AP softens hostage takers into just gardeners

Ethel C. Fenig
The must-not-be-quoted AP runs an article about Bureau of Land Management agents held hostage by Mexian pot farmers using public lands. The article is outrageous, referring to a marijuana "garden" -- some cozy; green, environmentally friendly goody  saving our delicate, endangered planet a la Al Gore worked by earthy Mexican peasants who are up against evil, racist Bureau of Land Management American heavies?  I'd love to quote some of this nonsense, but because this is the AP, I can't.

The must-not-be-quoted AP runs an article about Bureau of Land Management agents held hostage by Mexian pot farmers using public lands. The article is outrageous, referring to a marijuana "garden" -- some cozy; green, environmentally friendly goody  saving our delicate, endangered planet a la Al Gore worked by earthy Mexican peasants who are up against evil, racist Bureau of Land Management American heavies?  I'd love to quote some of this nonsense, but because this is the AP, I can't.