Ian Moody for US Congress? I am concerned about his plan.

Ian Moody for U.S. Congress in Washington State?  I think this deserves a serious discussion.

I have known of Ian Moody since April 2010, and I am sad to say that ever since I met him, he has been going after anyone who disagrees with him on a personal level.  In April 2010 he came to my forums on Facebook and posted this:

“Dispensary owners were among the most vocal of opponents during Sensible Spokane’s efforts to liberalize marijuana laws on a local level. This was disheartening to say the least, not to mention an eye opener. Time to separate the drug dealers from the business owners. Follow along as I debate the matter:”


Ian Moody supported SB 5073 in the Spring of 2011 which I had informed him all year would end up screwing patients.  Which in the long run it definitely did that.

Then when he was frustrated with some people in Sensible Washington, he started bad mouthing the Sensible Washington initiative 1149.

After that in May, when he joined up with the ASA he was asking people to not talk about full legalization at meetings and rallies, and I asked him why.
After asking him why, he starting attacking me verbally on the internet.  I had not attacked him at all, I just asked someone else a question who was supporting the ASA why they won’t allow for talk of full legalization.   Ian as coordinator of the ASA for Spokane came at me and threw a fit.

This is a video of where he out of no-where flipped out on me:

This is more on that.

He threw a fit not only with me, but you can hear Tricia Rogers talking about a fit that she witnessed Ian throw in person.

These are my questions to Ian Moody as a candidate for the U.S. Congress:

As a rep in the U.S. congress, how would you represent on the following issues:

1. Regulation of recreational cannabis
A. Would you support strict regulations, or would you treat cannabis less strictly than alcohol?
B. Would be in favor of DUID limits in blood content for THC?
C. Would you be in favor of the government regulation of the sales and production of cannabis, such as having the liquor board control these things, or maybe a different agency?

2. Medical cannabis
A. Would you be in favor of putting cannabis in a lesser schedule on the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), such as Schedule II, III, IV, or V
B. Would you be in favor of provision set forth in SB 5073 such as requiring a registry and a database of patients info?

3. Hemp
A. Would industrial hemp production be a focal point, or an after thought? I know you said you are running on that platform. So I wonder how you would approach that topic. Im guessing you would support HR 1831?

The link below is about this debate in Colorado about the 5ng blood limits for THC that was ultimately rejected.


As for those who support the 5NG per ML blood limits for cannabis impairment.  These laws are not needed.  Washington RCW already provides laws to deal with Reckless driving:


(1) Any person who drives any vehicle in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property is guilty of reckless driving. Violation of the provisions of this section is a gross misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment of not more than one year and by a fine of not more than five thousand dollars.

(2) The license or permit to drive or any nonresident privilege of any person convicted of reckless driving shall be suspended by the department for not less than thirty days.


[1990 c 291 § 1; 1979 ex.s. c 136 § 85; 1967 c 32 § 67; 1965 ex.s. c 155 § 59.]

For reference Ian has posted a website on his flyers that is not even registered “Moody2012.com” is not a registered website as of 9/08/2011.
So this whole ploy for running for congress is probably just a way to create a scene for himself. If he actually runs, I would be surprised.

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