Goodbye America: Individual Liberty In The Hands Of The PC Left

January 27, 2009

I don’t smoke, and I think that the smell is pretty awful. But hey that’s freedom. A smoker is free to smoke, and I am free to wear cologne and cook fish.

At least that’s how it used to be. Now, thanks to out of control PC worshiping liberals in California, it is illegal to smoke in your own home!

BELMONT, California: During her 50 years of smoking, Edith Frederickson says she has lit up in restaurants and bars, airplanes and trains, and indoors and out, all as part of a two-pack-a-day habit that she regrets not a bit. But as of two weeks ago, Frederickson can no longer smoke in the one place she loves the most: her home.

Frederickson lives in an apartment in Belmont, California, a quiet city about 23 miles, or 37 kilometers, south of San Francisco that is now home to perhaps the nation’s strictest anti-smoking law, effectively outlawing lighting up in all apartment buildings.

This has nothing to do with health. This is about fascist politically correct leftists controlling their smoking neighbors.

Why not let building owners decide for themselves if they want to allow smokers or pets…etc? Oh yeah, we’re talking about the Left here. There are no property rights on the Left. Just State rights, and the will of the mob.

Fat people, you are next! Your excess weight is a burden on the health system and you will be the next target for dehumanization by the American Left.

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2 Responses to Goodbye America: Individual Liberty In The Hands Of The PC Left

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  2. BackwardsBoy on January 28, 2009 at 12:52 pm

    Well, I don’t know what everybody’s so upset about. We voted liberals into offices of all kinds. We now have the most left-leaning of all presidents in Washington, along with Reid and Pelosi in the House and Senate. We’re also seeing the most expensive single piece of government spending ever passed in the so-called “Stimulus Bill”. We got what we voted for.
    Elections, like personal decisions, have consequences.


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