Quick! Somebody Give Jeff Sessions Some Drugs

July 13, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Jeff Sessions is real worried about drugs.  The damn government is crashing down around him and Nero Sessions is real worried about pot.

When Willie Nelson was told that Jeff Sessions said that pot is “only slightly less awful than heroin,” Willie philosophied (yeah, I made up that word.  It’ a good word.  Willie is a philosopher.) …

I wonder if he’s tried both of them. I don’t think you can really make a statement like that unless you tried it all. So I’d like to suggest to Jeff to try it and then let me know later if he thinks he’s still telling the truth!

Yesterday, Sessions made the argument that all we need to do is bring back the DARE program in schools because it “was working” when we had it.  The best response?

 

Radel was caught buying cocaine in 2014 from an undercover agent in Washington and spent nearly a month in a rehabilitation facility.

 

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15 Comments to “Quick! Somebody Give Jeff Sessions Some Drugs”


  1. No DARE certainly did not work. But why would that bother Sessions? Like the rest of the Trumpian crowd, he lies like broadloom. I know little old ladies in their nineties who freak out way less and quieter when they do than Sessions. He is one little scaredy-cat. Precisely what the Barking Yam wanted at the head of the DOJ. After all, that is where some of his kids’ and his own behavior is leading them as in collusion, conspiracy etc etc. But Miz Sessions will simply clutch his pearls and at least lean on the edge of his fainting couch.

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  2. Kate Dungan says:

    Willie is a national treasure.

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  3. Don A in Pennsyltucky says:

    DARE is used in public health schools (Harvard, Chicago, etc.) as an example of a health policy that has been an utter failure. They analyze it the way that business schools like to analyze businesses that have been spectacular failures. It’s like my mother used to say about “Take a lesson and learn what NOT to do.”

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  4. It’s not too difficult to imagine Willie Nelson & Jeff Sessions sitting in the same room, passing a doobie back and forth. Maybe not an entirely shared experience though, as one of them would probably make increasingly thought provoking observations as the weed burned down, as the other went from foolish to goofy.

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  5. 1smartcanerican™ says:

    My boys told me as adults that DARE just made them want to try drugs, not to SAY NO to them! Good idea but lousy follow through.

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  6. RepubAnon says:

    The DARE program did work quite well – lots of public money went to Republican grifters. That was the program’s purpose – right?

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  7. “Heroine”- a woman hero (and there are many)

    “Heroin”- a powerful narcotic drug refined from opium

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  8. The Adrian Cronauer line from Good Morning Vietnam applies equally to Ernie the Elf at DoJ
    “You are in more dire need of a b****** than any white man in history.”

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  9. Juanita Jean Herownself says:

    Damn spellcheck doesn’t correct my biggest mistakes.

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  10. JJ, I believe that “philosophized” is a word. The British probably use an s instead of a z.

    I’ve never tried dope myself, but from what I hear, Sessions seriously needs some. It might calm him down.

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  11. Rhea, weed would do the Elfin Oafin a lot of good. A Lot.

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  12. Sessions is a dumb sh__. (censored for mama) Nancy Reagan’s “just Say No” crap didn’t do much either.

    Lots of people are using medical cannabis instead of opioids and other nasty pharms for pain, etc. Personally, Ive never seen a nasty pothead (but a few nasty, disgusting drunks, oh yeah). A dear friend who had been a charge RN in the ER of a metropolitan hospital has never seen a MJ overdose in her twenty five year career.

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  13. Mother Jones' cat says:

    The DARE program is making a comeback in some states:

    “Last week, the Somerville Elks Lodge on Union Avenue hosted an intensive 40-hour course for 20 police officers from nine states who will be training their fellow officers to become DARE officers. The officers came from Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, Nebraska, South Carolina and Virginia; four of the officers came from New Jersey, including two from Somerset County.”

    https://www.northjersey.com/story/news/local/somerset-county/2017/05/29/dare-program-staging-comeback/348964001/

    And it never left Texas:

    https://www.dare.org/texas/

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  14. e platypus onion says:

    DARE stands for don’t arrest rethugkicans, ever?

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  15. Linda Phipps says:

    Sessions is among the government “leaders” who cling to spectacularly failed programs, DARE, Trickle Down, and a host of others we survived.

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