When President Obama slips out of a limo purring curbside to attend a "Breakfast with the President" soiree bright-and-early tomorrow in downtown San Francisco there will be a rag-tag gang of protesters from Americans For Safe Access (ASA) on hand to demand that the President fulfill a promise to guarantee all "Patient Rights" in respect to the compassionate use of Medical Marijuana.
In spite of Obama's insistence - that the DEA Military-style raids on pot dispensaries would cease - they have persisted in recent days!
Tattler readers may recall that I attended and reported on street protests in the past:
At this point, the mantra should be:
We're mad as hell, and we're not going to take it anymore!
"It's time we held the President accountable for his broken promise," a spokesperson informed me earlier this afternoon in a hasty press notice that was fired off by e-mail from ASA Headquarters.
The vocal activists are going to turn-out tomorrow - in full force - in front of the St. Regis Hotel.
"This is the time to pull our community together, express our displeasure with Obama's lack of regard for our community, and demand that he live up to his promises."
RALLY FOR PATIENT RIGHTS
St. Regist Hotel
125 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA
Supporters attening the rally are instructed to print and distribute fliers which may be downloaded from the Americans for Safe Access web site.
"We are Sick and Tired!"
"Protect Cannabis Patients' Rights!"
"Reschedule Cannabis Now!"
"Federal Protection Not Federal Prosecution!"
Protestors may contact ASA to arrange for car pools so that interested parties without transportation may attend the event in downtown San Francisco.