Paul Ryan’s Three Positions On Medical Marijuana
He was totally against it, then he said in Colorado that the state should decide, and then a Ryan spokesperson said that Ryan “agrees with Mitt Romney that marijuana should never be legalized.”
In other words, Ryan woke up on Friday as a congressman with a firmly anti-marijuana voting record. He abandoned that view during a trip to a swing state where the marijuana issue is hot, and then backtracked the very next day. And he did this all in the very same weekend when he proclaimed that he did not vote for the defense cuts he recently voted for.