Argument doesn't hold water
To the Editor:
In response to the letter from Stacy Cooper, I didn't say that non-smokers should have all the rights.
But it seems to me that if smokers think they should still be allowed to smoke anywhere, anytime, wherever and whenever they want, they are the ones who think they have all the rights.
And smoking and non-smoking areas don't cut it.
I don't know how many times I have sat in a non-smoking area and still left smelling of smoke.
I don't let people smoke in my house or car. And if they don't like it, well, they can go elsewhere.
Gretchen Van Pelt,