Evidently the government is requiring additional warning labels on cigarette packages, including photos of what years of smoking can do to a mouth and teeth, rotted out lungs, a pic of a coffin with a body in it, a dead body with a toe tag, etc.
Then they took a short man-on-the-street poll to see what smokers and non-smokers alike thought of the newly required labeling (which is supposed to show up within two years).
One woman, with her hoarse voice, croaked out that she chooses to smoke and that the government has no business trying to make that choice for her.
I agree, absolutely.
But lady, don't try to come back against the tobacco company with a lawsuit or ask the taxpayer to pick up the tab when you're in the hospital with one of the many possible consequences of smoking.