I read the Lakeshore Times this week. I have one comment. How in the world did we become involved in the electronic smoking issue? Just how much more local, state, and federal government interference in our lives is to be expected? If it is assumed that free standing nicotine is harmful to teens, at what point does the home life or parental guidance take control over governments? When does government need to take a hike? In my opinion, right now.
I heard a nasty rumor. I heard the teenage girls have been operating for years as babysitters without a license. If we're going to control water vapor, perhaps we should look into this. It might be another source of income for the city. This drought needs some tending, too. Perhaps we should legislate against it.
There are probably some things we need to look into. I don't believe water vapor is one of them. The city ought to cop out and let parents look into water vapor. Nicotine for grown ups? last I heard, it was legal. I don't use it, but it ain't against the law. Does it influence teenagers? Maybe, but only stupid ones. That may be good for the gene pool. I think parents make all the difference, not city governments.