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Meghan McCain Fully Supports Being Half Baked!

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Green power!

While discussing her new book America, You Sexy Bitch on The Tonight Show & The View, Meghan McCain made a shocking announcement that she is TOTALLY for the legalization of marijuana.

Huh??!

Here's what Senator McCain's daughter said:

"I was living in Los Angeles very briefly last year, and I was shocked at how people here smoke weed the way people in New York pour wine. Once I started doing research onto the economic benefits for our country by decriminalizing marijuana, I decided to come out publicly in support of it."

That argument actually seems to make…sense?

But does that mean Meghan herself tokes up? We're also wondering how John McCain feels about his daughter's shocking admission.

Meghan revealed:

"[I'm] not a cannabis user … frequently. My father knows everything … and he loves me."

Wow!

We love Megan's idea in theory, but we're not sure if legalizing marijuana would actually help the economy or just make people really lazy and hungry…! LOLz!

What do U think???

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16 comments to “Meghan McCain Fully Supports Being Half Baked!”



  1. 1

    Meghan McCain's observation is telling of how legalizing it would impact the country as a whole…honestly it would be mostly beneficial. Currently if an individual wants to smoke they can easily get their hands on it, albeit a potentially adulterated form. Legalizing it would influence safe (er) marijuana accessibility if legit markets opened, and secondly a lot of expenses would be cut by not punishing those of legal age who simply possess it. I don't smoke marijuana nor do I even smoke cigarettes because I think they're both dumb habits, but in today's world it is unrealistic to have them both illegal…so why not just legalize them and let individuals sort their own priorities out?



  2. 2

    are U serious?! So if that's the worst thing about pot, U think the government should have the right to control your right to be lazy or hungry. You are an ignorant slave. Only idiots think marijuana is harmful. spending your life energy working like a shmuck at a job you hate is way worse for you. That's why caffeine is LEGAL. Work! Work! Work! then die! don't spend any of your life actually being a human being and savouring the moments! Whatever you do, listen to the voice on the tV telling you what to think!



  3. 3

    Oh like totally! I don't see how anyone can take Meghan McCain seriously. I must have forgotten, from where was it she got her political science degree? Besides that, she could certainly use some speech and diction courses … big time. She's a step above Bristol Palin but it's almost like six of one and half a dozen of the other. Let us not forget, it was her father who decided that Sarah Palin would be fit to be VP of the USA. I rest my case.



  4. 4

    I want to see her standing in front of a Hustler backdrop.

  5. juba says – reply to this


    5

    STFU, perez. what do you know about the impact of larijuana legalization? your brain is softer than mine on hash oil. just "report the news" and be quiet.



  6. 6

    Re: Delightenment – great comment and so true!!!

  7. jway says – reply to this


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    Taxpayers spend $40 Billion-a-year on a prohibition that *doesn't* stop people using marijuana. Are we all so rich that this colossal waste of money is no big deal?
    Drug Dealers Don't Card - Supermarkets Do!



  8. 8

    Taxpayers spend $40 Billion-a-year on a prohibition that *doesn't* stop people using marijuana. Are we all so rich that this colossal waste of money is no big deal?
    Drug Dealers Don't Card - Supermarkets Do!



  9. 9

    It shouldn't be legalized. But it should however be decriminalized. Legalizing it would simply allow large corporations to get a hold of it, mass produce shitty weed then spray and do god only knows what to it making an overall 'safe' substance dangerous. Decriminalize, stop wasting tax dollars putting 18 year olds in jail for a little bit of weed. Instead, write tickets. It's nauseating seeing those idiotic twats in Washington debate and whine about the economy while we are wasting 10 billion a month on an unneeded war and wasting billions on the epic fail called the war on drugs.

    Re: Your S-M Girlfriend – You're an idiot. The majority of Americans are retarded as shit. Loads of generally far left celebrities comment on politics all the time. Even worse part is they publicly endorse people,etc.

  10. kevin11 says – reply to this


    10

    Re: NookiesWA – So if we decriminalize possession only, then the stuff will still have to come from the Mexican cartels. Hardly ideal…

  11. John says – reply to this


    11

    Not every individual who smokes pot is a lazy, unproductive member of society. Some people work extremely hard at their jobs, and just want to come home and relax - the same way you would by having a glass of wine at the end of the day. Really this argument comes down to our government telling you what you can and cannot put inside your body. If I want to toke up on aFriday night, or ANY night for that matter, I should have that right as a tax paying citizen. Kudos to Meghan McCain for being brave enough to at least try and start the discussion about pot.



  12. 12

    Re: kevin11 – Not if you legalize it for medical use in every state. Then just decriminalize for the people that get busted without a medical card. Trust me, if its legalized corporations would get a hold of it..and it would force all local growers out of business..That took YEARS of risks and hardwork coming up with the perfect strains. Then a large cooperation just has to steal THEIR product and mass produce. It's not our fault America cannot keep drugs out of the US..If they DID A BETTER JOB then less cartels getting money from drugs.



  13. 13

    Re: kevin11 – Most growers and people that are heavily involved in the cannabis culture does not want it 100% legalized.

  14. Cindy says – reply to this


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    You're dumb Perez. How could it NOT benefit the country?

  15. Cindy says – reply to this


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    Re: Delightenment – Agreed Delightenment. Perez is too caught up in obsessing over celebrities and dumb movie sequels. He's brain washed.

  16. John Balzer says – reply to this


    16

    I would hope that all those who recognize the medicinal value of cannabis will be casting their vote for Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate for president who supports the legalization of marijuana. The fact that the failed war on drugs cost much money to fight and then jail people for trivial matters is possible the biggest issue in a time when getting our economic policies in order is crucial.