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Name: Harvey the Rabbit
Gender: Male
Hometown: New England
Home country: USA
Current location: Hollywood
Member since: Wed Aug 3, 2011, 12:52 PM
Number of posts: 12,037

About Me

Nixon was a fucking crook. As a teenager I marched on the UN in 1982 with a million other people demanding we get rid of the threat of nuclear weapons hanging over our heads. Since then I've worked to get Democrats elected like John Aristotle Phillips, known as the A-Bomb Kid when he ran for Congress against Stuart McKinney in CT in the 80's (we lost twice) through the Obama campaign in 2008 and 2012. I want to legalize cannabis, reform our prison for profit system, cut our military budget, get out of Afghanistan and push solar energy panels into every building in the USA.

Journal Archives

I live in LA but I've been on vacation in Central and Northern California

for the last week.
Driving, hiking and walking through the place reminds me that we have an incredible, beautiful state and we need to do all we can to preserve it.
From the beaches of Pismo to Napa Valley, it's been a fun and delicious week.
And wine, do we have wine....

Video cameras worn by every cop, every day. I want it.

So I signed the petition.
You can too.

Mike Brown Law. Requires all state, county, and local police to wear a camera.

Create a bill, sign into law, and set aside funds to require all state,county, and local police, to wear a camera. Due to the latest accounts of deadly encounters with police, We the People, petition for the Mike Brown Law. Create a bill, sign into law, and set aside funds to require all state,county, and local police, to wear a camera.The law shall be made in an effort to not only detour police misconduct(i.e. brutality, profiling, abuse of power), but to ensure that all police are following procedure, and to remove all question, from normally questionable police encounters. As well, as help to hold all parties within a police investigation, accountable for their actions.


Chuck Todd takes over Meet The Press. Because there wasn't enough bad news this week.

Bad news is Gregory keeps his job.
Worse news is Chuck Todd getting it.
At least they didn't pick Joe Scardouche.
Looks like I'm still sleeping til noon on Sunday mornings.

Jon Stewart or Stephen Colbert could save Meet The Press. Who else could do it?

Not that Jon or Colbert are available but there has to be someone else with that skill set that could excite viewers and hold their own against our nation's politicians.
Who could NBC pick to get you to watch MTP?


It was forty years ago today.
Richard Nixon had to go away.
Hearings in the Senate it took,
Obstruction made him a crook.
President for a lot of years.
He resigned to lots of cheers.
Ever since the GOP's been mad,
Their guy's the one who went bad.
So evil they try to project,
on the one they don't elect.

High and Dry in Pot Country: How California's Historic Drought Is Threatening The Marijuana Industry

High and Dry in Pot Country
By Sean Patrick Farrell, August 6th, 2014

California’s drought is affecting agriculture including marijuana.
Illegal growers are being blamed for stolen water and environmental damage.
Small-scale farmers say the crop can be grown green.

Story and video at link


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CA A.G. Kamala Harris (D) refuses to endorse legalization of cannabis but her GOP opponent has....


While her Republican opponent gave a full-throated endorsement for legalizing marijuana, California Attorney General Kamala Harris (D) declined to say whether she supports allowing recreational use of the substance.

Republican Ron Gold, the state's former deputy attorney general, is challenging Harris in her reelection bid this fall. Gold has voiced his support for both medical and recreational marijuana, pointing to the failures of prohibition.

"It is common sense, reasonable and rational to change laws that have driven the market for marijuana into the hands of drug cartels and street gangs," Gold wrote in an op-ed last month.

In an interview with Sacramento NBC affiliate KRCA, Gold further explained his pro-marijuana position, noting the potential tax benefits for the state.....
More at link

This is the kind of shit that will lose us key positions in state and federal office if the Democratic Party does not get its act together and endorse legalization otherwise the Libertarian/TeaPartiers will take the youth vote from us.
Come on Kamala!
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