That final straw.
I've been threatening to do this for a quite a while now, and I'm afraid this is the last straw. On the day this law passes I will pack up my things, make my arrangements with work, and emigrate to Canada.
This is yet another pointless attack on our civil liberties, based on nothing but Labours seemingly unquenchable thirst to ban things.
Cast your mind over the past years, how many seemingly insignificant things have been banned.
Read Jeremy Clarkson's new book, he makes this point excellenty, and has some rather frightening facts and figures to back it up. However, I cannot be bothered to reproduce them here, you'll have to shell out the £7.99.
Labour beware: This country has a breaking point.
Keep outlawing things that are minority persuits (Smoking, Hunting with dogs, Certain psychoactive fungi are the ones I can think of off the top of my head) and eventually you'll only end up with an angry majority.
People will become accustomed to breaking the law, and as a result we'll have more people being dragged through the courts at the tax payers expense.
The respect the avarage person has for the law with drop, breaking the law will become a socially acceptable thing, and why respect one law, when you don't respect another.
We'll end up with gangs on hoodies skulking our streets at night. Oh, wait, thats happened.
We won't be able to go a month without hearing about somebody under the age of 18 stabbing/being stabbed on their street in the inner cities. Hang on a moment, we're already there.
We need to get back to basics, if its not hurting anybody else, then why ban it?
Let teachers actually punish children, rather then making them watch as their class grows up with no discipline. Then asking why the youth of today is too busy shooting smack and rival gang members to get a job.