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Obama Kush Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures

Obama Kush Cannabis Strain Review And Pics

I’m always leery of trying a marijuana strain that is named after a high profile person, because I’m always wondering if it’s actually a completely new strain, or an old strain that was simply renamed to make it more likely to sell at a dispensary or store. The Obama Kush marijuana strain hopefully doesn’t fit that description. The Obama Kush strain is an indica-dominant strain that comes as a result of crossing Afghani and OG Kush. Unlike most indica-dominant strains, The Obama Kush strain produces a decent amount of head high when you consume it, along with the usual body high that comes with an indica-dominant strain..  This strain is good for just about every ailment as a result. The Obama Kush strain nugs are frosty with a purple hue and reddish hairs, and give off a light, pleasant aroma.

Check out the Obama Kush marijuana strain on THCFinder.Com, and see what people had to say about Obama Kush, and how Obama Kush affects various ailments.

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  • painkills2

    Those are some awesome pictures. The first one looks like… well, you know. :)

  • Fester

    I just got some of this yesterday, what a coincidence… It really does have a good head, sativa high despite being a “kush” with some body to it. Mine tasted flowery, sweet and earthy. Smells kinda like it tasted too.

  • Donna

    The Obama strain. Okay, I get it.

  • Does it make you want to sic the IRS on your opponents? Or just on those in the weed business?

    • Let’s see your proof that Obama told the IRS to investigate his opponents.

      Fact is, progressive groups were targeted just as much, if not more, and the investigating groups that claim to be tax exempt is one of the many things the IRS does.

      http://news.yahoo.com/documents-show-irs-targeted-progressive-tea-party-groups-190300376.html

      • Well the “lost” emails is pretty telling. And yeah. They all do it. Starting with Nixon. It is a very bad idea. If tax collection becomes (more) political people will work harder to evade taxes. And what about the targeting of banks that service dispensaries? You know. He could have done something about that. And scheduling.

        Look up “cannabis cytokine” and then try “Ebola cytokine” for something on a more positive note.

        • “Well the “lost” emails is pretty telling. ”

          How can it be telling if you don’t know what’s in them?

          “And yeah. They all do it.”

          No they don’t. It’s highly illegal, and if they got caught, they would face the same kind of trouble as Nixon.

          “It is a very bad idea.”

          What’s a bad idea? Collecting taxes?

          “If tax collection becomes (more) political people will work harder to evade taxes.”

          People always work hard to avoid taxes, and the collection of taxes is not politicized. You’re just making stuff up.

          “And what about the targeting of banks that service dispensaries?”

          What about them?

          94% of Democrats voted to keep the feds out of pot banking, only 20% of Republicans did, but the bill passed the House. This was on a recent bill that I believe is being held up by the GOP in the Senate.

          “You know. He could have done something about that.”

          Well, no. That would require legislation, like the bill being held up by the GOP.

          Scheduling is a good point. It’s one of the reasons Obama is a moderate. A progressive Democrat would have rescheduled by now. Obama is not a progressive.

          • Why is “lost emails” telling? Because in a fully backed up system it is very hard to lose e-mails. It takes effort. And such an effort is evidence of a guilty conscience. Mens rea in legal terms.

            You can believe what you want but I’m going with what my grandpappy always used to say: “they are ALL crooks”.

          • I care how they vote on legislation. And as I showed, Democrats are much better on Civil Liberties.

          • Infidel

            Ignorance is curable. Civil Liberties are the very things the Democrats HAVE fought against.

          • Which Democrats? How many of them? Ever hear of Russ Feingold?

            Look him up. In the mean time, look this up:

            70% of Democrats voted against renewing the Patriot Act, only 14% of Republicans did.

            91% of Dems voted for keeping the DEA out of medicinal programs, only 22% of Republicans did.

            94% of Democrats voted to keep the feds out of pot banking, only 20% of Republicans did.

            One side is considerably better on a wide range of issues than the other.

            Further, the Democrats are not monolithic like the GOP. We have our centrists, who I don’t care for, because they’re Republican lite, and we have our progressives, who I do like, and who want to get big money out of politics.

            The Congressional Progressive Caucus is the largest caucus on the hill now. They could use your help getting more, and better, Democrats.

          • Well? Did I cure your ignorance?

          • So, note how this infidel has disappeared… I expose the BS, they run and hide.

          • If they’re all crooks (and you have no proof that this President ordered the IRS to do anything) then why do you vote for the authoritarian prohibitionists? Oh, yeah, because you believe a bunch of lies about economics and war.

      • Latest out from the IRS – “We are not looking” – figures.

  • Denny

    If you like your strain you can keep your strain. If you believe that you might be in the market for a bridge.

    • The vast majority of people got to keep their Doctors. And you really need a new joke.. the bridge thing is so cliche.

      Now, what’s worse? Telling people a little white lie that is mostly true for the vast majority of people in order to try to get more people covered by health insurance? Or telling the world that Saddam Hussein had WMD and then blowing $2 trillion of borrowed money to maim and kill millions while torturing people, obscuring facts about 911, not getting Bin Laden at Tora Bora, and a whole bunch more crap capped off by crashing the economy?

      HUH? What’s worse, Denny?

      • Well yes. Politicians are liars. Good that that fact has been reestablished. And the Great Hope and Change is no different. And I suppose “white lie” depends on if you lost your doctor. It probably doesn’t seem so white to those who have lost their physician.

        • Which lie is worse?

          “We know where the WMD are”

          “You can keep your Doctor.”

          Those who lost their doctor are a very small percent of the number of people who got care. Those who lost their lives or limbs in Iraq number in the millions.

          But, yeah, you guys keep saying those things are the same. Lies seem to be working well for you.

          • If you judge by the election results “You can keep your Doctor.” is worse.

            I voted Republican for the top ticket guys in my State (Rauner won) and Libertarian for everyone else.

          • If you judge by the number of FREAKING DEAD AND WOUNDED people, Bush is much worse. Just ask their families…

            And, if you judge by the 2006 election…

            But you don’t care about facts, obviously, since your argument is that because a bunch of liberals stayed home like they almost always do for midterms, that means that a lie to help get more people covered with health insurances is WORSE than a lie that got us into a $2 trillion (borrowed) war that maimed and killed millions of people.

            How glib… And willfully ignorant.

            “I voted Republican for the top ticket guys in my State (Rauner won)”

            You admit voting for a marijuana opponent on a marijuana blog. Genius.

            http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/politics/chi-rauner-would-have-vetoed-medical-marijuana-law-20140916-story.html

            You realize, then, that you voted for a man who supports the torture of patients?

            http://stopthedrugwar.org/chronicle/2013/mar/11/un_report_slams_cruel_drug_treat

          • Well in your opinion. Evidently the voters don’t share your view at least the majority. And at least on our side they are volunteers. And of course the problems in the ME did not get solved by withdrawal. They got made worse. At least judging by events and the view of the electorate.

            Myself I have been a “Peace through superior fire power and the willingness to use it” guy. Ugly? To be sure. But it works better than any other policy. IMO. And none of them work well. There is always some one out there who believes “they are worms and won’t fight”. It is how WW2 got started. The “enlightened” powers believed in peace. The others did not. Belief in war seems to prevent more wars and keep them smaller than a belief in peace. Sad state of affairs eh?

            BTW I was a ‘Nam vet and was sick of war. And then I thought – I can’t do anything about it if I don’t understand it. May I suggest “Strategy” by B.H.L. Hart.

            But I will grant that Republicans are terrible on Prohibition. I rag my friends on the issue ALL the time. So much so that I have a rep. But they are slowly caving. Newt Gingrich recently came out for decrim in his sentencing reform in CA. Mr. “Death for Two Ozs of Pot”. Times change.

            I’d like to see the Rs stick strictly to their strong points – economics (they can add and subtract) and foreign policy and give up ALL their social issues. Small Constitutional government is my idea. And yeah. I’m generally a libertarian. Fiscally conservative, socially liberal. Mostly. Not well received anywhere. It is my lot in life. Heh.

            BTW if ACA proves unaffordable (it will) it serves no one well. I read recently that about 1/3rd of doctors will be quitting over the new rules. I don’t see how that helps. But if we can get full up endocannabinoid medicine it will take up some of that slack. Government needs to let go of the medical care industry. Before it took hold (in the late 60s) medical costs were rising at an unaffordable 5% a year. With government in charge they are rising at a more reasonable 10% a year. Some improvement, eh?

            What happened? The usual. The regulators got captured by the regulated. This new push will be no different.

          • “Well in your opinion.”

            Yes, in my opinion, a little lie to get people more health coverage is MUCH BETTER than a HUGE lie that MURDERED and MAIMED millions.

            You, on the other hand, are just fine with murdering and maiming millions, but you really hate the idea of more people getting health coverage… My picture of you is becoming much clearer.

            “Evidently the voters don’t share your view at least the majority”

            Depends on which majority you mean. The overall ballot, even with young people NOT voting, was quite close, 52% to 48% or so on the nationwide congressional ballot. Plus, your hippie punching friends got a lot of help from their gerrymanders. We’ll see how you do in 2016 when the young folks show up to vote again.

            “And at least on our side they are volunteers. ”

            Our side? Who’s we, hippie puncher?

            “And of course the problems in the ME did not get solved by withdrawal. They got made worse. At least judging by events and the view of the electorate.”

            Bullshit. The ME was made worse by interventions. From the Iranian Coup by Ike to the bullshit war we were lied into, the real middle east problems are blow back from that, and our support for the real terrorists, the Saudis.

            And, your boy Bush (Friend of Bandar) negotiated the withdrawal from Iraq. That’s what he was announcing when the guy threw a shoe at him.

            But the idea that things would be better there if only we’d have given it another 10 Friedman Units… or wished harder on our Green Lantern ring… well, you haven’t proven that at all. If you’re going to argue that the counter-factual is true, you’re going to need more than some general bullshit about “events.” For all you know, if we’d stayed, we’d have had more massive attacks in the US and even worse “event” in Iraq.

            “Myself I have been a “Peace through superior fire power and the willingness to use it” guy. Ugly? To be sure. But it works better than any other policy. IMO. ”

            Why do you have an opinion that ignores facts? How has the Iraq war been better than NOT having it? If we didn’t have it, we wouldn’t have destabilized the region, deBathified, disbanded the Iraqi Army… We’d have over $2 trillion less on the debt. We’d have had money for OUR infrastructure instead of theirs.

            AND MILLIONS OF PEOPLE wouldn’t BE DEAD AND MAIMED.

            But, hey, if you think lots of dead and maimed people, and lost of borrowed dollars are what you want, then you did a great job. Like I said, I’m starting to see you more clearly. You, apparently, like to see dead people.

            “Belief in war seems to prevent more wars and keep them smaller than a belief in peace. Sad state of affairs eh?”

            It would be sad, if it were true. And what does “belief in war” mean? To you, apparently, it means that a lot of stuff that isn’t true is. You’d have to completely ignore the costs–in blood and treasure–to think that promoting the Iraq war kept it smaller. It would have been ZERO in size if it hadn’t existed. And if you’re arguing that it prevented a much bigger war, then you’ve got a long way to go to explain that.

            “May I suggest “Strategy” by B.H.L. Hart.”

            Why? SO I can hear more bullshit about how war is peace? May I suggest 1984 by Orwell?

            “But I will grant that Republicans are terrible on Prohibition.”

            And yet you vote for them.

            ” I rag my friends on the issue ALL the time. ”

            Oh, I’m sure that’s helpful.

            “Newt Gingrich recently came out for decrim in his sentencing reform in CA. ”

            He’s a bullshitter, so I don’t believe him, but decrim and sentencing reform are not an end to prohibition. They’re still punching hippies, just not as hard. It’s almost like their hearts just aren’t in it anymore… at least not like they are when it comes to actually KILLING people.

            “I’d like to see the Rs stick strictly to their strong points – economics (they can add and subtract)”

            They can? The last Republican President left with GDP at NEGATIVE 9% and job losses at 800,000 a month. The Wall Street Journal said he had the worst job record of any modern president. Even if you just look at his NON recession months, his avg monthly job growth was 68,000. Obama’s is about double that.

            So, apparently, you don’t know what add and subtract means.

            Honestly, just look up which presidents raised the deficit and the debt the most. Hell, all the debt that’s accrued under Obama is Bush’s. War costs, tax cuts to the rich, Medicare part D, the Little Bush Depression…

            Reagan TRIPLED the debt. Bush doubled it. And the rise in the debt under Obama is all Bush’s too. Hell, the stimulus and TARP wouldn’t even have been necessary if Bush and his regulators and overseers had done their job and put an end to the trillions more in derivatives than the underlying crap mortgages were worth… and all that crap paper flying around was getting stamped AAA.

            And you honestly, in the face of all evidence to the contrary, want to tell me that Republicans are better on the economy?

            Wow. You really are a Republican. Ignoring a mountain of evidence on war and the economy… Only a wingnut could manage that kind of massive denial.

            Here, read up:

            http://zfacts.com/p/318.html

            “I’m generally a libertarian”

            Not if you’re pro-war you’re not. Nothing is more authoritarian than war.

            “BTW if ACA proves unaffordable (it will) ”

            No it won’t. It’s already responsible for a big part in the massive drop in health care spending projections. DO try to keep up.

            ” I read recently that about 1/3rd of doctors will be quitting over the new rules.”

            What rules? Where did you read that? Big Dead Breitbart? Please… Doctors are paid twice as much in the US as elsewhere. They’re just going to give up those jobs? And do what? Flip burgers?

            Seriously. If you’re going to put some King Kong Krap like that up, you should point to the source so I can pick through it and show you why it’s wrong.

            “But if we can get full up endocannabinoid medicine it will take up some of that slack.”

            You voted for a Republican governor who opposes medical marijuana. Or, to put it the way the UN Special Rapporteur on torture would put it: he supports torture.

            But then, I suppose you approve of torture too, judging by your support for war, economic disasters, dead people, and hippie punchers.

            “With government in charge they are rising at a more reasonable 10% a year.”

            You’re a liar.

            http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/early/2013/09/13/hlthaff.2013.0721

            > Health spending growth through 2013 is expected to remain slow because of the sluggish economic recovery, continued increases in cost-sharing requirements for the privately insured, and slow growth for public programs. These factors lead to projected growth rates of near 4 percent through 2013. However, improving economic conditions, combined with the coverage expansions in the Affordable Care Act and the aging of the population, drive faster projected growth in health spending in 2014 and beyond. Expected growth for 2014 is 6.1 percent, with an average projected growth of 6.2 percent per year thereafter. Over the 2012–22 period, national health spending is projected to grow at an average annual rate of 5.8 percent.

            Gosh, seems like you were off by quite a bit? Almost half! Maybe your source (?) was wrong? Or maybe you’re just bullshitting.

            Health care costs are high in this country (and the sole reason for future predicted debt) for a variety of reasons, but mostly because upwardly redistributing market riggers have done everything they can to get rich by rigging the markets. Prescription drugs, for example, cost us hundreds of billions of dollars per year more than they should because big Pharma plays the patent extension games.

            “The regulators got captured by the regulated. ”

            Well, since you were wrong about health care costs and Republicans being able to add and subtract (these are the same people who deny the science of evolution and climate change, remember), anything you say is questionable, but the idea of regulators getting captured by the regulators, is much more of a Republican problem. It is YOUR party that doesn’t like regulations. It is your party that puts Foxes in charge of the hen houses (to be fair, so do centrist Democrats). It is your party and your philosophy that lets Wall Street run wild. Let’s see your real world examples of how the capture regulators in health care are making costs rise.

            Let’s put it this way… you have allowed yourself to be bullshitted by con men throwing out chum for the rubes. You have so bought into their bullshit that you let what you think is your correct position on the economy override your objections to the hippie punching those bullshitters do.

            In short, you have voted for authoritarians because you have adopted a view of economics that is based on bullshit.

          • Read B.H.L. Hart “Strategy”.

          • That’s it? That’s all you got? You bullshit about the economy, about war, about hippie punchers you vote for… and all you have to tell me is to read a book written by a man born over a hundred years ago?

            Let’s see… didn’t one of the principles of the indirect approach say direct attacks against an enemy firmly in position almost never work and should never be attempted?

            Do you think the Iraqi soldiers and Bathists who got kicked out of their government (By Lord God President Bremmer and his band of GOP party faithful) were firmly in position in their home country when we started fighting the counterinsurgency? Did you and the geniuses who planned the war (that would, supposedly, find WMD and pay for itself) not forsee a counterinsurgency?

            Didn’t Hart also say that one should keep the enemy uncertain, do what is not expected? Would you say we did the unexpected thing EVER in Iraq? Or did the insurgency?

            Honestly. You need to read a whole lot more before you tell me what to read.

            And you left a whole bunch of facts on the table there… Republicans better at the economy. This sick lie is going to be the ruin of us all…

          • Get educated. Read B.H.L. Hart “Strategy”. If you just have a popular understanding of the subject you will not understand where I’m coming from.

            “You cannot be sure you are right unless you understand the arguments against your views better than your opponents do.” – Milton Friedman.

            You don’t understand war. You just hate it. I was there once. B.H.L. Hart cured me.

            What you have to get is that some humans (men mostly) LIKE war. And being peaceful is an enticement to them not a deterrence. Easy pickins.

            I’m not going to respond any more until you have read Hart. BTW he also has some useful advice about politics. Also note: the legalization effort has used his strategy even if not intentionally copied from him. It works.

            I hate to tell you this (having been a Democrat once myself) but Democrats are not comfortable with Great Power politics, war, and economics. Obama is the quintessence of all that. Plus he could reschedule and hasn’t. If he had just done that I’d forgive him everything else.

            And BTW I’m not at home with the libertarians either. “Can’t we all just get along?” No. – They believe the opposite. As you do. Peacemongering got us into the biggest war the planet has seen so far. The lessons of that have worn off. People don’t study that history the way they used to.

            Read Hart.

          • “Get educated.”

            I am educated. Probably more so than you. And I researched Hart, and I spelled out how you have, apparently, completely misunderstood his points. The fact that you did not reply to my critique of your BS–a critique in which I used Hart’s logic against you–proves that you’re a bullshitter.

            I have a degree in Philosophy that was paid for with a full ride academic scholarship. What are your bonafides? You read ONE book by a guy who says don’t attack forces that are dug in, and yet you still think the Iraq war was worth while.

            What a joke.

            Milton Friedman would be perfectly happy with my knowledge of your BS arguments. And he would see how you’re avoiding the points by telling someone with my education to get educated.

            Read some Zinn.

            I also understand that even the Great Man who jerked off with the invisible hand knew that we should borrow and spend during recessions.

            Read some Keynes.

            “You don’t understand war. You just hate it. I was there once. B.H.L. Hart cured me.”

            Most of the people I know who fought wars like Vietnam and Iraq say they weren’t worth fighting. They did more harm than good. My Grandfather was UDT in WWII. That was worth fighting. I would also argue that there are times, when we can stop a Genocide, that we should.

            But I didn’t have to fight in Vietnam or Iraq in order to know those were bullshit wars that we were lied into.

            “What you have to get is that some humans (men mostly) LIKE war. ”

            Don’t tell me what I have to get. You’re not my boss. You’re not my Dad. GO read my blog. What you don’t get is that I can’t stand the humans who LIKE war. I do GET it… that’s the whole damn point of this argument. YOU LIKE war. And you can get bent. Morally justified war is rare. Always fought as a last resort when you’ve been attacked. We weren’t attacked by Iraq. We weren’t attacked by Vietnam.

            Those wars were bullshit, fought for the benefit of the military industrial complex Ike warned us about.

            “I’m not going to respond any more until you have read Hart.”

            Respond? Look at all the stuff up there you left behind! You haven’t responded at all. You’ve just subtly changed the subject to create a certain impression of yourself.

            http://press.princeton.edu/titles/7929.html

            “…bullshitters seek to convey a certain impression of themselves without being concerned about whether anything at all is true. They quietly change the rules governing their end of the conversation so that claims about truth and falsity are irrelevant. Frankfurt concludes that although bullshit can take many innocent forms, excessive indulgence in it can eventually undermine the practitioner’s capacity to tell the truth in a way that lying does not. Liars at least acknowledge that it matters what is true. By virtue of this, Frankfurt writes, bullshit is a greater enemy of the truth than lies are.”

            Republicans know how to add and subtract. What a joke. Economic disaster created by the last Republican, and you just ignore it like it never happened, and out you go to tell people how great Republicans are on the economy. As if the Little Bush Depression never happened.

            Yeah, you’re not going to respond because you got nuthin’.

            “I hate to tell you this (having been a Democrat once myself) but Democrats are not comfortable with Great Power politics, war, and economics.”

            You’re kidding, right? I mean, I don’t have to go back to FDR for this… I have Bill Freaking Clinton who was EXTREMELY comfortable with Great Power politics, war, and economics. He played along with the GOP, which you say is freaking AWESOME (despite all the evidence to the contrary that you continue to ignore). His GOP light should be just what someone like you wants… so what’s the problem? He didn’t cut rich people’s taxes enough? That Cap Gains tax cut was too…. LIBERAL?

            What a joke you are.

            “Plus he could reschedule and hasn’t. ”

            You think John McCain or Willard Romney would have rescheduled? And Obama still has time to make the GOP freak out if he does. That would be YOUR GOP.

            “If he had just done that I’d forgive him everything else.”

            Forgive him for what? Getting millions of people health insurance. Fixing the economy? Not lying us into another bullshit war?

            “”Can’t we all just get along?” No. – They believe the opposite. As you do. ”

            Horseshit. I believe we could get along, if people like you would stop warmongering, bullshitting about Republicans being better on the economy, and punching hippies. Not to mention the big contingent of your people who want to force women to give birth to rape babies… who want to teach creationism in schools, who are leading the world to ruin by ignoring climate science…

            Real hard to get along with people like that. People who think, well, God’s coming back soon, so we might as well just destroy the planet for the cash..

            “Peacemongering got us into the biggest war the planet has seen so far. ”

            Complete crap. The Germans, the Japanese, and the Italians got us into the biggest war the planet’s ever seen. To blame those who were trying to find another way, only to eventually have to fight, is sickening.

            “People don’t study that history the way they used to.”

            Yeah, you’re proof of that.

  • mark_lee481 BSHA

    OMG!!! People name their breeds “Crack” “AK47” and “Girl Scout Cookies” and everyone is fine. Enter the presidents name on a breed and I find the longest stream of partisan posts since I left Yahoo (for that very reason).
    What do people think about the effects of this strain? This is why I come here, not to hear about presidents that one side or the other masturbate to their official photo. Both sides are realizing cannabis can no longer suffer prohibition, and MPP made the maximum donation to the Republican party. So, what is the difference anymore??? We have come too far, with real proof that Nixon would have had destroyed. We have come too far and the medical evidence is overwhelming. Democrat or Republican see if you can fight that.

    • James Brian Thomaston

      FYI, ak 47 is named because of it’s initials and flower time. Afghani Kush, 47 day bloom.

  • Michael L Moss

    That Black Obama is point like a decimalist!

  • baki

    OMG what a shitty name for a good shit