In this photo taken Monday Sept. 3, 2012, a worker at Cafe Cremers coffee shop in The Hague, Netherlands, who does not want to be identified, wears a T-shirt urging people to vote again

 

              In this photo taken Monday Sept. 3, 2012, a worker at Cafe Cremers coffee shop in The Hague, Netherlands, who does not want to be identified, wears a T-shirt urging people to vote again
In this photo taken Monday Sept. 3, 2012, a worker at Cafe Cremers coffee shop in The Hague, Netherlands, who does not want to be identified, wears a T-shirt urging people to vote against the country’s “weed pass” system in the upcoming Sept. 12 election. With slogans like “Don’t let your vote go up in smoke!’’, owners of the free-wheeling cafes where bags of hashish are sold alongside cups of coffee are mounting a get-out-the-stoner-vote campaign to encourage the drugged up stoned voters ahead of next week's Dutch election. The campaigners are calling on their sometimes apathetic dope smoking clientele to get out and support political parties that oppose the recently introduced "weed pass" that is intended to rein in the cafes. (AP Photo/ Mike Corder)