Tuesday, June 13, 2006
Court Goes Chronic
Authorities discovered marijuana growing outside the Federal courthouse in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. When reached for comment, Federal Court Judge John Simko said, "All right! 4:20!"
Alberto Gonzales, US Attorney General, immediately arrested the entire Federal bench and sent them to an undisclosed location. "We can't be sending the wrong message," Al said. "Think of the children."
President Bush added, "That was dirt weed, anyway, like that dime bag those Mexicans in Matamoris sold me when I was in the National Guard. You could smoke a pound of that stuff and never cop a buzz. Not like that hash we're getting shipped in from Kabul, hell, we wouldn't be in Iraq today if Rumsfeld and Cheney hadn't fired up the bong. Man, we were so toasted," the President giggled, "we didn't know what the hell we were doing."
Congress made it illegal in 1970 to grow any form of the marijuana plant by anyone at anytime for any reason. The bastards.