Nothing is ever unanimous with politicians -- there have to be debates so each candidate can prove why they're better or each political party can make a stand for what they believe will keep together the morals of our fine nation. By this point one would have to assume that scales would be tipping in the favor of pro-marijuana politicians as opposed to anti-marijuana fearmongers, but it turns out one would be wrong in assuming such a fact. Despite more than half of Americans believing marijuana should be legalized, the Huffington Post reports that not one single senator or governor in the US has come out fully in support of weed. And yes that includes Colorado:

"Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) has repeatedly said he respects the will of his state's voters, who approved Amendment 64 by a 10-point margin in 2012. But he's also maintained that he 'hates' the 'experiment' and believes it will ultimately be detrimental to Colorado."

Head over to the Huffington Post to read all of the hilariously ambiguous statements made by the politicians.