Explain personal responsibility when we're talking about a product aimed at young children?
Kids don't generally have responsibility. They need guidance and education - not indoctrination.
If they are extremely young, they arent going to be smoking anyhow, and by the time they can choose to smoke, they aren't going to have been using these as some kind of "indoctrination" as you claim. I dont know about you, but I could tell the difference between candy and real cigarettes when I was a kid, and I knew one wasnt for me even then.
Personal responsibility comes in when you choose to smoke or not.
Like the one person sent in, Its no more indoctrination for smoking than eating gummy bears is going to lead to eating real bears, assuming otherwise is ridiculous.
Dont you think its better to leave "Guidance and Education" in the hands of the parents and not the government? Or do you believe that the government should raise your children?