Drug Use By a Current Official?

At a recent public event, a current federal government official said the following:

[quote]Because the – all which is on the table begins to address the big cost drivers. For example, how benefits are calculate, for example, is on the table; whether or not benefits rise based upon wage increases or price increases. There’s a series of parts of the formula that are being considered. And when you couple that, those different cost drivers, affecting those – changing those with personal accounts, the idea is to get what has been promised more likely to be – or closer delivered to what has been promised.

Does that make any sense to you? It’s kind of muddled. Look, there’s a series of things that cause the – like, for example, benefits are calculated based upon the increase of wages, as opposed to the increase of prices. Some have suggested that we calculate – the benefits will rise based upon inflation, as opposed to wage increases. There is a reform that would help solve the red if that were put into effect. In other words, how fast benefits grow, how fast the promised benefits grow, if those – if that growth is affected, it will help on the red.

Okay, better? I’ll keep working on it.[/quote]

The American taxpayer shouldn’t be footing the bill for this sort of nonsense. Perhaps now would be a good time to do some random dope tests.

link please

just google any part of it.

It may be time to privatise the presidency.

The state of GW’s public off-the-cuff speaking ability is old news. I feel he shouldn’t speak in public unless it is read from a prepared document.

Why not examine Henry Kissinger if you want a conservative guy who CAN make a point or two in spontaneous public discourse?

Or Fred Smith. :slight_smile:

One of my favorite writeups is this one:


A friend sent me this essay some time ago…


I think the real key to legalization is to get as many kiddies hooked
as possible. All the logical, liberty, and practical arguments in the
world are no match for the propaganda believing herd. Such motivations
pale in comparison to the motivation to cease being under threat of
imprisonment and asset seizure. That’s why we’ve got to get all the
kiddies hooked. I’m dead serious. We need to start a Johnny Appleseed
revolution, so that no kid in the country need look further than a
nature hike for the opportunity to experiment with the demon
weed. Then, we need lots of supporting propaganda. Way more than the
current bullshit commercial rap stars, etc. Kids need to feel SQUARE
if they aren’t using. They need to be ostracized and cast out from the
COOL crowd. Then, after a couple of decades, perhaps we can swing the
tide. The 60’s were a nice start, but we need one or two more waves of
new users like that before we can swing the momentum past the point of

Do your part. Once you are done voting and spamming your
representatives, go out and PLANT SOME WEED. Plant it everywhere.
Plant it in places where it will bog the storm-troopers down to
patrol, like nature trails, etc. Don’t plant it all in one place.

Next, find sympathizers with backgrounds in genetic engineering. Let’s
get those THC producing genes spliced into GMOs, like new special
strawberry plants, special tomato plants, special bananna trees. Or
even better, target the popular legal weeds. We need to overrun the
world with so much THC that it is impractical, nea, IMPOSSIBLE for the
government to control it. Don’t whine about damaging the delicate
balance of the ecosystem, as we are fighting JACKBOOTED SCUM FUCKING
THUGS, who are already a far more damaging form of life to our
ecosystem. Don’t worry, the rest of nature will evolve and adapt, so
what if the bunnies start gettin a little high. It’ll all be g00d.

Peace out folks, and good luck with the REBELLION. Just remember
Johnny Appleseed, and it’ll all work out just fine.


Your friend sounds like someone who is opposed to legalization.

And about Dunesberry. I never could figure it out. Is it supposed to be not funny?

I think it’s supposed to make you feel clever, and pleased for yourself at being so much better than people who don’t read Dunesberry.

And another official who sometimes thinks the president is her husband.

The U.S. really ‘jumped the shark’ as a nation when Kool-Aid was legalized.

Kool-Aid of course isn’t a toxic substance in and of itself but it’s too easy to spike undetected.

Ban Kool-Aid! Restore the powers of speech and thought to the White House before it’s too late. Good god, people, can’t you see what’s going on?

Perhaps if these “town hall” meetings on social security involved people with differing viewpoints, Bush would rise to the challenge and prepare for discussions on the future of social security. He didn’t do great during the presidential debates, but at least he used complete sentences and you could say he looked about as prepared as we’ve ever seen him. As it is, with crowds being screened out, he seems to think he can get by talking his druggie talk to the crowds.

My reaction to his little cheech-and-chong show? Just say no!