Roll Call notes that Obama has not yet evolved on marijuana reform. The story presents a tough choice - which is funnier, the idea of Obama as a "leader", or this quaint description of an earlier time in US history by White House prerssflack Josh Earnest:
"...At the same time, the president does not — you know, at this point, advocate a change in the law.”
Wait, Obama considers himself to be limited by the actual law? What happened to a simple exercise in prosecutorial discretion, as with his implementation of much of the Dream Act by Executive fiat? Or his ongoing Obamacare revisions?
I guess the polling on marijuana reform isn't where it needs to be at the moment, and the Big Hollywood money hasn't adopted this as the latest fashion.