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You know, it's a funny thing. Every one of the bastards that are out for legalizing marijuana is Jewish. What the Christ is the matter with the Jews, Bob? What is the matter with them? I suppose it is because most of them are psychiatrists.

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April 27th, 2015

Rand Paul comes out in support of drones after filibustering the the nomination of John Brennan for 13 hours. Huh, it's almost as if his libertarian positions pre-presidential campaign are imcompaitbale with the Republican Party platform. Note: Paul is completely okay with using drones to kill criminals robbing liquor stores.

April 28th, 2015

Another angle of the Clinton Cash scandal has come to light. David Sirota (Democratic political spokesperson) co-authors an article entitled Firms Paid Bill Clinton Millions As They Lobbied Hillary Clinton:

Former President Bill Clinton accepted more than $2.5 million in speaking fees from 13 major corporations and trade associations that lobbied the U.S. State Department while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, an International Business Times investigation has found. The fees were paid directly to the former president, and not directed to his philanthropic foundation.

Many of the companies that paid Bill Clinton for these speeches -- a roster of global giants that includes Microsoft, Oracle and Dell -- engaged him within the same three-month period in which they were also lobbying the State Department in pursuit of their policy aims, federal disclosure documents show. Several companies received millions of dollars in State Department contracts while Hillary Clinton led the institution.

This has enough standing for it to become a moderate to severe issue for Hillary. However, it's interesting to note that Americans already don't trust the Clintons despite Hillary beating everyone else in the polls by a 2-7% margin, so this angle might not be as effective as you might think. I guess that's the benefit of having a Bush as a presumptive frontrunner.