With a new Governor, Governor Hickenlooper moving into the state of Colorado come January, it’s time to offer the service of being the Governor of Colorado’s caregiver. The governor should know by now that obtaining his medicine from a caregiver will have the obvious benefits of privacy, better medicine, and of course better prices. The Denver Post recently did an article on wealthy land barons in Colorado such as Governor Hickenlooper, and discovered that our soon to be leader of the #1 marijuana state in the US pays only $75 dollars per year on his 225 acre Park County ranch. Marijuana Photos.
Senator Romer has already announced that he will run for mayor of Denver when Hickenlooper’s mayoral seat is vacant and Hickenlooper becomes governor. Romer is known for creative ways of tax gouging including holding up dispensaries for ransom with their balls in check. Hickenlooper, with his 225 acres of land in Park County, and excellent caregivers in the Bailey / Conifer area to supply clones, may just be set to start working on taking care of Colorado’s budget. Ritter got a taste of weed money when he intercepted $9 million in ganja cash bagged and tagged by the department of revenue before it could be further intercepted by the DEA. With all of that cash helping Colorado squeak by another fiscal year, it’s time to get in the mud up on the 225 acre Park County ranch where an overwhelming majority of voters decided to keep it real and keep the supply of high grade mountain cannabis flowering. The mountains of Colorado are not conductive to outdoor marijuana cultivation with out very high tech green houses, but with only $75 a year paid in property taxes, that extra pot money in Hickenlooper’s pocket can be used to buy all of the ganja growing equipment needed to give every pot head in Colorado a few joints and balance the budget.
Could the duo, Hickenlooper and Romer be planning to grow an enormous amount of medical marijuana in the mountains of Colordo? Evidence that Hickenlooper may be planning to grow marijuana on the land in Park County comes from the Park County Assessor Dave Wissel who recalls the pair’s approach being “backasswards,” he says. Normally, a property is already designated “agricultural” before a conservation easement is placed on it, but Hickenlooper already had begun placing easements on certain sections of the land.
When it comes time to growing remember to choose a good caregiver John Hickenlooper, one that will provide you with the organic medical marijuana that you deserve. Thanks for keeping Colorado a great place for marijuana, and enjoy growing cannabis in the High Country.