New Labels To Warn Smokers!

Warning! Smoking Cigarettes Is Hazardous To Your Health!

label New Labels To Warn Smokers!

Shocking News…

Wow! Find a smoker who isn’t aware of the health risks! Most smokers realize 400,000 people die per year due to smoking.

Don’t Worry, FDA Has Your Back…

Has the FDA lost their mind? Keep in mind these are the same people responsible for 106,000 deaths every year from their FDA approved and correctly prescribed medicines! Where is the outrage? Where is the warning label for the FDA?

Ask Your Doctor…

Maybe not! There are over 200,000 deaths per year caused by medical malpractice. I have seen numbers for years which ran 700,000 to 1,200,000. Now all the numbers you see out there seem to mysteriously omit a zero! Go figure! Where is the warning label on their office door?

You Demon Smokers…

Is this just another ploy to demonize smokers and blame them for the world’s problems? Keep in mind, cigarettes are the most heavily taxed product in the country. Federal and State Government has profited enormously by demonizing smokers and manufactures using misleading, bogus information.

Labels For Everybody…

Do we really need these labels? Should we also create warning labels for alcohol, junk food, food additives? How about nice graphic warning labels for all the pharmaceutical drugs and their life threatening side effects? I’m sure the lobbyists will prevent this!

Discrimination…

It is our opinion this is over-reaching and discriminating against a group of people who pay more taxes on a consumable product than anyone else! Give smokers a break! If you are going to create warning labels for smokers, graphic warning labels should be created for all products which pose health risks! You just can’t pick and chose to be politically correct and chose the flavor of the month and demonize a group. If you are going to demonize, demonize all of them!

The Seekers Of Truth

Some additional resources…

New ridiculous cigarette warnings

The federal government just recently released 36 proposed warning labels to be placed on cigarette packages. They show pictures of corpses, a mother blowing smoke on her baby, and a person dying in a hospital with taglines like …

Publish Date: 11/12/2010 16:30

http://freedomandscience.blogspot.com/2010/11/new-ridiculous-cigarette-warnings.html

Great news: FDA ready to require photos of corpses on cigarette

Nah, just tax it to death to help fund other ridiculous projects, and condemn the cigarette companies to hell while surreptitiously pocketing their campaign contributions. Pope Linus on November 11, 2010 at 8:32 AM. Late to the party. These types of lables have been …. How about they put up pictures on small cars of what happens in case of accident: Feds should propose graphic warning labels on small cars they are pushing rather than cigarettes. Here are two suggestions …

Publish Date: 11/10/2010 21:33

http://hotair.com/archives/2010/11/10/great-news-fda-ready-to-require-photos-of-corpses-on-cigarette-packs/

INSIGHT on Freedom: US Government “Health Police” Go Too Far This

In my opinion, there is no need for the majority of those interventionist agencies and the new US House of Representatives, where all spending bills must originate, ought to begin defunding those agencies and starving them out of existence just … The “Health Police” have crossed the line with their gruesome scare tactics on packs of cigarettes and I sincerely hope, when their budget comes up for review soon, it will be cut to near zero in order to bring some control and …

Publish Date: 11/15/2010 3:13

http://csadispatch.blogspot.com/2010/11/us-government-health-police-go-too-far.html

Sam Kazman on Cigarette Warning Labels

Competitive Enterprise Institute General Counsel Sam Kazman discusses the proposed warning labels on cigarettes that would show graphic images of the health risks from smoking. He does not think that the role of government should include trying to sc…

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