Looks like the the slippery slope just took another slippery step.<quoted text>Please provide a link to the guarantee from government that government won't intrude. I'll take your inability to do so as an admission that you're a fucking idiot.Kyboy wrote, " The freedom to keep what I worked for.
Please explain to us how a smoking ban has robbed you of the ability to keep what you've worked for. I'll take your inability to answer as an admission that you're a fucking idiot.Kyboy wrote, "The freedom to use my personal property as I choose.
Given the fact that you can SMOKE ALL YOU PLEASE ON YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY and that smoking bans only apply to the PUBLIC PROPERTY OF BUSINESSES WHO HAVE BEEN GRANTED A LICENSE TO SERVE THE PUBLIC BY THE GOVERNMENT... Please enlighten us as to how a smoking ban limits you right to use your personal property as you choose.
I'll take your inability to answer as an admission that you're a fucking idiot.
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By the way we all have seen you avoiding the other bans that I pointed out. You can't defend them are justify
them being in place.
It is a testimony to your ignorance to assume I support a ban from the Nowheresville city council on cupcakes? I don't. You'll notice that such bans get squashed because citizens who aren't pussies stand up and fight them instead of crying on the internet like little bitches. Bans that actually have the support of the people become a nationwide movement. Sorry that you're on the losing side of that one. Feel free to alarm us when there's a state/nationwide ban on cupcakes or soda......dipshit.
This is where you assert your 'slippery-slope" logical fallacy trope as if it appeals to any but the weakest of minds: