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Re: “Nicely Doubts Alexander, Corker Could be Nominated by GOP Legislative Caucus

As a state’s right Constitutionalist; Nicely should work towards ending the injustice of marijuana prohibition that is decimating our minority youth. Talk about nanny state failures that destroy needlessly, our youth are under attack in the name of playing God with their lives. The majority of Tennesseans, students in our universities, and Americans over reading of mostly youth being arrested for simple marijuana possession. Marijuana is far safer than alcohol; it's prohibition, like alcohols Prohibition is the danger to Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga, Knoxville and all the surrounding hillbilly towns like Straw Plains where police haze our youth daily stopping and frisking their way through their shifts mostly arresting minorities. Read the paper, daily you will see this garbage taking place in Tennessee and Senator Nicely is as complicit as the Democrats before him.

Freedom loving Republicans believe that the government that governs least governs the best. Lets get folks in office who are not nanny staters and lets vote in liberty for all, beer drinkers, wine sippers and yes, even marijuana enthusiasts! I am in the majority of Tennesseans who feel taxed and regulated marijuana will actually strengthen Tennessee and America!

Posted by chatwithchuck on 04/13/2013 at 10:18 AM

Re: “Corker, Alexander Vote for (Partial) Cloture, Arouse Ire of Gun Group

Please! Alexander and Corker would never allow your right to bear arms to be infringed upon. I don't mind all this discussion; its good for Tennessee and good for America.

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Posted by chatwithchuck on 04/13/2013 at 9:28 AM


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