But I am concerned to hear all over the voice speaking in favor of a ban on tobacco sales and greater regulation of alcohol consumption.
And I ask you, what government plan, there, “fight against addiction to tobacco, alcohol or cannabis” … frankly, is that it is serious?
Especially since there it is, more and more people stop smoking. Bravo, the damage is already done, there’s something to be proud, here!
Because for me the tobacco and alcohol are now more valuable than ever for our company. In fact I do not even see where the problem is.
Normally, when you leave it, the basic reaction is: “Ugh … another will understand that when one of his relatives will die of smoking And yet..
And even economically it not take his thing 50. % who die there, not to mention the astronomical spending on cancer treatments, talk about a profit. ”
It’s so predictable I gently laughs.
Yes, it’s amazing how you can be fooled by talk peddled by leftist sissies. And vision moralist.
. Because the savings to tobacco and alcohol are beautiful and well colossal
The system is simple to understand: overwhelmingly, people die of these cancers roughly speaking around the age of retirement. So to compare the amount spent addicted to cigarettes is taken from one side: chemo, hospitalization and other medical whatnot.
On the other side, just do the following calculation:
A person who dies of a these cancers has lost what? 15 or 20 years of life expectancy? the state would logically have had to pay him a monthly pension.
To find out what the state saved, so just take the average amount of retirement, multiply it by 12 months, followed by 15 or 20 years …
Yes, it’s a staggering amount, and it is much saved for the taxpayer. Marlboro thank you.
But to me it must go further.
Because the real challenge lies ahead tomorrow is still the baby-boom.
… The cohort sixties.
They flirted on Sheila, some have fantasized about Sherryl Karen (if at one time it was possible), they are collectively responsible for the fashion of the 80s, they spent 40 recent years to self-congratulations for May 68. And they will stop working. Even if the economy is morribonde, even if they still have a good 20 years to live.
Faced with this, what do we do?
An in-depth reform of the pension fund allocation? A massive development of services and entertainment for seniors, just to encourage them to continue to consume and keep the economy?
No, it is not enough.
For me the solution can pass through reform pioneering and courageous: the legalization of hard drugs from 60 years. I also propose to accompany this device a distribution organized by the State of crack pipes for each retirement, with the first free doses.
In 2007, vote for me.