posted on Feb, 14 2013 @ 08:21 AM
Having read the article, the following can be stated:
This is the kind of trickery one would expect to find in DC or any other hall of power where a politician has an agenda. It is a form of trolling and
very misleading, as it is a sensational headline.
One could have easly talked about a chemical, a common every day chemical, that causes billions if not trillions in damage every year, how too much or
too little can ruin a country and ultimately, lead to far greater problems in the long run. You know that common chemical dihydrogen monoxyide, how
that it can destroy entire towns, the last time that an area was innundated with such, it cause trillions of dollars worth of damages, and killed
thousands of people. Yet is so required that everyone on the face of the planet require it every day in one form or mixed with other chemicals to
survive. It is a menace and we should ban it, don't you think the children deserve to live in a world where they are not having to drink this
substence, where the medical costs for having such in the lungs can run into the thousands of dollars. And people will kill for this, should we not
take the more enlightened steps of stopping this madness?
Or should we be honest and admit that what is being talked about is simply water?