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Re: Governor Christie: The War on Drugs Isn't Working
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Hahahahah, and yet Christie has done his best to prevent the implementation of New Jersey's medical marijuana law. I guess the polling information has convinced him to flip-flop.


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IMO it is not a flip flop on Christie's part. He can get headlines and You Tube views by making statements like "War on Drugs is not working".
As to NJ's Medical marijuana law, Christie can slow foot it through the process, create obstacles at every step. Doing so does not get the attention, after all who pays attention to this part of "drug" laws.
Christie is at the core just another corrupt self serving politician. The cynic in me knows that Christie comes out as against war on drugs only because public sector unions have so much self interest to keep the status quo on the so called "war on drugs".

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Hahahahah, and yet Christie has done his best to prevent the implementation of New Jersey's medical marijuana law. I guess the polling information has convinced him to flip-flop.



Not 15 minutes after writing this, I came across this article:

"Rutgers-Eagleton poll: ‘Overwhelming’ support for medical marijuana; majority favors decriminalization"

"According to the poll, 86 percent of respondents favor legalization of marijuana for medical purposes – a current law being met with roadblocks in the implementation stage."

http://www.politickernj.com/52815/rut ... -favors-decriminalization

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Hahahahah, and yet Christie has done his best to prevent the implementation of New Jersey's medical marijuana law. I guess the polling information has convinced him to flip-flop.

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I'm not a Christine fan but he's dead on with this. Consuming drugs shouldn't illegal. Violent crime should be.

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Check out the one minute video : http://youtu.be/VHLTIfscaF8

Can anyone link to NJ Democrats taking such positions?
Or is it possible unions in Law Enforcement, Penal System, and other government complexes would find this troublesome because it might mean less workers needed?

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