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My Speech at Oaksterdam

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Roseanne’s appearance was threefold: She pushed for total legalization of the marijuana plant as well as donations and voters for her newly adopted political party (a push to be a Green Party candidate didn’t go so well).

“Marijuana should be totally legal,” she said. “We live in a free country, so it should be legal to smoke marijuana and drink.”

Barr is running on a ticket with antiwar activist Cindy Sheehan, who Bay Area voters may remember from her 2008 bid to unseat then-House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi.

Her appearance in Oakland was initially scheduled to be a fundraiser at a private home, but when Oaksterdam officials found out she’d be in town, they invited her to the downtown campus of the marijuana school, one of the federal goverment’s victims in the recent crackdown on state-legal weed.

Read the rest of “Roseanne Barr And Marijuana: Former TV Star Campaigns In Oakland” on The Huffington Post…

Comments

  1. A lot of what was said is very accurate, knowing of course that special emphasis must be made to sway peoples oppinion. I don’t know that you would be successful as the president to change much though. I would be interested to see who you would appoint to the various positions the president is responsible for filling. I don’t like that pot is illegal, but Im not a pot smoker (I don’t have any reason to smoke it and plenty of reason not to.) I don’t think that total control of anything should be given to the public as a whole since that has proven to be a bad idea in the past. I think really the first thing that needs to “go” is the electoral college votes since they don’t accurately represent the desires of the people as they are supposed to. The next thing on my mind would be to stop congress from being able to “bail-out” anyone . . . . . ever. When I make a poor spending choice nobody bails me out. And with that needs to come the re-enstatement of the Glass vs Steigal Act to stop banks and major corporations from recycling their debt in the stock market into their dealings with their consumers. I don’t think the rich should have to pay for their success, but I don’t think the poor should have to pay for it either. Just a few of my thoughts. Good luck with your campaign. Everything is a learning experience and if you don’t win this time you can always try again.

  2. Well Roseanne, I’ve just filled out my absentee ballot and cast my vote for you.

    I received a DVD in the mail yesterday, Dreams from My Real Father directed by Joel Gilbert. Everyone in the world needs to see this video! it is SHOCKING to say the least and will open everyone’s eyes about Obama. Go to http://ObamasRealFather.com The guy is a lying sack of shit !!!

  3. Damn, woman, you have been my heroine since before-I-can-remember. Watching your show has always made me think of my (now deceased, far too soon) mother ‘cuz she was a lot like you and your political campaign is just beautiful and perfect. I’ve been ambivalent about voting because I love Barack, but I don’t really believe he’ll change anything…you’re a long shot, but at least I believe in the things you’re saying. And FUCK, you knew Mary Daly (another heroine of mine)…I love you. I don’t know if you really read these comments, but if you do, know that I love you, love you, love you. Thank you for existing. You’re a fucking badass.

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    2. Great Lakes Super-state Parliament (ss7)
    3. Vote Counting School
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    PacificNW Super-state Parliament (ss12) Cabinet
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    Foreign Minister Mazie Hirono [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Deputy Foreign Minister Saichairi Rian McGrath [Socialist] Elected on 9/30/2012

    Constitutional Law Minister Rick Staggenborg [All] Elected on 9/30/2012
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    Deputy Constitutional Law Minister Steven Argue [Socialist] Elected on 9/30/2012

    Human Rights Minister Barbara Marumoto [Republican] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Deputy Human Rights Minister Roseanne Barr [Green Tea] Elected on 9/30/2012

    Homeland Security Minister Bono-Mack [Republican] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Deputy Homeland Security Minister Steve Sears [Independent Socialist] Elected on 9/30/2012

    Attorney General Minister Dan Cox [Libertarian] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Deputy Attorney General Minister Roseanne Barr [Green Tea] Elected on 9/30/2012

    Energy Minister Doloras Huerta [Info. Not Avail.] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Deputy Energy Minister Steve Clark [Socialist] Elected on 9/30/2012

    Federal Communications Commissioner Minister Mike Honda [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
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    Deputy Press Secretary Minister Lydia Kelemen [Socialist Realist] Elected on 9/30/2012

    Interior Minister Cindy Sheehan [Peace & Freedom] Elected on 9/30/2012
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    Independent Expenditure Minister Keith Judd [Green] Elected on 9/30/2012

    Platform Minister Reina Roybal [Peace & Freedom] Elected on 9/30/2012
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    Treasury Minister J. Paul Hadd [Independent] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Defense Minister Otis Sterling lll [Info. Not Avail.] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Vote Counting Minister Rosa Clemente [Green] Elected on 9/30/2012
    SEC Minister James Carry [Demcratic] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Health and Human Services Minister Mike Gravel [Libertarian] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Supreme Electoral Council Minister Charles Jay [Boston Tea] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive Minister Brandy Baker [Independent] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Internal Affairs of the Senate Minister Lih Young [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    CIA Minister Mike Fellows [Libertarian] Elected on 9/30/2012
    BATF Minister Li Zhao [Libertarian] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Environmental Minister Daniel Inouye [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Education Minister Chris Fry [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    AMTRAK (National Railroad Passenger Corporation) Minister Vincent Clark [Libertarian] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Research and Science Minister Dave Stromaier [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Minister Linda McCulloch [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Native American Affairs Minister Pam Bucy [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Commerce Minister Alex Mendoza [Socialist] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Secretary of State Minister Franke Wilmer [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Federal Election Commission Minister Kim Gillan [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Peace Corps Minister Jon Tester [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Labor Minister Robin Altman [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Arts & Culture Minister Zac Goldstein [Socialist] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Speaker Minister Gustavo Gutierrez [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Federal Reserve System Minister Thomas “Emily” Allard [Independent] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Agriculture Minister Ryan Kondakor [Otaku] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Justice Minister David Cobb [Green] Elected on 9/30/2012
    General Services Administration Minister Sam Webb [Communist] Elected on 9/30/2012
    United States Postal Service (USPS) Minister Jarvis Tyner [Communist] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Government Reduction Minister Alan Colmes [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Housing and Urban Development Minister John Stossel [Libertarian] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Social Security Administration (SSA) Minister Jeff Boss [NSA did 9/11] Elected on 9/30/2012
    National Council on Disability Minister Dennis Knill [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Economics Minister Michael Peroutka [Constitution] Elected on 9/30/2012
    States Rights Minister Curtis Oda [Republican] Elected on 9/30/2012
    FBI Minister Zuhdi Jasser [Republican] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board Minister Saghir Tahir [Republican] Elected on 9/30/2012
    FEMA Minister Darrell Issa [Republican] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Families, Housing, Community and Indigenous People Minister Nikki Haley [Republican] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Small Biz Administration Minister John E. Sununu [Republican] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Federal Maritime Commission Minister John Talent [Anarchist-Socialist] Elected on 9/30/2012
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    Farm Credit Administration Minister Brian Moore [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Minister Farid Khavari [Democrat] Elected on 9/30/2012
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    Prime Minister Justin Kahm [Socialist] Elected on 9/29/2012
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    2. Great Lakes Super-state Parliament (ss7)
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    MSP Logan Elam-Crosley [Independent] Self-Appointed on 9/26/2012
    MSP JC Skues [Marijuana] Self Appointed on 9/22/2012
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