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Mexican President Opposes Legalization In California.


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HHMMMM?

 

Could it have something to do with the pay offs that many Mexican politicians get from the 'drug cartel' gangsters?

 

If cannabis is legalized in California the prices of Mexican cannabis will drop like a stone in a Baja swimming pool.

 

No more gangster money to slip into those secret bank accounts along with the dough they get from our Federal government that is supposed to be used to fight the 'Drug War'.

 

 

 

http://www.mapinc.org/drugnews/v10/n820/a01.html?185

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Illicit marijuana concerns will be applying considerable influence to ensure Prop 19 "just misses" being approved...

Even if it does pass the cartels will still make tons of money.

"How?", do you ask. Volume, its all about volume sales, look at China.

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Illicit marijuana concerns will be applying considerable influence to ensure Prop 19 "just misses" being approved...

Even if it does pass the cartels will still make tons of money.

"How?", do you ask. Volume, its all about volume sales, look at China.

 

Yes, I have looked at China.

 

Some of the best cannabis in the world is grown there.

 

We just don't hear much about it because of the fact that they want to keep it for themselves.

 

And if that 'volume sales' starts coming across the border from Mexico, our wonderfully trained border guards can STILL get paid, only NOW they will be stopping the 'untaxed' cannabis that might try to make it passed their electronic eagle eyes.

 

The 'cops and robbers' game can still go on and everyone will be happy... except far fewer Americans will be going to jail and the violence in Mexico, hopefully will drop off.

 

The Mexican 'politicians' won't be happy... their bank accounts will suffer... but hey. There it is!

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Good for him too bad he has no say what happens in our country and yes once it becomes legal the payoffs get reduced for him and the rest of his corrupt goverment so of course hes opposed .

 

Dang King. I agree with you. Are those pigs flying? :lol:

 

Seriously you would think people would be smart enough to see that the people who are opposing it are the ones who are profiting off it being illegal.

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border guards can STILL get paid, only NOW they will be stopping the 'untaxed' cannabis that might try to make it passed their electronic eagle eyes.

 

It won't be untaxed...just illegal as the border bulls are federal and won't recognize any state law :)

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Guaranteed: The cartels are already trying to find ways to market coke and heroin better in America. They are likely learning to make Meth as we speak as well.

 

Now you are thinking about this whole drug war thing just like the DEA. Say there are 1 million meth addicts ( the cartels already ship a lot of meth to us, you can thank the fed government for that) in America. There will not suddenly be 2 million if pot becomes legal. So we will have the same amount of users, now why would the cartels ship more meth? The same amount of users and more product means less profit.

 

 

Its amazing how easy it would be to win the war on drugs.... if only they cared about winning as much as they care about getting paid to wage the war.

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You make a good point. i was unaware that the cartels were already in the Meth business. It doesn't surprise me, i suppose. but we agree together that it is all about profit- for the cartels and the so-called 'drug warriors'. follow the REAL profit, follow the REAL crime.

 

 

yes most certainly you are 100 percent correct. the Mexican cartels got into meth a few years back when the dea bought votes buy making it a fed crime to posses quantities of the base drug, found in sudophed n chit like that. We now you gotta buy the pills and cook them down, very hard to do one or two boxes at a time. Now you can get the base drug in bulk in mexico. A lot of the biker cooks now work for the Mexicans.

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It won't be untaxed...just illegal as the border bulls are federal and won't recognize any state law :)

 

 

California will be 'taxing' cannabis' if Prop 19 passes.

 

The Mexican cannabis coming over the border 'illegally' will be 'untaxed' by California and since the Feds may not collect the 'tax' on the shipments of 'illegal' cannabis California will have to do it Or turn the 'illegal' stuff over to the Feds.

 

The Feds will still get to play 'cops and robbers' and the State of California will have to hire its own 'border guards' to make sure ANY cannabis that comes into the State is taxed OR labeled as 'illegal' under Cal State law.

 

Cal wins twice... employment goes up due to the new hiring of their own 'tax' guys to sit at the border AND Cal gets the tax from cannabis grown within California.

 

Sounds like a win - win situation to me for California.

 

And if Prop 19 passes... the Feds will have to crap or get off the pot (pun intended).

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