Third time is a charm is the superstitious talisman that forms the operating procedure of the tobacco control industry.
Such is the case in the scheme to metastasize the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), increasing its scope by rasing the tax on cigarettes. The bill has been vetoed by the President, his veto upheld by the Congress. Anti-tobacco, as always, doesn’t get the message and continues to push the passage of the legislation. Anti-tobacco, of course, doesn’t give a hoot about uninsured children. It’s only purpose is to price smoking out of existence thereby boosting the market for pharmaceutical smoking cessation nostrums.
Norman Kjono examines the insanity of special interests, their stooges in the Congress and the compliant mainstream media that tread the same path over and over, always astonished that the path always ends at the same brick wall.