by Patrick Appel

Micah Daigle explains why drug policy dominates when the White House blegs the internet for questions:

Scott Morgan captions:

We understand that the President is uncomfortable spelling out his thoughts on a controversial topic. That's politics. But his repeated refusal to meaningfully address the issue is creating a snowball effect and it's turning this whole online-question-voting-followed-by-interview fad into a total farce. I actually feel bad for people who are more interested in other topics, because you can't even figure out where the most popular non-legalization questions fit into the rankings. It's ridiculous, but it's Obama's fault for persistently ducking a subject of obvious interest and importance.

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