Detroit - (AP) Michigan voters joined 12 other states last night in approving the use of marijuana for medical reasons.
Passed by a 3 to 1 margin, advocates said after a lengthy battle with the state's anti-marijuana faction, that it's "HIGH" time voters approved the measure. At one point, passage of the proposal looked like the vote was going the other way, said election's official Chads R. Hanging, until a voter "blitz" was initiated just hours prior to the polls closing. Proponents of the proposal went out in freezing rain offering citizens "pulls" and "tokes" for votes. Not only did voters change their minds about the vote, they felt good and hungry about doing it! The only problems reported were the lack of zoo-zoo's and wham-wham's, ("snacks") at the precincts due to severe voter munchies.
In June 2009, voters will be asked to vote in a special election on Proposal 27.356748-B to allow the use of heroin for medical and/or recreational purposes. The measure is expected to draw extreme opposition from the scientific community hawking their laughable belief that the drug is somehow addictive. LMAO Jeeeze, when are these sub-morons going to learn that heroin is not addictive. It's the person who is addictive.
Heroin's been given a bad rap, and taken a pounding over the years. We need to approach the war on drugs the other way around. You don't get rid of the drugs, silly, you get rid of the people. Heroin doesn't run around all day putting guns in people's faces or raping folks. Man! Leave the drugs alone, they don't bother no one.
Tune in for the next report about an elderly couple planning on opening up a Mom & Pop marijuana shop featuring 31 different flavored blunts, like: Mocha Meth, Cherry Ecstasy, Orange Oxy, Rocky Road (contains crack cocaine), and one that is sure to be a favorite called Mint Julip Lite for those with THC serum levels that are way too high.