Sunday, February 10

Post-Bush White House Retirement Tip: Granny Grower Dope Guide

Since the Bush-Cheney regime has robbed us blind and condemned the US to Third World nation status, Americans should forget about ever drawing social security; the US Treasury is bankrupt, folks.

But some forwarding-looking Californians have a retirement idea to help us forget our plight in old age.


Your Guide to Making Money in the Multi-Billion-Dollar Marijuana Market

The Granny Grower Guide

Are you looking for an easy way to supplement your Social Security, pension, or other retirement income? You should consider growing marijuana. As a part-time business, it has many advantages:

  • You work at home
  • You are your own boss. You work when and how you want.
  • The cost to start your business is low. You may have all the materials and resources you need right now.
  • The work is easy and enjoyable -- gardening plants that can be very beautiful and fragrant.
  • The pay is GREAT! Two or three pounds of good quality marijuana can produce $10,000 to $15,000.

Discover why thousands of retirees and other people living on fixed incomes are growing marijuana to pay the bills. You never had a job so good.

Coming Soon! The Granny Grower Guide

Your guide to the easiest and quickest methods to grow good quality marijuana for sale. Stop scraping and scratching to get by when there is an easy home business that can put you on Easy Street!


(Ah, but wait; there's more.)

Marijuana is Quickest Path to Millions:

The New California Gold Rush

How Fast Can You Make A Million Growing Marijuana?

How Fast Can You Make a Million With A Marijuana Store?

News Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 10, 2007
Web Site: http://MarijuanaBusinessNews.com
Contact: Clifford Schaffer
Email: cschaffer@socal.rr.com
Phone: 661-268-0442

The quickest and most reliable way to make a million dollars is currently the marijuana business, and thousands are rushing to cash in, according to research conducted by MarijuanaBusinessNews.com.

In 1996, California passed Proposition 215, which legalized marijuana for medical use. The only requirement was that users obtain a recommendation from a doctor. In the following years hundreds of thousands of people have obtained recommendations for medical marijuana. Along with them came an entirely new kind of business – the marijuana compassion clubs. What started as a few small patient’s clubs in the San Francisco Bay area has grown to the point where there are estimated four hundred medical marijuana outlets openly operating in the City of Los Angeles alone. Statewide, there may be as many as a thousand – not counting delivery services.

While the legalities surrounding these clubs are uncertain, the profits are not, according to Clifford Schaffer, Editor of MarijuanaBusinessNews.com. He says that the number of new millionaires being created dwarfs the California lottery. “The California lottery is advertising that they will make five new millionaires on New Year’s Day. According to our research, the marijuana business does that about twice a week in California,” said Schaffer. “The marijuana business is in absolutely phenomenal shape right now. It is the equivalent of being able to grow solid gold in your closet. It is the new California Gold Rush, and it is way bigger than the last one.”

The time to make a million can be extremely short. “Our research shows that a smart operator can be a millionaire after taxes in less than a year,” said Schaffer. . “That’s not just our guess. We have found numerous examples where it already happened.”

To prove the point, MarijuanaBusinessNews.com features two pages that show how fast someone can make a million dollars. One page allows users to calculate how money they will make growing marijuana, while another page gives estimates for retail sales. Users enter their basic business assumptions and the web pages show the financial results before and after taxes.

Schaffer says that the opening up of the medical marijuana market has also produced a change in the kind of people in the business. “We are finding more and more small entrepreneurs going into the business,” said Schaffer. “The new entrepreneurs are not the thugs and professional criminals that have dominated the industry in the past. The majority of the people running these operations are natural-born US citizens who are both patriotic and law-abiding – with the exception of the marijuana business, of course. Except for the fact that they are in the marijuana business, they are no different than the people running any other legitimate small business. They are no different than the people you knew in high school.”

As for the risks of getting busted, Schaffer says the research shows that the risk of being put out of business by law enforcement is low. “Proposition 215 removed much of the threat from local law enforcement,” said Schaffer, “and the Federal Government doesn’t have the resources. The DEA has been reduced to sending letters to landlords and throwing temper tantrums.”

Schaffer points to a number of recent instances in which the DEA has raided marijuana stores but haven’t arrested anyone. “They just take all the cash and marijuana and trash the place,” said Schaffer. “They just loot the places because they don’t have the resources to do anything else. They don’t even bother to account for the money they take.”

“Marijuana is de facto legal in California,” said Schaffer, “and all the king’s horses and all the king’s men are not going to change it. Economics has won. The entrepreneurs have effectively negated government policy.”




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