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Old 03-26-2009   #1
 
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Obama wants high-paying, "high-skill" jobs in future

"Obama had some fun with at least one question, saying he doesn't think legalizing marijuana is a good strategy for turning around the economy"
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090326/...h/obama_online

Doesn't look like obama has a brain in that head of his after all. One can't deny that it could possibly help fight unemployment by "creating jobs" and help with the tax defecit. Plus save us some of that money he is so quick to print instead of looking in the money drawer.

i guess everybody will be 2 high to do anything. did the liquer or tobacco market take a hit from the recession?

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It like saying bus eater cann't be surfed due to access. bull shit put atow rope in which some call inovative thinking. and than its possible.

He can say it won't help but he will never know unless he tries. or does that only go for stimulus money.
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