Keep your rules

I don’t care if someone smokes or they don’t.
If I don’t like it I just don’t go where they are.

So why don’t they allow bars or businesses that clearly tells you it allows smoking.
If you don’t like it, don’t go there.

And zip up that argument about workers getting second-hand smoke.
They don’t like it, don’t work there.

Businesses don’t owe anyone a job.

People in our country have the right to drink themselves to death, practice risky sex, and give themselves a heart attack by eating super-sized anything.

So let them smoke in the company of those who also smoke or don’t care – like most people did 20 years ago.
If everyone stays away the business closes its doors.

But with 25-percent of this country still popping an occasional cigarette, I doubt many bars or clubs are going to shut down.

Nobody is trampling on your rights when you have plenty of places to go besides a bar where people light up.

You don’t like the food at one restaurant?
Don’t go.

Don’t be passing a law that no spicy, hot-rod Mexican food is allowed because a lot of people don’t like it and it might rot your stomach.

Damn near anything we do these days can affect our health or longevity.
So, don’t to it.

Don’t make others live by your rules.
Because some of them suck.

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