Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Quick Money

I replied to a business person who was concerned about the economy. Here is what I had to say.

I agree that the economy could be a lot better. I am a Hemp advocate up in Canada, where it is legal to grow Hemp. Ron Paul and others have tried to put out different bills, one directly for the farmers of America to be able to grow Hemp. Hemp is a HUGE business opportunity and it is something so big it could turn the american economy around in next to no time. The problem is the Federal government is overstepping it's boundaries when several States have passed laws that would allow industrial hemp to be grown commercially and the Feds step in and shut the farmers down. As a Canadian I understand that if the US suddenly got into Hemp in a big way, the whole world would follow suit. I am grateful that you are putting out ideas for short term money maker ideas to get us out of a fix in the here and now, but as a business person you also need to look are where the trends are headed.

P.E. Obama has gone on record in the past saying he was for allowing farmers to have industrial Hemp as a cash crop. If he holds to that stance, you will see Hemp products explode in the market place and get much cheaper. Now that will be good for business!

I will be sending a copy of this reply to my blog . Keep up the good work and happy thanksgiving!

Michael J. Kaer

Monday, November 24, 2008

More YouTube links

Here is a simple, straight forward clip on YouTube that begs the simple question " Why is hemp illegal?".

There is so much on YouTube about hemp that I strongly encourage you to look at it yourself.

Again, I have to be up front and say I do not do drugs, smoke or drink. I have been clean and sober for over 2 decades. The medical uses of marijuana to treat pain and it's oil to combat cancer has been proven. I am a cancer survivor. I am very much interested in these things and at the very least these things should be on the market beside the drug company's choices. I strongly believe that patients should have a choice in the type of treatments avaiable to them. Why not go for a treatment with little or no side effects and you can grow yourself?

The Steven Harper government will not tolerate this. It is only by luck that he does not have a majority. If he did we would be in a draconian situation.
Feel free to post your comments.

Michael J. Kaer

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Sunday, November 23, 2008

My gal Pammy

here is a copy of a reply I sent to Melissa at the TVguide over an article about Pam Anderson asking Obama to legalize pot .

Hello Melissa.

I too am a Canadian and I have been a Hemp advocate for several years now I have a blog dedicated strictly to Hemp at where I will be putting a copy of this reply. I have used the arguement that as a taxpayer I want my money to going to fight real crime, not busting people for pot. I have said make it legal, tax it like cigarettes and put a portion of that money into rehabs. That would take money away from the dealers and organized crime, free up a lot of cops to do other , more producive things and it would cut all red tape that is now in the way of growing hemp. I don't agree with everything Pammy says or does, but this is one that I do wholeheartedly. Just for the record, I do not smoke , drink or do drugs.

Michael J. Kaer

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Friday, November 21, 2008

Bless you You Tube

Here is a link to Hemp 101
Here is another on the fact that pot has no legal death inducing dosage.

My thoughts on ths has always been make pot legal so there is no red tape to get in the way of growing hemp. The only reason hemp is illegal to grow in the states is due to it's link to the drugtrade. The conspiracy people thinks it is much deeper than that. They have delved into the dealings of newspaper (Media) owners and oil companies and the paper industry it's self. The big money that oil is making now would plummet the second the truth got out that you can grow high grade oil from a plant that can grow on soil that does not need to be soil set aside for food

I feel it is only a matter of time. The sooner the laws get changed the better for all mankind.

Sunday, November 09, 2008

What will Obama do?

The new prez has his work cut out for him. The one question I have is will he make industrial hemp legal to grow in the US? I have some hope since they are facing a huge problem in the economy. With hemp legal, that would open up huge amounts of money for everyone and add a new food source and oil source to the country. That one small plant can turn their economy around in a flash. At this point he is going to need to pull some sort of rabbit out of his hat. I wish him the best of luck.

Michael J. Kaer, Author of "What Money Can't Buy"