<quoted text> I have no problem with that. But your "sharing" will not be tolerated no matter whether you're put out on the street or not. That's the real problem smokers have, they refuse to acknowledge that they cannot control their smoke, and have taken the "Ainokea" attitude towards everyone else. Hence more laws. It's a pretty sad situation when a law has to be passed just to impose a certain group to practice common courtesy.
You speak of courtesy...and yet you show none.
You seek the right to enter another persons property with the right to demand they change their LEGAL lifestyle of choice on their own land all to suit your selfish desires...and you then have the audacity to call others selfish?
Rather that using your right to freedom of association by going where there are others who are like minded...you back laws that force your will on land that is in no way yours.
What kind of person demands all places cater to their lifestyle of choice by law...on land that is not theirs?
Tell us oh selfish one...when the owner of the property is forced to change their LEGAL lifestyle of choice on their own land...even in their private office all alone...what loss of rights would you quote?
If your kind can now do this to one LEGAL lifestyle of choice...what protects others if you self righteous moral busybodies turn your sights on them?
The most dangerous smoke in the air is the smoke from our rights going up in flames...one by one. Sadly...we have fools such as yourself who come here to cheer.