They can, and will, tell you in a heartbeat that safe alternatives are already available in the form of nicotine patches, gums, lozenges, nasal spray, inhaler, etc. All tested and approved, at great cost. This unregulated e-smoking upstart is not needed. It will muddy waters for those enforcing "no smoking" rules. It could hook a new generation of nicotine addicts if it should somehow become fashionably 'cool'.They Cant very well say that a heathier alternative to traditional tobacco is a no no.
And, truthfully, no one knows the health impact or safety of inhaling this fluid multiple times every day. No one. We all assume it's safe, but assumptions won't garner governmental approval when the time comes.
Just how many reasons would you need to understand that government is not going to say, "Wow. We think this is healthier than smoking tobacco cigarettes, so we'll let unregulated liquids and devices made in China be sold freely in our country? And we'll gladly forego the taxes imposed on tobacco products. We want our country to have healthy smokers of addictive, poisonous liquid vaporized in a metal tube."
If you see a smooth road ahead, you must be smoking something I don't have available for my e-cigarettes. Dream on. Enjoy this ride while it lasts. I am.