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I have always wondered why the FDA wants to ban things that are perfectly legal for adults, simply because it may taste like candy. I think this is an overreach in the guise of “children’s safety”.

By Anthony / November 13, 2018
I have always wondered why the FDA wants to ban things that are perfectly legal for adults, simply because it may taste like candy. I think this is an overreach in the guise of “children’s safety”.

I have always wondered why the FDA wants to ban things that are perfectly legal for adults, simply because it may taste like candy. I think this is an overreach in the guise of “children's safety”.

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  • What’s next fruit flavored alcoholic beverages? High fat and calorie foods that taste good can also be harmful to kids.

    I noticed that they mentioned African Americans. Why is stereotyping African Americans smoking menthol cigarettes any less racist than suggesting that restrictions on fried chicken would help the rate of heart disease?

  • What’s next fruit flavored alcoholic beverages? High fat and calorie foods that taste good can also be harmful to kids.

    I noticed that they mentioned African Americans. Why is stereotyping African Americans smoking menthol cigarettes any less racist than suggesting that restrictions on fried chicken would help the rate of heart disease?

  • You want to smoke a menthol cigarette, smoke a menthol cigarette. Adults can make up their own minds.

  • You want to smoke a menthol cigarette, smoke a menthol cigarette. Adults can make up their own minds.

  • Perhaps, but bear in mind that wearing seat belts are required by law. Not all governmental regulations are bad as some actually benefit longevity thus the overall well being of all people. Its a good thing to be an advocate for freedom of choice, however, smoking advocates, in my opinion, are,…..well, in a word stupid. Cigarettes kill more Americans than does murder, suicide, overdose, traffic fatalities combined, per CDC statistics for the past 12 years, consecutively. Of all cancers it is lung cancer which still holds the most grim statistics. Within 5 years lung cancer claims the lives of virtually all individuals diagnosed. Most individuals do not survive beyond the two year mark. I say this as a former smoker myself. I never touched one until I was 38 years old, I’m 55 today. For some inexplicable reason I smoked one in bar one night, I’ll chalk that to yet another seemingly brain dead choice I made when I was an active alcohol and cocaine addict. I was periodic smoker for nearly 10 tens. That changed after my mother was diagnosed with lung cancer. Her treatment and subsequent death were torturous. I wouldn’t wish it upon my worst enemy.
    Crossing the street against oncoming traffic is also an individual decision, still we (you) appreciate warning signals and cross walks I trust and hope.
    Respectfully, I suggest that if you are going to champion something perhaps you might consider championing something more substantive than say,….cigarettes. I don’t know that I’d defend something with such a
    staggering trail of fatalities attached to it.

    The jury (the science) is still out on this inane and idiotic trend of e-cigarettes, but early statistics reveal that “vaping” may even more deadly than cigarettes. At any rate its as stupid as cigarettes. Taking a bunch of substances setting fire to them, then inhaling the smoke from it cannot possibly have a beneficial or immune boosting reaction, and it doesn’t take a genus to determine that. Any random idiot should know that while it may be personal choice, its a choice that ranks low, as in last, of unwise choices. The health and death consequences are 10% avoidable provided one simply doesn’t smoke.

  • Perhaps, but bear in mind that wearing seat belts are required by law. Not all governmental regulations are bad as some actually benefit longevity thus the overall well being of all people. Its a good thing to be an advocate for freedom of choice, however, smoking advocates, in my opinion, are,…..well, in a word stupid. Cigarettes kill more Americans than does murder, suicide, overdose, traffic fatalities combined, per CDC statistics for the past 12 years, consecutively. Of all cancers it is lung cancer which still holds the most grim statistics. Within 5 years lung cancer claims the lives of virtually all individuals diagnosed. Most individuals do not survive beyond the two year mark. I say this as a former smoker myself. I never touched one until I was 38 years old, I’m 55 today. For some inexplicable reason I smoked one in bar one night, I’ll chalk that to yet another seemingly brain dead choice I made when I was an active alcohol and cocaine addict. I was periodic smoker for nearly 10 tens. That changed after my mother was diagnosed with lung cancer. Her treatment and subsequent death were torturous. I wouldn’t wish it upon my worst enemy.
    Crossing the street against oncoming traffic is also an individual decision, still we (you) appreciate warning signals and cross walks I trust and hope.
    Respectfully, I suggest that if you are going to champion something perhaps you might consider championing something more substantive than say,….cigarettes. I don’t know that I’d defend something with such a
    staggering trail of fatalities attached to it.

    The jury (the science) is still out on this inane and idiotic trend of e-cigarettes, but early statistics reveal that “vaping” may even more deadly than cigarettes. At any rate its as stupid as cigarettes. Taking a bunch of substances setting fire to them, then inhaling the smoke from it cannot possibly have a beneficial or immune boosting reaction, and it doesn’t take a genus to determine that. Any random idiot should know that while it may be personal choice, its a choice that ranks low, as in last, of unwise choices. The health and death consequences are 10% avoidable provided one simply doesn’t smoke.

  • Marty Daymude If you want to wear seat belts, wear seat belts. If you don’t, no one’s business but your own. Why do you need a government regulation to make you do something?

    You like the nanny state too much.

  • Marty Daymude If you want to wear seat belts, wear seat belts. If you don’t, no one’s business but your own. Why do you need a government regulation to make you do something?

    You like the nanny state too much.


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