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There’s something really wrong when a town or city allows this to happen….
The post says it all. Just 74 years ago 18 and 19 year olds were jumping into knee high water and running into German machine gun fire in France. Now they’re throwing tantrums at grocery stores and we’re protecting them from making adult decisions. Meanwhile 18 ad 19 year olds are still allowed to sign up to serve and die for their country, but in Framingham and other “progressive” communities they can’t smoke a cigar to celebrate graduation. We would allow this individual at the store in Framingham to parachute into ISIS controlled territory and kill bad guys, but we won’t allow him to inhale a puff of tobacco when he returns home.
According to the Framingham Board of Health, this was their reasoning for the 2014 ordinance:
The goal, board members said, is getting cigarettes out of the hands of kids in the schools.
Oh yea, I’m sure this has really curbed teen smoking. Because raising the drinking age to 21 has done wonders to stop teen drinking too. It’s not like 18 year olds can just drive to Ashland or Natick to buy smokes. Oh wait, yes they can. So not only are you punishing adults who risk their lives for their country, you’re also punishing local business owners, and in turn you’re collecting less tax revenue.
More nanny state regulations please!!