John Posey of Bent Creek in Washington State says he remembers telling his friends that he intended to vote to legalize marijuana when that initiative was offered on the November 6th ballot.
However, Mr. Posey also stated that he got high on some excellent Bob Marley Satvia while driving to vote that morning and can't recall if he actually voted, though he suspects he may have.
The evening of the election, said Mr. Posey, he noticed an "I Voted" sticker stuck to his forehead. "I remember walking out of a Dunkin Donuts on Main Street with a dozen mixed, and when I got in car I looked in the mirror and there it was, an "I Voted" sticker. So yea, I guess I did my civic duty. Hey, wait a second man, that's ironical too since I drive a Honda Civic, you know?"
Mr. Posey, it turns out, may be indicative of millions of marijuana smokers in Colorado and Washington who decided to exercise their constitutionally guaranteed right to vote while higher than a Douglas fir. Sadder still, state officials say hundreds of other stoners continue to show up at polling places days after the election only to be turned away.