Why do smokers think their rights are more important than non-smokers?
america the afraid 2008/12/27 10:29:43
When a non-smoker stands up for their right to as clean air as they can breath because, we as humans have to do things like breath air to live. We can not just make the decision to stop breathing because, someone else has made the decision to not breath as clean air as this planet can give us. We are wrong and taking their rights away from them. It just seems that it is all about them. There are smokers that say things like,"We should be allowed to smoke in bars". Well, what about those people that like to have a good time and have few drinks in a bar that does not smoke? It is only fair that if you would like to risk your life for the unseen pleasure of such a drug. Then why not do it where it does not effect others that do not want to take those risk? If this is a constitutional thing? Then is it not our right to do other drugs? It is not about rights! It is about desire. The only reason cigarettes and alcohol are allowed is because, our states and government benefit from it. What is wrong with separating smokers and none-smokers with the rights of both parties getting to enjoy a drink or a meal in their favorite bar or restaurant and giving the people that have the habit of smoking a separate place to do this. If smoking is going to be allowed. Then let it be up to the owners of the restaurant or bar to be non or for. Because, as long as there are places for non-smokers and smokers. We then make our decision to be there or not.
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