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Um, I don't smoke, but I respect your right to do so. You just won't do it in my house and you had better not throw your butts in my yard.

We are losing (at least in the USA) entirely too many civil liberties to people who think it is their business to tell the rest of us how to live.

You don't want your kids to smoke? Fine, teach them that smoking is bad for you. That's our job as parents. Government has no place in the matter.


In reply to Re^2: Do you smoke tobacco? by tekniko
in thread Do you smoke tobacco? by tye 

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