What say you
Vaping probably just needs the same regs, and education, as regular smoking. I've not paid enough attention to what specifically is the problem with it. Whatever it is won't surprise me though.I assume the poll refers to all tobacco products. Vaping needs to he massively regulated.
Start with eliminating the flavored vapes that cater to children, make vape commercials on television illegal like cigarettes and forbid any and all advertising that even suggests that vaping is healthier than smoking.Vaping probably just needs the same regs, and education, as regular smoking. I've not paid enough attention to what specifically is the problem with it. Whatever it is won't surprise me though.
You mean a foreign substance that's a substitute for tobacco is bad for you? No. Way!
There were dumb kids in your generation. There were dumb kids in the ones prior. And there will be more dumb kids in future ones.Unless of course they stay dumb. Then we are all screwed.
Smoking has not decreased on its own. Smoking has decreased because the government intervened by banning most advertisements, funding anti-smoking campaigns, and forcing tobacco companies to put warning labels on their packaging.
As others have said, I'm fine with the "dumb ones" or whatever you want to call the group weeding themselves out.Ok why lower the smoking age?
Tried it one time in my Navy days (boot camp).....YUCK.
Although I admit I used to enjoy taking trips to Flavor Country.
Such as health insurance? And my state is fairly affordable in comparison to others.I support the right of a free adult to consume products which may be dangerous to him or her. On that principle, I oppose raising the smoking age past 18.
But the moment those dangerous activities impede on the environment of the rest of us, then I support the right to regulate the hell out of your actions.