'Prince of Pot'
The Canadian who mailed seeds will likely face five years in an American federal prison.
The difference between Marc Emery's pot seeds
and countless others on the market was that if you bought Emery's,
"Plant the seeds of freedom, overgrow the government,"
Emery urged his clients. With a pot plant on every patio,
Sooner or later, he promised, "they will simply give up and change the laws."
Big mistake - thinking America uses logic to solve our problems.
Well, not yet. Emery, who U.S. authorities fingered
in 2005 as one of the top 46 international drug trafficking targets,
Here in Vancouver, where cannabis cafes, head
shops and even a supervised needle-injection site exist,
His extradition has sparked a sovereignty outcry
across Canada, where civil rights advocates and some members
How is this any of our business?
Sure, if this was murder or kidnapping that'd
be different, but I challenge Obama
Sometimes Obama seems like a lost puppy who can
do nothing but follow in his master's (Bush) footsteps.
Why couldn't we have at least warned the guy,
"End shipments to America or we'll ask
Reminder: Candidate Obama was for legalization, but the
minute he got power he turned into "The Man."