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No that would be the national health service, a service paid for through the taxpayer, one of those being me. I suppose you live in a sterile environment, not having children, not using any educational/social services or carrying out any action with the potential of creating a cost for the taxpayer. You know it’s highly probable that someone won’t agree with everything you do. Not defending smoking, but that’s not what this is about. People who want to try and win this argument have spun it into an argument over whether smoking is good or bad rather than it being a question of freedom of choice, however, id refer everyone to the main topic question. It doesn’t ask is smoking good or bad does it.
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