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Forum Post: Operation: M.P.P.P. (Marijuana Possession Presidential Pardon)

Posted 5 years ago on Jan. 8, 2013, 1:57 a.m. EST by xPublus (2)
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It is time for us to action to the Obama Administration, and of course the Man, himself: President Barack Obama. We shall show the Obama Administration that victimless crimes like the criminalization of marijuana is unjustified, and with the increasing tolerance and knowledge of marijuana over the past decade or two; it is clear that the American People are aiming towards supporting either the decriminalization of marijuana, or a full legalization of marijuana in some places. We shall organize on this, guys and girls, to the Obama Administration to act upon the decriminalization of marijuana on the Federal Level of Government . I know that most of you probably don't have a kind view of this President but it is worth a try to convince him through exercising our First Amendment Rights to Petition. If you would like to participate in this petition that I have created on the White House's "We the People" home page, I have provided a link for you to follow:

Link to the Petition: http://wh.gov/P0CC



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[-] 1 points by xPublus (2) 5 years ago

I take it that nobody's interested?

[-] 1 points by xPublus (2) 5 years ago

Not Convinced?

Petition Text to the Obama Administration:

"But he that knew not, and did commit things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes" - Jesus Christ, Luke 12:48 KJV. With Public Law 91-513, 84 Stat. 1242 (Controlled Substances Act), it has overly criminalized, rather intensely, for the possession of marijuana in the United States; hitherto, the effects of such criminalization has increased the incarceration rates of U.S. Citizens for merely possessing such a substance. As a result, this evidently harmed families, individual's employment prospects, and certainly playing a factor by halting economic growth with costly measures to maintain our correctional facilities. It's time for that audacity that you've written about, Mr. President, long ago as a young African American Patriot striving for Social Justice. El Pluribus Unum."