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Letter: Invasion of the pot heads

Invasion of the pot heads

As a part-time resident, it pains me to see the stronghold that the dopers have taken on a place that I hold so dear to my heart. The county commissioners are given a great responsibility to uphold the will of their constituents and to furthermore uphold the well-being of the community that they serve.

Is everyone taking the pot? “Greenhouse” they say; “crackhouse,” I say.



The master plan of getting everyone hooked on reefers seems to be working. Why else would these drug lords need to build bigger facilities? They have created a population of addicts and now they are helping everyone “cop their fix.” Does the government think they are going to see a penny in tax dollars from these hopped-up pushers posing as “businessmen”? These supposed tax dollars would go to schools?

To teach are children how to be like Snoopy Dog Dog? It is illegal under federal law for good reason. It is said to be stronger than ever, creating a wasteland of instantly hooked zombies looking to commit their next crime. Our children deserve better. I would like to take this time to personally thank everyone for taking the time to read this letter and holding each and everyone of us to a higher standard of accountability.



Just say “no”!

W.E. Weissenberg

Old Snowmass and Miami


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