant and a down-to-earth person. There simply has never been a better candidate for the trust of the people in the last 50 years for the office of President. For our people, our cannabis culture, there simply is no one who comes close. Jodie, if our American people want to honour my life-long struggle to secure their freedom in the face of this prohibition tyranny, they MUST support Ron Paul in his bid for President….

Rad the full letter @ http://cannabisculture.com/v2/node/26888

The War On Drugs: Ron Paul versus Barack Obama

February 28, 2011 Leave a comment

The War On Drugs: Ron Paul versus Barack Obama

Posted on YouTube By KramerDSP On February 27, 2011

Check out http://www.ronpaulforums.com for an eclectic group of individuals debating politics on a daily basis in a non-confrontational and friendly manner. Also, check out http://www.DailyPaul.com.

This video is a compilation of public statements made by Representative Ron Paul and President Barack Obama over the years regarding the issue of the War on Drugs and the legalization of marijuana.

 

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Obama on drugs: I support the debate but not legalization

January 28, 2011 Leave a comment

Obama on drugs: I support the debate but not legalization
By Steven Nelson, The Daily Caller
January 27, 2011

During a Youtube question and answer session Thursday, a member of the pro-drug legalization group Law Enforcement Against Prohibition asked President Obama if he supported a debate on the merits of drug legalization.

The coca leaf. The US is going to send a message to… that plant.

January 18, 2011 Leave a comment

The coca leaf. The US is going to send a message to… that plant.
By Pete Guither
Drug War Rant.com

The coca leaf has been an important part of the culture of Andean indigenous people for thousands of years (at least 5,000 years, in fact). It improves metabolism at high altitude, relieves feelings of hunger and provides energy, and also serves as an integral part of religious and cultural ceremony.

In all that time, there has been no clinical evidence of toxicity and nobody has ever been admitted to drug treatment centers for being addicted to the coca leaf.

Read the full post @ Drug War Rant.com

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