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To: SMGFan; All

I would like to point out it started out with the smoking ban...


6 posted on 03/10/2013 9:42:31 AM PDT by KevinDavis (Third Parties are for losers.)
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“I would like to point out it started out with the smoking ban...”

As I am deathly allergic to nicotine, I was ever so grateful that smoking was banned in the workplace. But it upsets me to see the ban getting bigger and bigger. People have been ticketed for smoking in their trucks, by themselves, because that is their workplace. As this happened, my first thought was, okay, what will they ban next? The other disturbing thing is that so many people support this type of intrusion. Why? I’ve noticed that these people project. Case in point, Michelle Obama. Michelle is carrying a few extra pounds in the caboose. I’ve seen her pictured woofing down the very things she would ban from others. I looked up Bloomberg. He appears lightly built so he probably isn’t projecting. He is, however, attempting to control activities that should be well beyond the realm of politics.


18 posted on 03/10/2013 9:58:31 AM PDT by Gen.Blather
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At least they tried to make smoking a “public health” issue, incantation of which words unlocks the police powers, even though they lied about secondhand smoke. But there is no such thing as secondhand large, sugary drinking. Why is it they feel no need to justify themselves anymore? Is the personal finally truly political, as the Marxist always wanted, and everything you do as an individual is now subject to regulation for the good of the whole? When did that happen?


42 posted on 03/10/2013 1:37:28 PM PDT by Tublecane
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