posted on May, 8 2014 @ 03:36 AM
The simple fact is even if, for pure argument's sake, it could be demonstrated that fluoride has some beneficial health effects, that is
not the point. It is still a form of medication, and it should ALWAYS be a choice whether a person decides to take it. I mean, they wouldn't
put aspirin in the water to try to prevent headaches now, would they!? So, why is fluoride ok? On a purely simple level of argument, what if some
people were allergic to it like other medicines? What would the government suggest they do? (By the way, don't get me wrong, I don't believe that
fluoride is at all good for people, but I'm just putting things in a different context for those that do).
As a second point of interest, it always bothers me when people suggest that it is being added to water for the health benefits. Because honestly,
when did western countries start really giving two craps about people's health? Last time I checked, there's a McDonalds on every corner.