Wiz Khalifa — Dessert
This song is a remix of Wale’s Bait. Although it is a good song, I don’t know if it is better than the original.
Before you begin to read this, let me say that none of this writing is mine I read it here. I do not condone the use of illegal drugs nor do I partake in the use of drugs, but I do think that Marijuana could be a huge economic boost to the economy if used in the right way — at this point I am not going to express my opinion on the medical and health benefits/consequences.
Suddenly the world is abuzz with talk about legalizing marijuana and other drugs. Political candidates, politicians, former presidents, interest groups, and even the Global Commission on Drug Policy are all calling for drug-policy reform. Given that we are in a worldwide economic and fiscal crisis, why is everyone interested in drug policy? Have we all suddenly regained our senses and realized that prohibition is irrational?
No, the more important reason for the interest in this issue is economic sense. Drug prohibition is a burden on taxpayers. It is a burden on government budgets. It is a burden on the criminal-justice system. It is a burden on the healthcare system. The economic crisis has intensified the pain from all these burdens. Legalization reduces or eliminates all of these burdens. It should be no surprise that alcohol prohibition was repealed at the deepest depths of the Great Depression.
Two Republican presidential candidates, former governor Gary Johnson and Congressman Ron Paul, support legalization. Ron Paul and Barney Frank have introduced legislation that would allow the states to legalize marijuana without federal interference. Former president Jimmy Carter recently published an editorial in the New York Times calling for an end of the global war on drugs, a position he has held since he was president.
Wiz, Cudi, Wale, B.O.B., Big Sean, Mac Miller and maybe even Childish Gambino.
These are all part of the new age of rap. Gone are the days of being a tough hood hooligan. Sure good ole fiddy still gets plenty of radio play and I am sure Gucci will sell albums for a while. Although, no one give a shit about T.I. anymore, Lloyd Banks…. fuck that guy.
People like listening to other normal people. I am not saying that gangster rap isn’t popular. What I am saying is that it is becoming popular music and I am glad that white kids in the suburbs are listening to people rapping about fucking bitches and smoking mountains of weed rather than killing people, doing crack, living in the hood and pretending to be a thug.
All I am saying is that when my kids are wild and crazy teenagers, I hope that they are listening to some Wiz when they are smoking weed and bringing girls home rather than some ignorant Wakka or Soulja Boy….. especially Soulja Boy….Fuck that guy.
You know, it’s a funny thing, every one of the bastards that are out for legalizing marijuana are Jewish. What the Christ is the matter with the Jews, Bob? What is the matter with them? I suppose it is because most of them are psychiatrists.