Hey Mr. President: “Free The Weed.”


As many of you are aware, I do not sell or smoke marijuana, but I do have issues with government control over a misunderstood and misrepresented plant.

Because of this, I have decided to write several posts concerning cannabis to get the word out to others who don’t partake but have no hang-ups about cannabis being used both medically and recreationally. Here’s my agenda:

  1. Renew interest in the legalization of cannabis amongst non-users. Prohibition of this plant affects us all.
  2. Present information that debunks popular misconceptions and myths about cannabis.
  3. Get people working together to create a concentrated effort for legalizing cannabis on all fronts, enhancing the chance of the movement’s success.

I know that some of you will say no way, and others will claim it’s been tried and that there’s little chance for victory. My response to you: Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

Marijuana quotes from politicians:

“Penalties against possession of a drug should not be more damaging to an individual than the use of the drug itself, and where they are they should be changed.” -Jimmy Carter

“When I was a kid I inhaled frequently. That was the point.” -Obama

“Make the most of the Indian Hemp Seed and sow it everywhere.” -George Washington

“Congress should definitely consider decriminalizing possession of marijuana….We should concentrate on prosecuting the rapists and burglars who are a menace to society.” -U.S. Representative Dan Quayle, March 1977

Marijuana usage on the rise in U.S. due to recession and tighter U.S. boarder control policies.

BARBOURVILLE, Ky. — Machete-wielding police officers have hacked their way through billions of dollars worth of marijuana in the country’s top pot-growing states to stave off a bumper crop sprouting in the tough economy. Read the Entire Article.

New Report Reveals War on Marijuana Fails.

New Report from London: War on Drugs is Waste of Time. It is not only a very expensive and misdirected “war,” but counterproductive and harmful.

Flash Back 2007: Marijuana hailed as wonder drug.

Results from the 2008 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Detailed Tables.

There is a movement in California by influential people to legalize marijuana to help offset the current economic problems that are troubling California. Legalizing Marijuana in California.

Cannabis goes high tech as featured in Fortune Magazine.


“I have been smoking 10-12 marijuana cigarettes a day for 38 years. Medical marijuana is giving activists a chance to show how a legitimized pot business can work.” How Marijuana Became Legal.

“The Day the Swat Team Crashed Through my Door: Police make mistakes and can get it wrong. They killed my dogs for nothing.”


Marijuana Prohibition Facts: An interesting review of Marijuana being a forbidden outlawed plant.

Getting Involved: Join a group or action committee that is advocating the legalization of marijuana. Take Action.

It is up to you and me. Say nothing, do nothing, nothing will happen.

Chemically Green would like to thank all the people working on the mission towards legalizing marijuana. A special thanks to recent friends that have been active in this movement and have helped me with valuable information for this post.

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11 Responses to Hey Mr. President: “Free The Weed.”

  1. J December 15, 2009 at 9:36 am #

    I would rather it be decriminalized because I think the law should be silent on the subject of marijuana use.

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    chemicallygreen.com December 21, 2009 at 3:18 pm #

    @J: Thank u J for your comments. I have read several articles on countries that decriminalized marijuana with good results. I agree with u at this time.
    The major emphasis in the U.S. at this time is the legalization of medical marijuana. I do not trust the federal government and wonder how far this will go before something happens to slow down or hurt the legalization process. Hope this works. Time will tell.

  3. Wal Heinrich February 13, 2010 at 2:57 pm #

    Allow me to offer a different perspective. I live in a place where possessing and growing small amounts of weed are legal. From a legal, policing, and social perspective this definitely has significant advantages over the bad old days of total prohibition. I am also a spiritual therapist. I give therapy to many people who smoke dope. From a spiritual perspective, I don’t recommend smoking dope because it can damage the aura, allowing negativity to interfere.

  4. ChemicallyGreen.com
    chemicallygreen.com March 1, 2010 at 3:46 pm #

    @Wal Heinrich: Thank u for your comments. Interesting on what u have to share. How does smoking marijuana allows negativity interfere with a person aura? Please explain.

  5. Wal Heinrich March 1, 2010 at 4:43 pm #

    If by your word ‘how’ you mean ‘by what mechanism’, I don’t know the answer. I simply know that by observing the aura, which I am blessed to be able to do, there is often damage in the auras of heavy dope smokers. The key factor is how healthy the person is. People who keep fit and healthy don’t seem to be troubled that much, although the aura may take on a greenish tinge. Unhealthy people, on the other hand, can get ‘dark holes’ in the aura that allow negativity in (eg demonics).

  6. Iphone scale March 6, 2010 at 10:09 am #

    I really don’t think anything will happen that il change the current confused situation on marijuana status.

    If you have the cash go to holland for a weekend and enjoy it as much as you can. You will start to see the world with diffrent eyes.

  7. ChemicallyGreen.com
    chemicallygreen.com March 30, 2010 at 1:56 pm #

    @Wal Heinreich Thanks for your comments.

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    chemicallygreen.com May 5, 2010 at 12:24 pm #

    @Iphone scale: Thank u for your comments. The legalization of medical marijuana is happening. Washington D.C. and 17 other states have passed bills for the legalization of medical marijuana. It has been a long time coming, but more change is in the wind.

  9. The Snitchuation June 20, 2010 at 7:08 pm #

    RT @ChemicallyGreen Hey Mr. President: “Free The Weed.” http://bit.ly/cSEzSl

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