And the Dopes Took Charge at Midnight
John Ransom | Jan 02, 2014
The first dope made history in New York City, when a politician left of Leon Trotsky was elected mayor of New York.
Yes, here in the United States.
His first order of business?
Get rid of horse carriages.
Yes. He's doing it because a liberal will do lots of things they can do, once given the power to, good idea or not.
In his bid to bring poor people and rich people closer together, he’s getting rid of horse carriages.
“We are going to quickly and aggressively move to make horse carriages no longer a part of the landscape in New York City,” Mr. de Blasio said at a news conference as reported by the New York Times. “They are not humane.”
Um, no…they’re equine.
Glad he can tell the difference between a horse’s ashhhh…ah, forget it.
The second dope made history in 2014, at the stroke of midnight Mile High style-- that is mountain time-- when eight dope stores in the Denver area opened. They each can legally sell up to one ounce of marijuana per day to Colorado residents and lesser amounts to those from out of state thanks to 2012’s referendum or proposition or direct democratic vote that legalizes such sales.
Like de Blasio, Colorado can’t tell a horse’s ashhh…ah, forget it.
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