A friend sent me a screenshot of a Google search of “Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids” which reveals an interesting twist on that organization’s fund raising strategies: the headline content for their website appears to be an ad for “generic Viagra”.
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So either they are not satisfied to confiscate untold riches from the involuntary contributions of overtaxed smokers, and so are picking up a bit of extra revenue, or they are trying to encourage the creation of more kids so that they have reason to demand more funding.
I suppose there is a third explanation, that they are the victim of some kind of hacking, but I like my other theories better. If you do the search soon, you can probably see the same result (it worked for me), though I have to assume they will fix it eventually. But they will probably not discover it via this blog — it is pretty clear that they carefully avoid reading anything outside of their echo chamber for fear of encountering legitimate criticism and troublesome questions. And besides, they are probably busy right now, trying out their free samples of generic Viagra.