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Tommy Chong’s New Political Ad For Bernie Sanders

Tommy Chong is Feeling The Bern in a big way. Check out his political ad for Bernie Sanders that was just released. I was fortunate enough to interview Chong for a local newspaper in late 2014 and he’s a fascinating, incredibly intelligent man and knows what is best for the majority of the people in this country. Thank you Tommy!

8 Comments

  1. heidi blumenstock

    Awesome #feelthbern #wearebernie

  2. Crystal White

    I’m so loving all of these words, I am a 36 year old female living with M.S.

  3. Ron Wetzell

    Love it!

  4. Lynda Allen

    AWESOME!!! Thank you Tommy Chong! Bernie Sanders is America’s and the worlds ONLY HOPE for A GREAT FUTURE! Out time has come! VOTE BERNIE SANDERS for president!!! #FeeltheBern

  5. Hi,i saw this ad directed for Mr Sanders from Mr Tommy Chong; my opinion since 1993 when i was 19,and i became epileptic,cannabis has been helping me a lot,each and every time since years go by my desease has been deceasing,much less medicine now at the present time than at the beggining;so that’s why i’m totally in favor,and because i know how awful in own flesh epilepsy meskes me suffer,i know thst when in my city(Mexico City) it becomes legal and a real aid for me,my same wishes werevrr the plant is about to be legal and aproove,thank you good weekend to you all people.

  6. Beautiful job.

  7. I agree with Tommy Chong 100%

  8. Radguy

    Well done Tommy (love your movies – nude elevator scene with the biker had me howling!).

    I anyone’s interested, I’ve been finding the “you’re not entitled to anything” crowd become flummoxed at the idea that each person should have an equal stake in the nations wealth. That’s not to say that society should claim everything as its own, just that it’s society’s prerogative to do so. I believe that stake should be worth a living wage for every person at a minimum. Of course if no one works, the value becomes irredeemable. It should be up to democratic society to decide this worth, but rest assured, people will still encourage and reward innovation and productivity (I’d argue more effectively than currently) because that’s our nature. Hopefully enough people would accept their fellow man’s right to live in dignity. No one should ever have to beg.

    In a nutshell, society gets first bight of the cherry.

    This is a highly conceptual argument, but to oppose it is to say that a person born into this world must respect that everything’s been appropriated largely without their ancestors consent based on the premise of “might is right”. If we could easily settle on another planet, maybe this could be accommodated, but we can’t. Taken to the nth degree as things have currently progressed (highlighted in the latest Oxfam wealth inequality studies) you have a small number of families who own everything but the minimum resources required to sustain their serfs. Let’s not let this run its full course.