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  1. D_Pubert Stabbingpain

    D_Pubert Stabbingpain Account Disabled

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    Submit your questions to:
    Open For Questions
    and then see how many people submitted the question to legalize marijuana! :rofl:

    P.S> If you reside outside the US, you may not be able to access this site.
     
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    At least Obama answered the question about weed. I wish he would legalize it though...and not just for medical users.
     
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    I very much like this. I'm not under the delusion that this, or any administration, is going to be purely transparent. But it is a nice to have a place where the President is "on the record" on hot-button issues. Also, after the prior administration, even the perception of non-hostility toward transparency is welcome.

    My two cents
     
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    420 IN THE HOUSE....

    shocker.
     
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    Seriously? You... seriously believe that? we'll come back to this ... circa 03/10.
     
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    What do I "seriously" believe, that he'll keep his campaign promises (hah no, didn't say that) or that this is "on the record"?

    Currently, the only way of getting a President "on the record" is through press meetings. This doesn't add much to the positions expressed in press meetings, I concede. But it is better than Gibbs transcripts -- more centralized, more open, etc.

    It's a baby step but, dude whatever, all I said was that it is at least somewhat superior to the status-quo. And your disagreement with me is?
     
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