Posted by: Richard Chennault | December 6, 2005

When did smoking become a lifestyle choice?

I received an email today about smokers not smoking in their assigned areas. I think the corporate politically correct police got a hold of the message and wrote this snippet, “If you find this policy to be too inconvenient for your current lifestyle choice, the company offers some truly superior smoking cessation programs for employees at no cost on the corporate web site…

When did smoking become a lifestyle choice? Why can’t we all just admit that smoking is bad for everyone? Calling it a lifestyle choice makes it sound like something you would find in Martha Stuart Living magazine. Puffing cancer sticks is not a lifestyle choice but a disease marketed to you by the corporate tobacco pigs after a quick buck and a greedy federal government who is to dependent on the tax revenues and therefore continue to allow this stuff to be legal.

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