Video: The pro-legalization remix of “Because I Got High” you’ve been waiting for « Hot Air: "The advocacy version of the song has a bit of a mellower feel, and features lyrics that are a reflection of the legalization crowd’s attempts to turn around the image of marijuana and its users. Instead of emphasizing all the responsible and adult things he couldn’t do because he got high, Afroman cites medical uses, all the drugs he didn’t do because he was high, and the resulting tax revenue from marijuana sales. I’m not sure Afroman himself is the ideal messenger for this cultural makeover, but he’ll get clicks. And maybe the message is, “If Afroman can be responsible, anyone can.” Up next, Snoop Dogg visiting the H&R Block months before the filing deadline. Because he got high."
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