Please carry on with your conversation but with reference to massive voting fraud in the US, previously I highlited the Republicans efforts, well, looks like the Democrates do it too.
Swing state of Ohio, track record for voting fraud,
" However, there are more than 100 precincts in Cuyahoga County where the voting results can only be described as truly bizarre. Yes, we always knew that urban areas would lean very heavily toward Obama, but are we actually expected to believe that Obama got over 99% of the votes in those areas? In more than 50 different precincts, Romney received 2 votes or less. Considering how important the swing state of Ohio was to the national election, one would think that such improbable results would get the attention of somebody out there. Could we be looking at evidence of election fraud hidden in plain sight?
Perhaps if there were just one or two precincts where Obama got more than 99% of the vote we could dismiss the results as “statistical anomalies” and ignore them.
But there were more than 100 precincts where this happened in the most important swing state in the nation.
Maybe there is some rational explanation for the numbers that you are about to see. If there is, I would really love to hear it."
http://fromthetrenchesworldrep ... 100-ohio-precincts/25662/
But back on 'legalisation', you have an endless war on drugs,(well, only on those that aren't dealt by parts of your establishment), you have a prison system that requires prisoners, the fed's will just crack down on it. Read this NY Times story and see what the US does, Legal, medical weed, licensed etc, facing 80 years in jail.
WTF America ?
"And federal drug laws are unjustifiably extreme. Consider the case of Chris Williams, the subject of this Op-Doc video, who opened a marijuana grow house in Montana after the state legalized medical cannabis. Mr. Williams was eventually arrested by federal agents despite Montana’s medical marijuana law, and he may spend the rest of his life behind bars. While Jerry Sandusky got a 30-year minimum sentence for raping young boys, Mr. Williams is looking at a mandatory minimum of more than 80 years for marijuana charges and for possessing firearms during a drug-trafficking offense."
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11 ... ml?smid=fb-share&_r=0
"Only one dealer in this town, and we'll protect our turf !"
"The Taliban's top drug official in Nangarhar, Mullah Amir Mohammed Haqqani, said the ban would remain regardless of whether the Taliban received aid or international recognition. "It is our decree that there will be no poppy cultivation. It is banned forever in this country," he said. "Whether we get assistance or not, poppy growing will never be allowed again in our country."
However, with the 2001 expulsion of the Taliban, opium cultivation returned, and by 2005 Afghanistan provided 87% of the world supply, rising to 90% in 2006."
And FYI, dated 2001 pre invasion.
The first American narcotics experts to go to Afghanistan under Taliban rule have concluded that the movement's ban on opium-poppy cultivation appears to have wiped out the world's largest crop in less than a year, officials said today.
The American findings confirm earlier reports from the United Nations drug control program that Afghanistan, which supplied about three-quarters of the world's opium and most of the heroin reaching Europe, had ended poppy planting in one season.
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/05 ... success-us-aides-say.html
So, because Saudi's attacked America, America invaded Afghanistan.............
"Opium production will rise across Afghanistan in 2012, spreading to more parts of the country than it has in the last few years, according to a new annual assessment [PDF] from the United Nation’s Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
The report found that this year, only 15 provinces will be free from poppy production – down from 20 provinces in 2009 and 2010 — and indicated a ”strong association between insecurity, lack of agricultural assistance and opium cultivation.”
Traditionally, UNODC’s assessments are issued with a press release, but as The Guardian notes, this year’s was published on the UNODC’s website with no publicity."
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/ ... m-production-on-the-rise/