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Tucker, GA

#1 Nov 18, 2012
Would you support legislation that would prohibit smoking in cars with passengers under the age of 18?
Karma

Glasgow, KY

#2 Nov 18, 2012
VOTE wrote:
Would you support legislation that would prohibit smoking in cars with passengers under the age of 18?
Yes!
how it is

Glasgow, KY

#3 Nov 18, 2012
Absolutely
how it is

Glasgow, KY

#4 Nov 18, 2012
As long as its limited to those specifications, I enjoy having the freedom to smoke in my vehicle when there isn't anyone with me.
interesting

Glasgow, KY

#6 Nov 19, 2012
No. One more law telling people what they can't do. One more pathetic reason for law enforcement to have to pull someone over instead of being free to do something necessary.
Hippy

Lexington, KY

#7 Nov 19, 2012
NO!The government has too much control of our lives now.What right has one person got to tell another what to do or what is right or wrong?
Karma

Glasgow, KY

#9 Nov 19, 2012
Hippy wrote:
NO!The government has too much control of our lives now.What right has one person got to tell another what to do or what is right or wrong?
Yet you are doing no better than the government by taking away the rights to health for those too young to choose. If you can't legally smoke, you shouldn't be exposed to second hand smoke either.
citizen

Glasgow, KY

#10 Nov 19, 2012
Hippy wrote:
NO!The government has too much control of our lives now.What right has one person got to tell another what to do or what is right or wrong?
if there were no laws to protect people that can't pr otect themselves (like children} what kind of society would we have?, I'll tell what kind, we wouldn't even exist. Yes I would support a smoking law of that nature.
Hippy

Lexington, KY

#11 Nov 19, 2012
Protect your child from tobacco smoke while shouting harsh words into a cell phone on your way to get unhealthy food.Which is more harmful?
yap

Glasgow, KY

#12 Nov 19, 2012
Stop crying!

I, probably like many others on here, rode in cars, people smoking with the windows up, and we all came out quite well, thank you. Stop with all the "pussyfying" of America.
Chappy

Glasgow, KY

#13 Nov 20, 2012
VOTE wrote:
Would you support legislation that would prohibit smoking in cars with passengers under the age of 18?
You all have taken enough rights away from where us smokers can light up. The next person to tell me where I can't smoke at is going to get a cigarette put out in their eye lol.
my opinion

Glasgow, KY

#14 Nov 20, 2012
Chappy wrote:
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You all have taken enough rights away from where us smokers can light up. The next person to tell me where I can't smoke at is going to get a cigarette put out in their eye lol.
I'm sure you would. You sound just like those people did on here when it was looking we were going Smoke Free in restaurants. Smoke those cigarettes all you want, but if you were any kind of a respectful human being you would do it AWAY from others. You can talk all you want about cigarette smoke not being harmful. It is not true. You know it too, but would never admit it.
So far as this thread asking about passengers in a car under 18.
That is ridiculous. Children should never have to breathe second hand smoke. I know parents whom I know for a fact love their children from the bottom of their hearts, but have smoked around them since they were born. Some even smoke during the 9 months.
That is what should be against the law.
YouWrong

Glasgow, KY

#15 Nov 20, 2012
my opinion wrote:
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I'm sure you would. You sound just like those people did on here when it was looking we were going Smoke Free in restaurants. Smoke those cigarettes all you want, but if you were any kind of a respectful human being you would do it AWAY from others. You can talk all you want about cigarette smoke not being harmful. It is not true. You know it too, but would never admit it.
So far as this thread asking about passengers in a car under 18.
That is ridiculous. Children should never have to breathe second hand smoke. I know parents whom I know for a fact love their children from the bottom of their hearts, but have smoked around them since they were born. Some even smoke during the 9 months.
That is what should be against the law.
Go ahead and tell me ONE person you know that died from second hand smoke. By the way, I don't smoke.
Karma

Glasgow, KY

#16 Nov 20, 2012
YouWrong wrote:
<quoted text>Go ahead and tell me ONE person you know that died from second hand smoke. By the way, I don't smoke.
Kinda hard for the dead to tell tales. The entire point is that if you can't legally smoke or choose why be exposed to it? It's irresponsible to risk the health of our children. My Husband smokes, but I don't. Yet he never smokes in the house or car. It's not made smoking any less pleasurable and he does it to respect our children's health.
John Boy

Westmoreland, TN

#17 Nov 20, 2012
It's a shame we even have to make laws like this. With all we know about second hand smoke you would think parents would love and care for their children enough even the mention of making a law like this would be absurb. However, we are a selfish people so laws like this are a must to protect our children.
Wallace P Dingle

Glasgow, KY

#18 Nov 20, 2012
Funny- I grew up in an era when people smoked everywhere; children didn't have to be strapped into car seats or even belted; didn't have to wear helmets; and yet here i am, perfectly safe and healthy in middle age- and none of the kids from my generation had allergies or asthma and ADD....

This is just another part of liberal agenda of CONTROL.

They want to control the relationship between employers and employees; between family members; between dogs and cats.
interesting

Glasgow, KY

#19 Nov 20, 2012
There is evidence that children exposed to second hand smoke at young ages are leas likely to struggle with asthma as adults. You don't hear about those studies in the news, because they are contrary to what the media wants the good little sheep to believe. However, a Courier Journal article in 2003 proved there were more carcinogens in Louisville's air than in a pack of cigarettes and they still passed a smoking ban. Seems like it was safer to smoke than it was to breath. Again, when counting sheep, people sleep through their liberty being removed.
Sam

Glasgow, KY

#20 Nov 21, 2012
No more bans in Glasgow! Geesh people! I myself do not want no form of goverment telling me what I can do in my car! I smoke in my car if I want to! What's next for you people of Glasgow? Are we going to have a curfew on what time we can start driving in the morning and what time we have to be home at night, lights out? When Obama care kicks in we will have enough to worry with.
my opinion

Glasgow, KY

#21 Nov 21, 2012
Sam wrote:
No more bans in Glasgow! Geesh people! I myself do not want no form of goverment telling me what I can do in my car! I smoke in my car if I want to! What's next for you people of Glasgow? Are we going to have a curfew on what time we can start driving in the morning and what time we have to be home at night, lights out? When Obama care kicks in we will have enough to worry with.
One thing you are right about. Obamacare is up and going; might I add is already causing turmoil in our nation. Just ask the people who are already losing their full time jobs, and being given parttime jobs. Ask those who do not have a job now, since Nov. 6 because they are having to shut down the business. Wouldn't you think this president would wake up, and say, "What have I done?" It is in the news everyday! Businesses having to go under. I was DREAMING in that last statement. I don't see any evidence in the last 4 years of that happening, and we sure aren't seeing any yet. He goes out of the USA to help others. We are a nation that does help other nations, always have and we always want to help those in need. OUR NATION needs some help now!
Now Sam, as for you smoking. No one cares whether you smoke or not. You are only hurting yourself. If you were respectful you would do this alone, or with someone else who wants to smoke with you. You are being selfish when you don't care about others, especially children. We adults can walk away.
interesting

Glasgow, KY

#23 Nov 21, 2012
Selfish? Taking the right of a business owner to allow a legal product to be used in his/her establishment so that you didn't have to be around it wasn't selfish? That's ironic.

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