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  1. IT’S TIME TO TAKE STRONG ACTION ON FUEL. Email your representative in congress and push the issue: https://forms.house.gov/wyr/welcome.shtml

    Don’t let them lie to you about there not being enough farm land. We have over 100 million total farm acres in the USA and only use about half. The half that’s not being planted is more than enough to grow ALL our fuel. Not only that but the government is still paying farmers not to plant. Watch the video titled “HEMP FUEL Can Supply All Our Energy Needs” and read the article titled “Marijuana Facts The Government Does Not Want You To Know” on the website referenced at the bottom of this post.

    Hemp can produce several different kinds of fuel. In the 1800’s and 1900’s hempseed oil was the primary source of fuel in the United States and was commonly used for lamps and other oil energy needs. The diesel engine was originally designed to run on hemp oil because Rudolf Diesel assumed that it would be the most common fuel. Hemp is also the most efficient plant for the production of methanol. It is estimated that, in one form or another, hemp grown in the United States could provide up to ninety percent of the nation’s entire energy needs.
    Source: Schaffer Library of Drug Policy

    Hemp is 4 times more efficient than corn as biofuel. Hemp pellets can be used to produce clean electricity.

    … so powerful it could replace every type of fossil fuel energy product (oil, coal, and natural gas).

    … This plant is the earth’s number one biomass resource or fastest growing annual plant for agriculture on a worldwide basis, producing up to 14 tons per acre. This is the only biomass source available that is capable of producing all the energy needs of the U.S. and the world…

    Hemp will produce cleaner air and reduce greenhouse gases. When biomass fuel burns, it produces CO2 (the major cause of the greenhouse effect), the same as fossil fuel; but during the growth cycle of the plant, photosynthesis removes as much CO2 from the air as burning the biomass adds, so hemp actually cleans the atmosphere. After the first cycle there is no further loading to the atmosphere…
    Source: USA Hemp Museum

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  2. Interesting but I don’t believe it will ever happen. The Sioux on Wounded Knee tried to grow hemp and they successfully proved it was not a Marijuana growing operation, but the government, DEA & FBI shut them down and put them out of business.

    This administration or any other for that matter, is not going to allow the growing of this plant for agricultural matters or anything else. That is my take on it. What about the cotton growers, you think they are going to idly stand by and let rope be made of hemp, when cotton and other fibers will do the trick.

    Wouldn’t look for it, it is just not going to happen.

    Thanks for dropping in.

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  3. I run into that type comment often. The brainwashing from those in elected office has worked very well. Please forgive me but I am the government and so is every other voter. ” We the people…” remember? It will happen if you and the majority of the voters support it but you have to take action. Recruit people into the movement and pester your elected reps. until the job is done. Once the majority of the voters know the truth the measure will pass. The fuel issue is important to us all and it’s just one of the reasons hemp/marijuana was banned in the first place. Read “Marijuana Facts The Government Does Not Want You To Know.”

    I doubt you “run into that type of comment often” is correct. I was pretty specific in what it is I thought on the matter. If you mean, “you find people in disagreement with your views, I can understand that.”

    You also state “People keep telling you the same old thing,” this might be an indicator right there, you might want to wake up and smell the coffee. Seems you are tilting at windmills here, this dog is never gonna hunt.

    This again, is just my opinion on the matter, and you can take it for what it is worth, or reject it, clearly the choice is yours.

    If you were more than a casual reader of this blog, you would clearly know that I am not brainwashed by anyone or anybody, nor am I fan of any kind of government. State, Federal or Local, that is a given.

    You seem to ignore the Sioux Indians at Wounded Knee, South Dakota, that were shut down for growing hemp, as if it almost did not happen. You also seem to feel that agricultural interests who are also against this plan are not a factor?

    It might pay to note here the number of comments on this issue, yours and mine. Now consider that on an average day this blog receives somewhere close to 200 hits or more per day. Not a whole lot of interest in this issue is there?

    That should tell you how important it is.

    So from my end, it is still the same. I do not see an initiative on the ballot in the future concerning this, sorry. But that is my take on it. Good luck with the “we” are the government thing, that went out the window a long time ago.

    DS

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