Pot Smoking Makes You Stupid Gary

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The worst argument against Trump is that he is not in the same category as the mental titans he is running against.

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  1. “Pot smoking makes you stupid, Gary!”
    Hey, I resent – er, I mean resemble – that remark!
    Maybe Gary needs a 12 Step Program:
    I highly recommend the NA and AA meetings with the prisoners at the Fishkill State Penetentiary in NY. It was really something for my sponsor and his sponsor (who was my priest confessor) to tell me that I might stop doing and saying stupid $h1t if I added an outgoing meeting to the Pen once a week to my 90 meetings in 90 days. I dare say it might work for Gary, too (not that we’re taking his inventory or anything).

  2. OK, he should have known about Aleppo, but it was a loaded question. Why didn’t Mike Barnacle simply ask him about Syria? The question was designed to make Johnson look bad and it did. But a serious policy question wouldn’t have narrowed in on one single city, albeit one where major suffering has occurred.

  3. Johnson blew it, New York Times blew it twice: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/09/us/politics/gary-johnson-aleppo.html?_r=0

    Wasn’t Carl Sagan, George Washington, and Sarah Palin all pot smokers?

    Johnson responded soon after: “This morning, I began my day by setting aside any doubt that I’m human. Yes, I understand the dynamics of the Syrian conflict — I talk about them every day. But hit with “What about Aleppo?”, I immediately was thinking about an acronym, not the Syrian conflict. I blanked. It happens, and it will happen again during the course of this campaign.

    Can I name every city in Syria? No. Should I have identified Aleppo? Yes. Do I understand its significance? Yes.

    As Governor, there were many things I didn’t know off the top of my head. But I succeeded by surrounding myself with the right people, getting to the bottom of important issues, and making principled decisions. It worked. That is what a President must do.

    That would begin, clearly, with daily security briefings that, to me, will be fundamental to the job of being President.”

  4. Wasn’t Carl Sagan, George Washington, and Sarah Palin all pot smokers?
    In spite of decades of attempts to make him out as a pothead, the Washington remains a farmer who tried to grow hemp. (Given that my family had a 100+ year old hemp rope they brought over from Scotland, that’s not really surprising. That’s good use!)

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