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Banning Smoking In Public Does Not Solve The Smoking Problem
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e***@hotmail.com
2018-07-03 01:00:25 UTC
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Stopping people from smoking was the greatest
contribution to public health in the 20th century.
     --bks
    But prohibition of self-damaging behaviors
People die driving cars and climbing mountains and flying light
aircraft. People die swimming. Should we ban those as well?
If we're regulated so much that the suicide rate rises would the
Liberals reverse all their regulations?
Your analogy is flawed, pPeople don't die directly from the actions you mention. Smoking kills. Not only that, but it harms people around the smokers.
joeturn
2018-07-03 21:56:49 UTC
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Post by e***@hotmail.com
Stopping people from smoking was the greatest
contribution to public health in the 20th century.
     --bks
    But prohibition of self-damaging behaviors
People die driving cars and climbing mountains and flying light
aircraft. People die swimming. Should we ban those as well?
If we're regulated so much that the suicide rate rises would the
Liberals reverse all their regulations?
Your analogy is flawed, pPeople don't die directly from the actions you mention. Smoking kills. Not only that, but it harms people around the smokers.
I think the people that reaps the benefit of second hand smoke should have to pay half the price of cigarettes.
e***@hotmail.com
2018-07-03 22:08:07 UTC
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I think the people that reaps the benefit of second hand smoke should have to pay half the price of cigarettes.
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I know you’re trolling, but, if you’re not a smoker, what “benefits” do you reap?
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