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there they go..f@cking up another industry

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Last Edited: February 8, 2014, 7:50 am

I saw this headline today

A $1.5 Billion Industry Braces for FDA Regulation..""

 

...I will say this...BULL!

WHY CAN'T PEOPLE LEAVE WELL ENOUGH ALONE?!?!?!?!..it's win win for everyone.The tobacco industry stays in tact even though folks transition from regular smoking andpeople stay employed in that sector because the need for liquid nicotine is off the charts.

The liquid for the vaporizing devices are Made here

Most of the better variable vaping devices are made here

The only 3 ingredients for making smoking liquid are something that is already legal..ALREADY LEGAL!

USP gradeA propylene glycole-//USP gradeA vegetable glyserine-and what ever and whatever concentrated flavoring agent

For years leaders of this country tried to sway folks from smoking one way or the other.I find it bordering on isanity to hoard on regulations

to thwart growth on this product.All this does and will do is force us to buy from china yet again if we want these things.

 

The only good thing for me is if this vaporizing thing spirals out of affordability because of insane regulations,I won't need to purchse eliquids any longer as I have already stopped regular smoking for months now.

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Comments

1.
JAP69Comment by JAP69 - February 8, 2014, 8:57 am
Pharmaceutical companies do not want unregulated competition.
Thank your lobbyist in congress.
2.
rdgrnrComment by rdgrnr - February 8, 2014, 8:58 am
It's all about CONTROL.
The CONTROL Freaks in the White House and CONTROLLING the Senate right now can not live without CONTROL.
They need four things to survive:
Air,
Food,
Water,
and CONTROL.'
And not necessarily in that order.
3.
Comment by GASMETERGUY - February 8, 2014, 12:48 pm
I grow my own tobacco and have two rolling machines. All I need are the tubes and I am working to eliminate that.

What will our government do when everyone quits the tobacco habit and tax revenues dry up? We can look to the automobile industry for our answer. The government regulated higher gas mileage. Now that cars are achieving 30 to 50 miles per gallon, the tax on gasoline has dropped. Therefore, our government is now considering taxing every mile you drive in addition to the tax per gallon.

Thanks, Obama.

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