Friday, March 24, 2006

'5-a-day saved by smoke ban'

'5-a-day saved by smoke ban': "'5-a-day saved by smoke ban'
Roland Hancock

According to anti-smoking campaigners, 14 people die every day in the county as a direct result of smoking.

That figure is expected to fall by five following the ban on smoking in public places. Smoking is the biggest single cause of ill health in Britain, with a third of regular smokers dying from diseases like lung cancer which are directly linked to their habit."

Of course lives will be saved! They made up all the second hand smoke numbers in the first place. First it was 1,000 a year, then 4,000, then 10,000, then 50,000, then 200,000, then 500,000. Since the numbers are made up, they'll just make up new numbers!

By the way, my estimated show that the smoking ban has killed over 500,000 people by now, most of them under 18. Spread the word on this dangerous demon that kills our children.

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