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FBI Director Mueller Perjures Congress, "Everybody Rejects It [Legalization of Marijuana]"

Submitted by Thinking CAP on Thu, May 21, 2009 - 3:22 am

From CNN:

FBI director Robert Mueller says marijuana should not be legalized while admitting no adult has been killed by the drug.

There are a number of misleading ideas put forth by Robert Mueller, for example the “gateway theory,” which he tries to raise in a heart-wrenching fashion. Representative Steve Cohen (D-Tenn) takes him to task on that one. [ Citations] [ Analysis]

Telling the Truth, “I Can’t [Name Anyone Who Has Died from Marijuana]”

To his credit, Mueller tells the truth when he says we know of no one who has died due to marijuana.


Below the video, read the reason I posted this video.

Video Title: 
FBI defends marijuana laws

Posted Because: 

It’s irritating when people lie to Congress. Don’t they call that “perjury?”

Major No No

In response to a question about legalizing marijuana, Mueller claims,

“I think anybody who looks at this problem considers it [legalization]. And ultimately when you look at it [legalization] rejects it.”

Does he not know, for many decades, there have been plenty of intelligent people from all walks of life, with all sorts of backgrounds, with all levels of education, who have considered ending prohibition and decided that was the smart thing to do? And not just a prohibition on marijuana?

Just taking a look at the LEAP home page one sees many famous faces who have made it known publicly they reject prohibition! And that they are all for a system of legalization and regulation: William F. Buckley, Jr., Noam Chomsky, Barbara Ehrenreich, Milton Friedman, George P. Schultz, and Howard Zinn; that’s just from the LEAP home page.

Or what about the 1972 publication by Edward M. Brecher and the Editors of Consumer Reports Magazine, “Consumers Union Report - Licit and Illicit Drugs.”

Be sure to read the chapter in “Part X - Conclusions and Recommendations,” “Chapter 69. Policy issues and recommendations.”

Let’s Pray

Heavenly Father, please have mercy on us when it’s difficult for us to tell the truth, and give us strength to be honest. Please help us deal with our frustrations; many people are frustrated for many reasons, many people have opinions which are diametrically opposed to other opinions they hold. Please comfort those who are suffering due to the loss of a loved one. Please comfort those who use marijuana as medicine but are considered criminals. Please comfort those who do not have access to marijuana, but could be using it to ease their suffering. Please help my Dad.

Please bring understanding to the minds of people who are afraid of marijuana. Please lead to repentance those who are eagerly trying to spread misunderstanding.

In the name of Jesus I pray. Amen.


That reminds me of a song by Traffic, A House for Everyone, from the record Mr. Fantasy (although I only owned the CD):

And came upon two large houses, sit out in a park.
On the door, one was “Truth” on other door was “Lies.”
Which one should I enter through, I really must decide.
The door marked “Lies” had lots of flowers growing ‘round outside, but looking close I noticed it was crumbling inside.
The door marked “Truth” was very plain, but stood up very strong, and when I entered through its door I knew I wasn’t wrong!