|"I want Florida to have the power to decide your medical treatments!"|
Florida's Tea Party Attorney General has made the news in her push to ban a public initiative legalizing medical marijuana in the southeast state, but in doing so Bondi had revealed conservative's desire to grow governmental control over our lives and personal decisions. While the right's "War On Women" is well documented, Bondi decided to step up to the plate on another front - legalized marijuana - and shed some light on the GOP's intentions.
"The ballot title and summary suggest that the amendment would allow medical marijuana in narrow, defined, circumstances, and only for patients with 'debilitating diseases.' But if the amendment passed, Florida law would allow marijuana in limitless situations," she said. "So long as a physician held the opinion that the drug use 'would likely outweigh' the risks, Florida would be powerless to stop it.
So the get this clear, Bondi believes the State of Florida should make decisions about your health - not you and your doctor. Have a debilitating disease or chronic ailment? Doctor prescribes medical marijuana? Sorry. Pam Bondi and her death panelists have decided to deny medical treatment a trained professional has deemed necessary. What Bondi implied in her statement is a slippery slope.
And I thought the GOP was supposed to be the party of limited government.
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