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Obama Visits Colorado For Pot Talks

Looking For Unfiltered Straight Dope On Legalization


(SNN) - U.S. President Barack Obama has taken a day out of his busy schedule to meet with Colorado governor, John Hickenlooper (his real name) and governmental reps from both America and its neighbors. Included in the delegation, among others were Mexican president, Enrique Peña Nieto, British Columbian premier Christy Clark and Canadian Opposition Leader Justin Trudeau, who all have specific expertise in the field of marijuana use, or in Christy’s case, in fields of marijuana.

“I think it is important to get our information first-hand regarding the effects of the marijuana, I mean the effects of the legislation, for all our constituents,” giggled Obama as he tucked into the offerings at the food court in the mall adjacent to the meeting site. “I can be quite clear when I say that this initiative by Colorado’s leadership is frickin awesome. Not bad work for a guy named ‘Hickenlooper’!”

A spokesman for the group, “Fathers In Favor of Mothers Against Drinking and Drugs’, Norbert Fecalman, has decried the president’s move, suggesting it is inappropriate for the president to be a part of a joint meeting of political heads.

“I checked with my wife and she says I believe what Mr. Obama is doing is wrong,” stated Fecalman bluntly. “Here he is the Leader of the Free World, as well as the United States, and he’s off getting all factsed up at this ‘meeting’. Back in the day, we didn’t call this an information session or anything so uppity. We called it a pot party.”

Obama did not let the First Lady attend this conference as she had decided to go home to her mother after “open and frank talks” with her husband about the trip.


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