Why make laws against e-cigarettes?

01/24/2014 7:10 AM

01/23/2014 3:32 PM

Re “E-cigarettes: A new vice ensnares adolescents” (Forum, Jan. 19): I am a former resident of 40-plus years in east Sacramento. I used to smoke a pack and a half of cigarettes a day. Now, sometimes I use my e-cigarette or my tobacco pipe. Only the madness of liberalism can stoke panic and hatred for anything resembling tobacco use and make laws against smoking in public, However, liberals seem to be fine with potheads, who blow marijuana smoke in my face and invade my personal space. The e-cigarette is just vapor. People should stop trying to regulate the behavior of others. Liberals think their job is to make laws against everything because they know better than us.

-- Pete Poulos, Sammamish, WA

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