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Unread 10-25-2011, 12:04 PM   #243 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by FireTiger View Post
Actually, it does- it infringes my right to breathe, it triggers my Asthma and usually causes an associated panic attack... having to never go where smokers are does limit my freedoms...

but that's not really the topic, just smoking a poor example.
And I could argue:
You have every right not to choose to be around anyone who is smoking. Your right is preserved. You are responsible for monitoring your surroundings in relation to managing your illness. The rest of society does not bear that responsibility.

But you are right. Smoking is a strawman thrown out in an attempt to distract from the actual debate.
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