THANK YOU GOVERNOR MOONBEAM
I heard the news today, oh boy…
And though the news was very sad,
I just had to laugh…
Of course everybody understands that I’m talking about Governor Brown of California, who just
announced that he would wait and see how the Colorado and Washington legalization laws work out
before he would sign a legalization bill.
And this from a governor who people said had a hole in his head, and who was called Governor
Moonbeam during his first stint in office in the seventies, when he signed one of the first
decriminalization bills in the county. Now, of course, he’s a grumpy old man.
He said that the world is a dangerous place and people have to be alert all the time. He is afraid
potheads would destroy the state’s esprit de corps. Does he believe his decision not to legalize
marijuana is going to stop one person from obtaining it and enjoying its wonderful effects?
I appreciate Brown’s honesty and am actually happy that he announced his decision. Yes, I just had to
We know that petitioning to the legislature won’t do any good because the governor won’t sign the bill.
Therefore, our efforts must be focused on a 2016 initiative.
Thank you, Governor Brown. Now we know where you’re at and what we need to do. We don’t need
you, because in 2016, we have the demographics and the election is ours. And we won’t have to make
the compromises we would have had to make in legislation politics. You have helped us determine our
strategy and policy for the next two years.
Sorry, Governor Moonbean, you are crazy.
When you win the gubernatorial race in 2016, one of your jobs will be enforcing new marijuana
legalization laws that turn regulation from criminal to civil. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it because, being a “law
and order” governor, you’ll be able to get more cops to chase real criminals and lean down the criminal
justice system, which is the only portion of government that is still bloated.
The voters will decide the laws. The die is cast. You’ve made the decision. And if you don’t like what we
do, remember you should’ve done it yourself.
He blew his mind out in a car.
He didn’t notice that the lights had changed.
A crowd of people stood and stared.
Thev’d seen his face before.
Nobody was really sure
if he was from the house of lords.
I’d love to turn you on.