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    Hillary's last gasp

    That pathetic posting of Obama in the Somali turban, garb etc. by Clinton. And please do not be so naive to believe her denial.

    - For Barack Obama, it is an ember that he has doused time and again, only to see it flicker anew: links to Islam fanned by false rumors, innuendo and association.

    What a pathetic last gasp attempt to revive her failed campaign. What a piece of garbage. Step one..get rid of the criminal Clintons once and for all. Step two..stomp the Marxists. :yes:

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    Clever. However I'll need a bit more proof the woman had anything to do with the release of the picture, besides merely trusting people like you.

    That being said...

    Step 1: You'll get no argument from me.

    Step 2: Expand on that at a bit. Who are the "Maxists", in your opinion, and what do you believe they are attempting in this day and age, exactly?

    This should be excellent.
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    I would think Marxist is a liile extreme, but socialist is just about right. Meaning this taking away a persons right of choice say Health Care, Lifestyle being told what they can and cannot drive. Smoking Bans covering entire areas like what is happenging in Mn. If we are not careful Big Brother will run our lives for us! IMHO!

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    [QUOTE=MnJetFan;2396962]I would think Marxist is a liile extreme, but socialist is just about right. Meaning this taking away a persons right of choice say Health Care, Lifestyle being told what they can and cannot drive. Smoking Bans covering entire areas like what is happenging in Mn. If we are not careful Big Brother will run our lives for us! IMHO![/QUOTE]

    Are the smoking bans just in public buildings or have they made smoking in general illegal?

    Here in NY, there was some resistance to the proposed banning of smoking in public places. But to be honest, I think it's been great. You can actually go to a bar or restaurant and breathe.

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    [QUOTE=MnJetFan;2396962]I would think Marxist is a liile extreme, but socialist is just about right. Meaning this taking away a persons right of choice say Health Care, Lifestyle being told what they can and cannot drive. Smoking Bans covering entire areas like what is happenging in Mn. If we are not careful Big Brother will run our lives for us! IMHO![/QUOTE]

    I can not stand the Clintons,but Obama is every bit the socialist and just like the Clintons he will throw away our National Security...this will open the door,,,who do you think will walk through it..?

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    [QUOTE=EtsFan;2396234]
    What a pathetic last gasp attempt to revive her failed campaign. What a piece of garbage. Step one..get rid of the criminal Clintons once and for all. Step two..stomp the Marxists. :yes:[/QUOTE]

    You aint seen nothing yet.;)

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    [QUOTE=sourceworx;2396982]Are the smoking bans just in public buildings or have they made smoking in general illegal?

    Here in NY, there was some resistance to the proposed banning of smoking in public places. But to be honest, I think it's been great. You can actually go to a bar or restaurant and breathe.[/QUOTE]

    Bars,Restaurants, even some Condos have banned smoking. There is talk they want to ban smoking on public streets.

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    [QUOTE=MnJetFan;2397251]Bars,Restaurants, even some Condos have banned smoking. There is talk they want to ban smoking on public streets.[/QUOTE]

    I don't know if you're a smoker, but the ban on smoking in bars and restaurants has been a good thing here in NY.

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    [QUOTE=sourceworx;2397280]I don't know if you're a smoker, but the ban on smoking in bars and restaurants has been a good thing here in NY.[/QUOTE]

    Indeed. I'm a smoker and I think it's great. I don't want to inhale some geriatric Barbie's second hand Benson and Hedges smoke because she is so addicted she can't fuqing wait until she's done eating to have a cigarette. I have always taken it outside even in my own house. I'm not gonna kill my wife and children because I'm a moron...

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    [QUOTE=sourceworx;2396982]Are the smoking bans just in public buildings or have they made smoking in general illegal?

    Here in NY, there was some resistance to the proposed banning of smoking in public places. But to be honest, I think it's been great. You can actually go to a bar or restaurant and breathe.[/QUOTE]

    I hate it. And not just because I can't have an occasional cigar as I don't smoke cigarettes.
    While I can live with the argument for having strict no smoking rooms in restaurants because people are eating, I could have chosen to open a smoke free bar if I wanted to. Or chosen not to frequent a bar with a lot of smoke.

    But when I go to a bar/pub, I do so knowing that nothing that happens there is beneficial to my health.

    So now, I get to walk past groups of smokers on sidewalks with my kids as well as they are banned.

    We are becoming a more intolerent nation every day.

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    [QUOTE=sourceworx;2397280]I don't know if you're a smoker, but the ban on smoking in bars and restaurants has been a good thing here in NY.[/QUOTE]


    Unless you're a bar OWNER and the majority of your patrons smoke.

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    I know people hate the smell of smoke -- I get it.


    But what about people that just plain stink? Should the govt force people to use deodorant? I mean, have you ever been in a taxi that didn't reek of ungodly body odor? Do what I do -- bring your own Febreeze and just start spraying the cabee when you get in.

    And what about people that have explosive diarrhea and totally funktify the office bathroom. What are us "regular" people to do? Heck, sometimes our office bathroom is worse that the public stalls at a road stop. Good Lord, it's a crime scene in there.

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    [QUOTE=Piper;2398186]I hate it. And not just because I can't have an occasional cigar as I don't smoke cigarettes.
    While I can live with the argument for having strict no smoking rooms in restaurants because people are eating, I could have chosen to open a smoke free bar if I wanted to. Or chosen not to frequent a bar with a lot of smoke.

    But when I go to a bar/pub, I do so knowing that nothing that happens there is beneficial to my health.

    So now, I get to walk past groups of smokers on sidewalks with my kids as well as they are banned.

    We are becoming a more intolerent nation every day.[/QUOTE]



    You make a fair argument. I agree with you.

    But I love the change (I don't smoke). I hated going to bars when I was younger and coming home stinking like an ashtray. Then I'd put my coat down on my bed and before you knew it my bed smelled as bad as my coat did.

    When I went to Germany last Fall, it was like a flashback; the bars reeked of cigarette smoke. I'm sure it would much more difficult to pass a smoking ban over there. Smoking is more popular in Europe.

    It's been a while now and I never hear smokers complain about it anymore. I guess they got used to it.

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    [QUOTE=SanAntonio_JetFan;2398204]Unless you're a bar OWNER and the majority of your patrons smoke.[/QUOTE]

    That was a common argument that bar owners made when the ban was being discussed. In the end it didn't keep people away. People love their booze more than their cigs.

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