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SF … lucky us, we don’t have to live there

The lunacy is widespread, no let’s truthfully call it “pervasive”. Rational is a word only the mathematicians around there can use in regards to one set of numbers compared to another. Rational is completely unrelated to how they live their lives.

An article in American Thinker brought this to mind today, but it merely piggybacks on San Francisco being the property crime capital of the world AND the human feces on the sidewalk capital as well.

There, homelessness, which is actually a mis-diagnosed drug addiction problem is rapidly taking over the entire city.

I posted a great video study on this situation in April:
homelessness, unemployment and immigration It is NOT a homelessness problem as widely portrayed, but a drug addiction problem. If you define the problem incorrectly, NO SOLUTION will work. That is what San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle and most major cities are doing. Read the article linked above. Some communities have solved it – after correctly analyzing the situation.

Ah, but back to the city of Love Every Perversion…

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San Francisco moves to ban – horrors! – e-cigarettes

In a city that permits pot smoking, distributes free needles to heroin-addicted junkies, sticks up for its sanctuary city status even as locals get shot, and permits the entire cityscape to become the homeless community’s public bathroom, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has decided to ban … e-cigarettes, which are a kind of vaping.

For its own good, of course.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle:

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously voted to approve first-of-its-kind legislation to suspend the sale of e-cigarettes in the city, amid concerns over underage use of the addictive nicotine products. The measure is already being challenged by the nation’s largest e-cigarette company, Juul, which is laying the groundwork to take the issue to voters in November.

The bill still requires final approval, but the board voted 11-0 to pass the ordinance on the first reading, telegraphing its intent to make it official as early as next week.

The measure, if passed, would go into effect seven months after it is signed by the mayor. It would halt the sale of e-cigarettes in San Francisco’s brick-and-mortar stores and bar the delivery of e-cigarettes bought online to San Francisco addresses until the U.S. Food and Drug Administration reviews the safety of the products, which it has not yet done.


It’s complete lunacy, starting on merit grounds alone.