- will be held in New Jersey in two weeks.
Maybe both NJ Gov. Chris Christie and Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer will be there.
And both teams playing will be from the only states yet whose citizens decided to defy Federal law more effectively than any Tea Party campaign has yet accomplished.
The game is already being called the Marijuana Bowl. Surprised I didn’t think of it back in October, when predicting the Super Bowl would be the Broncos and Seahawks.
Too bad New Yorker editor David Remnick didn’t interview Obama on citizens deciding about cannabis themselves after Sunday’s conference finals. Obama said:
we should not be locking up kids or individual users for long stretches of jail time when some of the folks who are writing those laws have probably done the same thing.” Accordingly, he said of the legalization of marijuana in Colorado and Washington that “it’s important for it to go forward because it’s important for society not to have a situation in which a large portion of people have at one time or another broken the law and only a select few get punished.”
Obama might have been able to add what: _______ if he’d been interviewed after the Cannabis Bowl was stoked? Here’s my contribution:
The president struck a lighter note when he said “good Super Bowl coming up with the Broncs and Squaks. Bill Clinton (he doesn’t inhale) and I will be munching on cookies, having a Bud, and rooting for both teams.
This football game will bring more attention to the fight against destructive Federal and lower government policies than any event yet. It wasn’t planned. We’ll see soon where the MSM takes this.