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February 29, 2012

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The Truth

Yeah, ok, the Obama administration screwed up on this one, but if the republicans were in power, Big Tobacco would be in a much better position. Just take a look on how much money cigarette companies have invested in republican elections over the last 20 years, and you'll see what I'm talking about

Dajudge4U

Another example of the Democratic mind failing to work through having Big Brother in our lives constantly. Agreed - how much of our tax dollars were wasted on a "losing right out of the gate" proposition? Who do WE get to bill for that fiasco?

The Crafty Trilobite

Autopsy is very clearly graphic shorthand for premature death -- which is a common consequence of cigarette use.

The distinction between fact labeling and advocacy is strained at best.

Sheppard White Lawyers

Some good points made here.

DarrenMcKinney

How many tax dollars were wasted by the Obama administration in pursuing this obviosuly doomed-from-the-start assault on the First Amendment?

Just askin',
Darren McKinney

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