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Friday, 25 March 2011

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Can we rely on this to fund our next war?

Cultivation of the US Government's own strain of cannabis known as mellow-yellow by a government-sanctioned agricultural group known as Subsidi-Farm is being ramped up in order to help raise money for the latest war in Libya.

The coffers are running dry when it comes to funding social programs, medical health programs and education, but with this latest source of income, the President hopes to stave off any criticism for borrowing more heavily from the Chinese to maintain our presence in 3 wars.

"Now is the time to become self-sufficient in any way we can and if it means growing pot on a national level, then we'll do it," said an official White House spokesperson. "What everyone needs to understand, however, is that the pot being grown is strictly for medicinal purposes and will not enter into the drug underworld on our watch."

Unfortunately, stories are popping up sporadically from all over the United States from law enforcement officers who say they are dealing with this highly potent strain of marijuana on the streets of their cities, and that it is being bought and sold without the proper medical clearance.

Meanwhile, the medical marijuana watchdog group "Suffragists for Self-Sufficiency" or SSS hails the decision as a step in the right direction. "While we cannot account for every gram of Mellow-Yellow that leaves the confines of the Subsidi-Farm farms, we believe that the majority is being bought and sold with the intent purpose to help fund a war we could not otherwise pay for."

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