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I very much agree.

So, do you think the federal government should be enforcing its marijuana laws in Colorado?  It's illegal federally. That's tentherism or federalism.

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Just throwing some humor out there! Good morning everyone!😂

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Still pushing totalitarianism is see.
Hah__you still get lost on word meanings eh?

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Just throwing some humor out there! Good morning everyone!😂

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Hah__you still get lost on word meanings eh?

Hah! You're ruled by federal bureaucracies and there ain't a thing you can do about it.

https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/totalitarianism

Maybe they'll come up with an electric people's car with the green new deal.  :D


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Hah! You're ruled by federal bureaucracies and there ain't a thing you can do about it.

https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/totalitarianism

Maybe they'll come up with an electric people's car with the green new deal.  :D
Not me pal__really, not me.

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Not me pal__really, not me.

Do you know where the rest of the Topix crew went?

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Do you know where the rest of the Topix crew went?
Just stop lying for the liar in chief. 🙏
https://apple.news/AV2YFng9fRkeKYDL7o71vNw

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Do you know where the rest of the Topix crew went?
Not the "crew" but I have bumped into a couple of the occasional posters on Reddit Politics (New). You probably won't like that forum.

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So, do you think the federal government should be enforcing its marijuana laws in Colorado?  It's illegal federally. That's tentherism or federalism.
You really should really take that to your holier than thou republicans and see what they can do, eh? Cause last I looked they seem to think that ďsomehow states have jurisdiction over the federal governmentĒ that actually has the final say on anything. Period.

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BTW, I think Alabama went too far and that law will probably be overturned in the supreme court.
Lower courts, even Republican majority like the 11th circuit have to follow laws made by Supreme Court, so I think it will be stuck down, as unconstitutional. A Republican judge out of Georgias federal court admitted he didn't like it, but law, is law. I can't see it making it to the Supreme Court, but there's already a couple of cases being weighed in on that themselves could dismantle small portions of Roe v Wade.

Teaman if you're looking for some old political posters, I saw on Reddit when reading some had signed up with Political Jack. You could check there.

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You really should really take that to your holier than thou republicans and see what they can do, eh? Cause last I looked they seem to think that ďsomehow states have jurisdiction over the federal governmentĒ that actually has the final say on anything. Period.

Not jurisdiction over, but separate jurisdictions. States don't enforce money counterfeit laws for one example. There is a jurisdiction "over" when states are involved with discrimination, fraud, corruption, and so forth.

By your answer, I take it you're in favor of the federal government enforcing their anti-marijuana laws in Colorado?


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Lower courts, even Republican majority like the 11th circuit have to follow laws made by Supreme Court, so I think it will be stuck down, as unconstitutional. A Republican judge out of Georgias federal court admitted he didn't like it, but law, is law. I can't see it making it to the Supreme Court, but there's already a couple of cases being weighed in on that themselves could dismantle small portions of Roe v Wade.

Teaman if you're looking for some old political posters, I saw on Reddit when reading some had signed up with Political Jack. You could check there.

I agree. The supreme court should strike down Alabama's law. Although the decision (Roe v. Wade) recognizes the state's right to regulate abortions, this is an outright ban.

Political Jack? I'll check it out. Thanks.