Second-hand smoke study sparks controversy<quoted text>
An exhaustive long-running study on second-hand smoke and death could find no connection.
The British Medical Journal conducted a 39 year study of 35,561 Californians who had never smoked showed no "causal relationship between exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and tobacco-related mortality." (They also noted "a small effect" can't be ruled out.)
It's all hype perpetrated politically correct bozos. They can produce no study proving their claim that second-hand smoke leads to death.
You just believe whatever they say. And why you're amongst the easily fooled. And why Obama was reelected. And why we're screwed.
Kabat and his co-author acknowledge the study was largely funded by the tobacco industry.
Some say the source of the funding is enough reason for the British Medical Journal to refuse to publish the paper. Two other journals turned it down.
You show up here before the election with your right wing BS that carried not near that weight that you had wished for, and you're going to try to say that I'm easily fooled?
Well guess what women. I'm going to continue to be 'fooled' for the next four years whilst I continue to remind you of it for the next four. Put that in your FOXbot pipe and smoke it! Just wait until I leave the room.