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- Steve Kubby <s..[email protected]> Aug 19 08:03PM -0700
From Left to Right: Dr. Frank Lucido, Brian, Bill Panzer, Amanda Rain, Steve Kubby, Pebbles Trippet, Dan Rush, Grandaddy Mike, Judge James Gray, Stephen Collett CPA, Kristen Nevedal (Emerald Growers' Association).
Coming Together for Victory in 2014
Members of the Repeal Cannabis Prohibition Act and Regulate Marijuana Like Wine, along with two top Union officials, as well as representatives from the cannabis grower community have followed the lead of Judge James Gray and pledged to work together after the November election to draft a new California Super Initiative.
We invite you to take a similar pledge and join our effort to create a unified team, a winning initiative, and a stunning victory in 2014.
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Aug 18 01:58PM -0700
Shona is on the wake the hell up ASA CAMP. Most patients have everything to
loose by being single issue voters for the industry. If your lbgt or a
woman or a senior what the Fuck!@#? And yes it gives mitt juice bc hate to
write it as it is but yes some cannabis voters are stoopid enough to vote
against Obama in swing states. Have you traveled? Americans are dumded down
and most don't vote well . There are other ways to educate in swing states
to support most reasonable canidate Obama and still hold accountable. And
dare I say question the two party system as well. Second term we will move
baby steps forward on drug policy it may not save your business but mark my
words a few more non violent prisoners will be released. And our efforts
must be priprtized to release our prisoners and don't create any new
crimes. Chip away process is real and.whose really suffered is prisoners
and family's not business lobbyist.
On Aug 18, 2012 12:00 PM, "Marla James" <s..[email protected]> wrote:
- Starchild <s..[email protected]> Aug 18 08:30PM -0700
Have you considered the extreme mathematical unlikelihood of your one vote deciding the outcome of a U.S. presidential election? The possibility that you might be killed or seriously injured on the way to the polls, or while preparing or delivering your absentee ballot, are each a far greater risk than the risk that someone you don’t like might win the election on the basis of how you personally vote.
From an individual perspective, it’s more realistic to think of voting at the national level as *registering our preferences*, not deciding the outcome. Understanding this is helpful in avoiding the trap of thinking we can't afford to stray from the Democrat/Republican plantation.
Remember the once-in-a-lifetime-close 2000 presidential election? Even then, the closest anyone came to changing the outcome of the election were Florida voters, and even in that state it would have taken *several hundred votes* to change the outcome, not just one.
If the tallies of the leading candidates in such a large election ever did miraculously and against all odds come out as little as a single vote apart, it’s guaranteed there would be a recount, the results of which would produce a completely different total.
Knowing these things, I would not dream of voting for Obama or Romney even if I were in a state where I had every reason to expect a razor-thin margin.
Love & Liberty,
((( starchild )))
P.S. – I agree it would be better if ASA were able and willing to explicitly urge people to vote for Gary Johnson and Jim Gray instead of sending a message that some people might interpret as "vote for Romney", but unfortunately their status as a 501(c)(3) non-profit would not allow that (one of the ways government officials frustrate activism and attempts to change the system is by creating artificial legal barriers like this).
P.P.S. – Let's vote hope, not fear. The only vote that's really wasted is a vote for a candidate who you know is not the best choice running.
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Aug 18 10:25PM -0700
Is there language Attchd? If not is there a proposed method for reaching
true and equal concensus on prioritys? Can you take us further into this .
Thx for putting it out there Steve.
> The California Super Initiative
> (Joint Effort Required)
> Judge Gray, Stephen Collett, and I will be at Seattle Hempfest and we
have the same message to share with our fellow activists:
>> There is a very good chance we can pass a least one statewide voter
initiative this November. If that happens, we need to all come together
and create a CALIFORNIA SUPER INITIATIVE, which truly represents us all and
will gain the respect and support of our major donors. Without such a
consensus, our hopes for funding are greatly diminished. Given that it
will take at least $3 million to win in California and that the major
donors rarely give more than $1/2 million, it is clear that we have our
work cut out for us. There is no limit on how many authors and proponents
can be listed for a voter initiative, so everyone has much to gain and
little to lose by joining together now for victory in 2014 in California.
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Aug 18 10:40PM -0700
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Aug 18 10:34PM -0700