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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Archive from May 24, 2007

Entry for May 24, 2007

Seems all elected local, state, and federal officials are jumping on the steamrolling bandwagon to snuff out smoking. Politicians have traditionally had a herd mentality; if it feels good, they all want to scratch the same itch. They have discovered there are a substantial number of potential voters who believe the only form of human lower than a politician is a non-voting smoker. It is no surprise that the anti-smoking politicians mimic hyenas circling a road kill.
All of the lowlife tobacconists hiding in the shadows will soon find law enforcement waiting there in ambush. I am sure the police are looking forward to enforcing all of the new smoking laws, since the politicians have made police work boring by eliminating all gang crime, domestic violence, and hard drug trafficking. After all, second hand smoke is responsible for global-warming.


We need our politicians to go further. We need them to refuse all revenue from the sale of tobacco products. We need them to set an example for the entire world and ban the sale of tobacco nationally. Please help save us from Demon Tobacco. Forsake all of that tobacco stained tax money. Do it now. Otherwise, people may think politicians are hypocrites, and we sure cannot have that.

Thanks for listening.


James A. Zachary Jr.

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