Do you think veterans have earned the right to use medical marijuana?
Billy Ray Cyrus said it best in his song, “All gave some and some gave all and some stood through for the red, white and blue and some had to fall, and if you ever think of me, think of all your liberties and recall, some gave all.”
No one deserves more of our liberties and your respect than our veterans. Generation after generation of brave souls laid their lives on the line so you and I can enjoy liberty, prosperity and the privilege to pursue happiness.
We honor those who laid their lives down for us every time we vote, enjoy liberty or exercise our responsibility to care for the wounded, the orphans and the widows. There’s an old saying, “If you won’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.” Don’t you think it’s time we all make a stand for Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access (VMCA), and don’t fall for marijuana prohibition again? We’ve come too far to take our liberties lightly. There is not a better time for you to get involved and help promote this precious American liberty.
Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access (VMCA) fight for veteran’s rights to access medical marijuana for therapeutic purposes, and is working to end all prohibitions associated with such use. VMCA is working to preserve and protect the long established doctor-patient relationship including the ability to safely discuss medical cannabis use within the V.A. healthcare system without fear of punishment or retribution.
In 2012 the VMCA has petitioned the president to legalize medical marijuana access and help victims of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and also to protect many veterans who lose their Veterans Affairs Department “medical coverage,” if they get caught medicating with cannabis.
The irony is 17 states and even the District of Columbia allow marijuana use for medicinal purposes, but it remains illegal under federal law. The president and his administration elected to ignore the overwhelming scientific evidence proving cannabis is a safe and beneficial medicinal herb.
The fight goes on, government protected medicine (Big Pharma) gives Washington billions of dollars to keep cannabis from veterans, the very people who made it possible for these same corrupt politicians to get rich from the medical lobbyists in the first place. Get more involved, whether or not you are a veteran or a medical marijuana user; help us persuade the American Medical Association (AMA) to Reschedule Marijuana @ http://www.veteransformedicalmarijuana.org/ and help make freedom legal for everyone!