Also I think a flaw in the argument has to be from the info given...I feel the nature of the threats posed is outside the scope...Isn't it...Am I missing something??
What is the argument?
You can continue to keep accepting that tobacoo is harmful and yet not hold the tobacco companies morally/legally responsible
IN MUCH THE SAME WAY AS
You don't consider suing candy companies even though it is undeniably true that candies cause harmful cavities in the teeth.
What do you think is the most appropriate criticism of the above logic? E expresses it clearly by saying you can't compare the effects of tobacco with those of candy - one causes cancer and stuff like that - the other causes only mouth cavities. The two cannot be logically compared.