Libertarian presidential hopeful Gary Johnson is sticking up for marijuana after 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney last week said smoking the drug “makes people stupid.”
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Much of Latin America was dismayed that they got only a glancing mention in Romney and Obama's final presidential debate.
Today is Wednesday, October 3rd. In less than five weeks Americans will be voting candidates for President, Senate, the House of Representatives, their local statehouse representatives and senators, state attorney-generals, and their Mayor, City Council, sheriff, county commissioners, and possibly dozens of other elected offices at the state, county and local level.
The controversy over the legalization of medical marijuana never came up in the first presidential debate, but it wasn’t for lack of trying.
Campaign aides for Republican vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) busied themselves this weekend with telling reporters that the candidate “agrees with Mitt Romney” on keeping marijuana illegal, despite him telling a Colorado television station that he supports letting states flout federal laws on medical marijuana.
Libertarian presidential candidate and former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson today praised Rep. Paul Ryan for his willingness to let states decide whether to allow the use of medical marijuana, but added, "Don't get too excited until we know where Mitt Romney stands."
CANNABIS CULTURE - Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan, 42, has been named as Vice Presidential pick by Republican Mitt Romney. Ryan, who has a terrible record on human rights, been making waves as head of the House Budget Committee, with yet another a plan to cut taxes on the rich and roll back social programs.
I don't care about Mitt Romney's big house in La Jolla or his plans to make it much bigger and install a car elevator. He has 18 grandkids, so he needs a lot of space, including for cars. I get that. However, I can't get with a man who does stuff like this:
Yesterday, a Denver, Colorado CBS affiliate got some face-time with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. The interviewer asked questions important to local voters: gay marriage, college tuition for illegal immigrants, and medical marijuana.