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August 19, 2011

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Robert K. Wrede

It is quite astounding that an industry that has obfuscated and lied for years about the inexcusably deadly properties of its products on our citizenry has the chutzpah to oppose objective illustrations of what smoking acutally does to its victims so that the unfortunate people who are hoodwinked into smoking by the industry's multi-million dollar advertising blitz can at least have some objective exposure to the facts.

As Mr. Spangler so concisly put it: this one fails the "straight face" test.

Arizona Jim

Clearly this is more a perversion of regulating commerce then an First Amendment argument.

Jeff Spangler

This one fails the "straight-face" test, but you've got to admire guys like Abrams who usually can pass it.

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