View Poll Results: Should smoking be banned in public places?

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  • Yes, smoking should be banned in all public places.

    31 34.07%
  • Yes, smoking should be banned in official buildings but not bars/restaurants etc.

    11 12.09%
  • No, but venues which allow smoking should have designated smoking areas

    13 14.29%
  • No, smoking should be allowed without, or with few obvious restrictions

    3 3.30%
  • No, it should be up to the owner/operator of the building.

    28 30.77%
  • Why should I care, I don't frequent public places!

    0 0%
  • Other opinion, which will be elaborated in the 78-odd paragraphs to follow

    5 5.49%
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Thread: Ban Smoking in Public?

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    No deadlier poison

    There is no deadlier poison than tobaco and its lethal nicotine. One of the greatest, and most digusting punishments Germany has had to endure is the re-popularization of this foul weed following the end of the last war. The children of Central Europe hold the world record for consuming this poison.

    I spent a month in Budapest last year. I could not breathe the whole time I was there. Every damn Hungarian has a cigarette hanging from his mouth. In restaurants, they don't eat; they just smoke. There is no refuge from the gray clouds. Even when I ran to the banks of the Danube for air, I found the promenade on the river lined with miserable tobaco addicts. Even at the park at the top of Mount Buda, they were puffing madly away!

    It is the scourage of Europe, and any self respecting parent would never allow their offspring to fall victim to this ugliest form of self-disrespect! We are Europeans, we should be able to rise above such utter stupidity!

    Give the stuff back to the Turks and let them eat it!

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    There are lovely propaganda posters from the 1930's which warned of the danger of smoking. Second hand smoke has killed loved ones. A healthy society, particularly one with socialist or group healthcare cannot afford to permit people to shift the costs and responsibilities to others. Accidents are one thing. Denying damage to one's body while allowing profit is another. This year our Blue Cross requires you to certify you do not smoke. Since they are motivated by costs and profits, this certainly means other corps will follow.

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    Smokers say they have the right to smoke anywhere' they had CHOSEN to smoke,this does not mean they have the right in smoking everywhere.
    NON-smokers have the right to complain' after all' it is our health is being destroyed by the smokers! If a smoker wants too kill himself than so be it' but why should non-smokers endure 2nd hand smoke installation IN OUR LUNGS? We never smoked it.

    For Germanic's sake it should be banned IN our countries' it's bad for health and aging and fertilization. Unfortunately' making money is more important too our governments than our healths.

    Yes I am a NON-SMOKER, So sue me' Don't care! Smoking should be banned! Can't stand the smell of this crap!

    That is my honest answer!

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