Originally Posted by SkyFire
If you are going to blow smoke in my face, I reserve the right to spray insect repellent in yours.
If you must have a system of government, it's guiding principle should be all things being legal except those actions directly affecting another in a negative fashion where the action requires steps by the affected party to negate/avoid/etc which are more onerous than simply putting up with the action.
Not sure where smoking fits in. Nor how I got off tra ... oh look a butterfly ...
Then I'm guessing you support banning all cologne or perfume in public places?
Originally Posted by TylerDurden
I think it's a great idea. You have to look at the bigger picture. Besides the fact that this will keep non-smokers (and children) from being subjected to second hand smoke it will also persuade people to quit smoking just as banning smoking indoors has in countless cities throughout the U.S.
Eventually less smokers will equal less money spent on health care and less of a burden on our government and society.
What people don't realize is it's the little things like this that add up like when we outlawed cigarette commercials on T.V. and cigarette vending machines.
You're going to hate it when they raise your taxes a fuck load to make up for all the lost revenue when everyone stops smoking.