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Presidential Candidates Stance On Legalized Pot

1) President Barack Obama:

President Obama tokin up!

The Obama administration has turned against pot, using federal agents to raid dispensaries in Montana, California, Colorado and Michigan over the past two years.

Pot Use: Obama has been very open about his personal marijuana and cocaine use when he was younger.

2) Ron Paul:

Paul personally opposes drug uses, but backs states’ rights to legalize pot both medically and recreationally. He compares pot criminalization to Prohibition and is an advocate of legal hemp.

Pot Use: Paul says that he’s never smoked pot, nor has he ever been in the presence of anyone else who was smoking it.

3) Rick Perry:

Perry opposes legalizing marijuana for any purpose, but has voiced respect for the rights of states that have legalized medical pot. He’s quoted as saying “It ought not be the federal governments job telling them they can’t do it. I totally and completely disagree with the concept of legalizing marijuana, but it ought to be California’s decision.”

Pot Use: No record or admissions by Perry that he ever smoked pot.

4) Michele Bachmann:

She’s unlikely to support legalization. In August, the Minnesota congresswoman ignored a pot activist’s on-camera query about medical marijuana.

Pot Use: All signs suggest she’s never smoked.

5) Mitt Romney:

He’s consistently been against legalization. During his 2008 presidential bid, Romney declared: “I don’t want marijuana to be used in our country. I’m not going to legalize marijuana” He supports DEA raids on dispensaries and is an opponent of using medical marijuana to treat illness. He only approves of legal synthetics like the unreliable Marinol.

Pot Use: Romney is a Mormon, and adherents of that religion are forbidden from indulging even in caffeine.

6) Gary Johnson:

Has outlined the benefits of legalizing pot and explored strategies on how to achieve it.

Pot Use: Johnson freely admits to smoking pot recreationally in the 1970’s. He also used pot medicinally in 2005 after suffering multiple fractures after in a paragliding accident.

7) Rick Santorum:

Stated that if elected president he’d enforce the federal prohibition against marijuana user, medical or otherwise, calling it “an activity that us not consistent with American values.”

Pot Use: Admitted to smoking pot in college.

8) Herman Cain:

Allegedly supports states’ rights when it comes to medical marijuana. In August, he ignored a pot activists on-camera questions regarding whether he supported medical pot.

Pot Use:

9) John Huntsman:

It’s all up to the states according to Huntsman.

Pot Use: Has never smoked pot.

10) Newt Gingrich:

Opposes medical marijuana.

Pot Use: Admits to smoking pot at a party in college.

11) Fred Karger

Openly supportive of marijuana legalization and taxation.

Pot Use: No public record or admission of use.


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