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Bloomberg huffs, puffs at plan to legalize pot: ‘Greatest hoaxes of all time’

New York Post – by DAVID SEIFMAN

Mayor Bloomberg got huffy and puffy today discussing medical marijuana, describing efforts to legalize it as one of the greatest scams in history.

“Medical, my foot,” the mayor said, clearly not referring to an ailment of his own.

“There’s no medical. This is one of the great hoaxes of all time.”  

An aide later explained that the mayor is concerned that recreational users would be able to access a system intended only for those with medical needs.

“The bottom line is, I’m told marijuana is much stronger today than it was 20, 30 years ago,” Bloomberg said on his weekly WOR radio show. “That’s one problem. No 2, drug dealers have families to feed. If they can’t sell marijuana, they’ll sell something else. And the something else will be something worse. The push to legalize this is wrongheaded.”

The mayor has had some first-hand experience in this arena.

While running for office in 2001, he admitted to experimenting with pot in his younger days.

“You bet I did — and I enjoyed it,” he boasted.

State Sen. Diane Savino, who is pushing state legislation to legalize medical marijuana, offered to bring patients living with pain to City hall to demonstrate the need for weed-based relief.

“We’re talking about people with terminal illnesses, seizure disorders,” she said. “We’re not talking about recreational use.”

Saviono also said the bill she is co-sponsoring with Assemblyman Richard Gottfried would be amended to limit the number of marijuana producers to 10 statewide, with bar codes on every plant to restrict distribution.

Only those in severe need would be eligible to get legal dope, she added.

“We’re not talking about just getting a prescription because you have a hangnail,” she stressed.

Nineteen states already have medical marijuana statutes on the books.


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16 Responses to Bloomberg huffs, puffs at plan to legalize pot: ‘Greatest hoaxes of all time’

  1. BentSpear says:

    Figures…..a turd has no sense. Must not be able to read the tons of data supporting medical benefits or positive health aspects. Dude needs to be flushed.

  2. Millard says:

    Bloomberg is in need of mandatory marijuana inhalation therapy stat!

  3. Jolly Roger says:

    Doesn’t he read his Ricin mail?

  4. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    “This is one of the great hoaxes of all time.”

    Had Bloominidiot made this statement about himself, he’d have been spot on.

    • diggerdan says:

      Yep #1, amazining how that works.

    • EE says:

      Indeed. Another case of telling the truth in a misleading way, to make it appear that the opposite is true.

      It is high time that the truth is widely revealed of the history of how this plant became prohibited. The people deserve to know. Most of what is commonly believed is patently untrue.

      (of course, this is true of many things — the wool has been pulled over people’s eyes for so long, in so many ways, that we are living in a world where up is down, bad is good, false is true, etc.)

      So, I don’t just mean getting the word out on the truth of the benefits of the cannabis/hemp plant, but the whole shebang on how this nonsense came about in the first place (i.e. follow the money, and who benefits), and why we find ourselves where we are today.

      (can you say…. “changing hearts and minds?” lol)

      It’s a huge task, to expose the false history that we have all been taught, as being a deliberately skewed pack of half truths and outright lies. But it is all part of the big picture, and enough of these corrections of rewritten “history” will tip the balance and wake more duped people up to the magnitude of our betrayal, by design.

      • # 1 NWO Hatr says:

        I’m a huge fan of revisionist history – Michael Hoffman, Eustace Mullins, Ralph Epperson etc.

        All excellent researchers. (R.I.P. Eustace)

  5. Joe in JT says:

    Hey Bloomberg have you ever wondered why 200 years ago in America it was manditory to grow marijuana if you owned land. Because with the stems you can make ropes, clothes and burlap. With the seeds you can crush them and produce oil. This oil would run a deisel motor today. Oh, now I know why you hate marijuana, then you wouldn’t be a rich bitch billionaire as you and your elite friends own all the energy and clothing markets.

  6. Greg Bacon says:

    ‘Mikey’ might be afraid that legalization of marijuana would impact the huge and obscene profits he and his Kosher Komrades are raking in from the opium coming out of Afghanistan.

    What a sweet deal! They get the US Army and Marines to protect the poppy fields, then the US Air Force to fly out the opium to be refined into heroin in Turkey and Israel, then the CIA imports that junk into the USA, Russia, Iran and elsewhere.

    All on the taxpayer’s dime.

  7. doc says:

    cannabis prohibition was one of the greatest hoaxes of all time too !!!

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