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Pot Revenue Is So High in Colorado, State Will Have to Reimburse Taxpayers

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    As compensation everybody in the state is going to get a free can of Mountain Dew and a small bag of Doritos.
     
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    The politicians are already looking for ways to keep the money.

    In street terms. their looking to score their next fix.


    An eye-opening video produced by the folks at ATTN, lays out how cocaine was banned as a means of social engineering, using racism as the main tool in driving this agenda. The desired results were achieved by utilizing stereotypically false racist attributions, perpetuated in the media as a means of turning public opinion against specific substances.

    Cannabis was attributed to Hispanics, hence the coining of the term “marijuana,” as a means of correlating the drug with Mexicans immigrants. Cocaine was attributed to blacks while opium was linked to the Chinese, with each being associated with racist depictions relating to use of the drug in question.

    Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/shameful-history-drugs-outlawed-u-s/#g74pFACZZbOOsxCY.99
     
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