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Topic - Barry Obama
President Obama says marijuana is no different from cigarettes and no "more dangerous than alcohol" — and he should know.
The reaction to President Obama's highly personal speech Friday, ostensibly on race but actually on himself, has been surprisingly subdued.
The White House podium conveys a great deal of power and influence to the man standing behind it. Teddy Roosevelt called it "the bully pulpit."
Betsy Livingston knew in school what the rest of America has since learned about Barack Obama: He is a hard guy to know, but also a hard guy to dislike.
Barry Obama was the chubby kid who grew into a lanky jock, wrote funny entries in her yearbook and regularly greeted her in the hallway between classes.
"As has been well documented, I smoked pot as a kid, and I view it as a bad habit and a vice, not very different from the cigarettes that I smoked as a young person up through a big chunk of my adult life," Mr. Obama said in the interview. "I don't think it is more dangerous than alcohol."