The “Saves One Person Rule” Is In Effect

You know the old cost-benefit analysis failure that masquerades as a justification for all sorts of intrusion into individuals’ private lives? “If x saves just one person, it’s worth it”? Well, my friends, push that button:

If a Herman Cain presidency stops just one man from smoking, it’s worth it.

Wait a minute: What if Barack Obama promises to stop smoking if he wins re-election? It’s neutralized!

(Link seen on Hot Air.)