posted on Nov, 18 2006 @ 11:20 AM
I fully oppose pharmaceutical drugs, I am in full opposition to the existence of alcohol as well, I am as well opposed to pollution from automobiles,
and peoples horrible habits of just thropwing garbage on the ground. I am also opposed to caffiene, as well as illicit drugs.
However, I focus on tobacco and cigarettes here because that is what we are talking about. I do not consume caffiene (sodas, coffee), I do not consume
alcohol, I have stayed away from pharmaceutical drugs for years, and strangely enough staying away from all of these things, I have not gotten even a
cold that lasted more than 2 days.
But of course I focus on tobacco here because that is in fact the topic. And I believe the fact of the matter is, if there were a national vote for
our nation, and the simple majority decided to ban smoking in all public spaces, than that is democracy, not facism. Facism would be a small minority,
or a single person dictating to all others they cannot do this. However this was a popular vote that became law. The keyword here is vote .
everyone had their choice, and the majority ruled they did not enjoy tobacco or their exposure to it. No dictates, no nothing.
you have a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Smoking tobacco you are violating your own right to life. Our liberty and pursuit of
happiness is violated when you try and tell us you can smoke wherever you want and that we should move our asses if we dont like it.
I live in America, and if the popular vote says its got to go, than its got to go.