From reading this gem I'm still more than a little unclear as to what about history exactly these people seem to have forgotten.The young, the old, the simple, the sophisticated, the modern and the old fashioned are all under its influence. The proposed ban bodes well for us. Nothing short of an outright prohibition of these products will be acceptable as the voices coming from every corner of the country are loud and clear.
I think that the U.S. tried a little experiment in oh around 1920 and it stretched for 13 years.
With that great example behind it you would have thought people would have learned something from it.
The health risks of secondhand smoke have been a major motivation for smoking bans in workplaces and indoor public places, including restaurants, bars and night clubs, as well as some open public spaces. Overwhelming scientific evidence concludes that there is no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke.So let us strengthen our resolve and make it clear that we need a ban on all tobacco smokeless and smoking!! (CNS)
But apparently I'm wrong in thinking that people remember or learn anything from history.