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Why do leftists denounce nullification yet favor California’s defiance of federal laws against marijuana?

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007 asked:

CA is considering decriminalizing marijuana across the board, a nullification of federal law.

So why are leftists bashing conservative states who want to nullify federal laws?
You 2 ‘geniuses’ who posted links aren’t aware of how federal laws interact with state laws, are you?

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Comments

  1. eat my pudding says:

    The left and the right are both corrupt, Bush passed the Patriot Act lest we forget, Libertarians may be the best way to go.

  2. Ann Coulter's Man Hand says:

    Good to know that you support California’s efforts.

  3. aeoidhf O says:

    Shhh! Don’t ask questions that might make a hippocrat think twice. I replaced the donkey with a hippo.

  4. Kowalski says:

    Leftists are out of their damn minds, you’re wasting your time trying to figure them out.

  5. SGT. D says:

    Because they are Hypocritical Bast-ards who think they can disobey the law when its convenient for them.

  6. Live to Fish says:

    Liberal hypocrisy on display again I guess. I like mine shaken not stirred.

  7. bob says:

    Decriminalizing marijuana would not violate anyone’s civil rights and I can see no constitutional issues with decriminalizing marijuana. I, as well as many others, see constitutional issues with the Arizona law. Its not about federal law. It’s about the constitution…You know the one with the second amendment that all of you know about…up to the well-regulated militia part?

  8. Sageandscholar says:

    Because state criminal codes determine drug policy in those states. A federal law against marijuana applies only to federal criminal jurisdiction.
    As such it is not a matter of nullification.

  9. JustinL says:

    The ballot initiative is to modify state drug laws, not federal drug laws.

  10. Not having an Obasm says:

    Selective ethics.

    In other words, business as usual.

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