In an open-minded, educative spirit, I honestly think it would benefit us all if Jeff Session were to learn what it practically means to smoke marijuana. I submit it would open his moral outlook to a wider range of human empathy in a nation where he serves as attorney general; that is, it would help get him out of the narrow world he has fashioned in his mind.
That period, as we all know from the movies, succeeded only in giving us Al Capone, corrupt cops and help in establishing a powerful criminal underworld. Sessions might also begin to realize the issue of pot has absolutely nothing to do with God and his only begotten son, Jesus Christ. Sessions, who is a favorite among evangelicals, was appointed attorney general by the deeply spiritual Donald Trump. Earlier, President George W. Bush assured us the ideas of Jesus Christ were tops in his mind and, thus, a fine guide on how to run the country.
Which means one is left to imagine what Jesus Christ would do: imagination and metaphor construction are how the philosophers suggest we humans make sense in our heads out of the chaos of life. Jeff Sessions seems a likeable, diminutive, gnome-like fellow. Every time I see him on TV, he always seems a bit perplexed and a little vulnerable.
Maybe that has to do with the possibility, in the midst of this crazy Russia-collusion hysteria, he can hear the bloodhounds baying in the woods and is having second thoughts about signing on with the Trump insurgency. In European myth, gnomes were dwarfish figures who lived underground and spent their lives guarding buried treasure. As attorney general, you might say he guards our constitutional system of laws, and many people go on and on about how the Constitution of the United States is our national treasure.
It would be interesting to see what comes up on an Ancestry. Sessions and his career.
Cotton was short and the weeds were tall. But Mr Roosevelt was gonna save us all.
The county got the farm and they moved to town. Papa got a job with the TVA. He bought a washing machine, then a Chevrolet. Sweet potato pie and shut my mouth. Stonewall and Gone With the Wind. I long to be back home in the great state of Alabama. Lord, deliver me from this demon city and the forces of darkness that so frighten me. Sessions of the hard times and that class traitor FDR who saved so many people. Sessions to be prosecutors and senators. It seems God and Jesus Christ shifted their politics somewhere along the way.
Sessions advocated making a second conviction for the sale of marijuana a capital crime, which meant the state of Alabama would be able to kill someone for selling marijuana, a substance now perfectly legal in the capital city of this great nation, where members of the three august branches of our government now rule by throwing rotten vegetables at each other.
Sessions would take us back to the halcyon days of mandatory minimum sentences and a host of other draconian features of our troubled criminal justice system.
Back to a time when God-fearing white folks figured out how to stigmatize African Americans as felons so they could mass-incarcerate them instead of lynching them. Which is insane. Stark raving madness! The fact that God and Jesus Christ may be implicated in this decision to reverse a sane, bi-partisan trend toward reform. More people have been slaughtered and oppressed in the history of the world in the name of Jesus Christ than anyone else.
Not that we should let Jews or Muslims off the hook.
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Or even atheists, for that matter. The life of jazz great Louis Armstrong is instructive. Armstrong smoked gage daily from to his death in In a story he apparently told often, Satchmo ran into Vice President Richard Nixon in in an airport in Japan, where both were touring.
Can I do anything for you? You can carry my instrument case, Satchmo said. Later, his wife, Lucille, was arrested for a joint in Hawaii. The arrest of his wife apparently disturbed Armstrong and upset his mellow.
And there is no one on this earth that can ever stop it all from growing. Because he feels the same way I do about it. Religious conservatives like Jeff Sessions get all worked up convincing themselves that secular humanists want to outlaw God just like Sessions wants to outlaw marijuana and other currently illegal drugs. Inspired by the original film of the same name, this raucous musical comedy takes a tongue-in-cheek look at the hysteria caused when clean-cut kids fall prey to marijuana, leading them on a hysterical downward spiral filled with evil jazz music, sex and violence.
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