Sunday, July 19, 2009
When can we order real hash browns for breakfast at a Hawaii hotel?
by Larry Geller
You may have seen this story in the Sunday Advertiser.
More and more, having premium pot delivered to your door in California is not a crime. It is a legitimate business.
Marijuana has transformed California. Since the state became the first to legalize the drug for medicinal use, the weed the federal government puts in the same category as heroin and cocaine has become a major economic force.
No longer relegated to the underground, pot in California these days props up local economies, mints millionaires and feeds a thriving industry of startups designed to grow, market and distribute the drug.
Instead of spending $500,000 for a spaceport license, why not skip that pipe dream in favor of a better one?
Read the story. Why shouldn’t Hawaii be able to do as well or better than California? They’ve demonstrated that growing and distributing marijuana “has become a major economic force.” Seems to me, a major economic force is just what we need right now.
So once again I suggest: It’s time for Hawaii to chase out the GMO industry and plant a real cash crop.
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