posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 07:43 PM
I'm so confused, I can't remember when the "government" became responsible for make sure we don't hurt ourselves? Can anyone remember when the
elected office folks, through codes, ordinances and a few laws decided their job was to protect us from ourselves?
This effort seems to be part of a very smart, sophisticated and effective marketing campaign that says, "if you do this or that, it hurts us all, so
you can't do this or that anymore." What is remarkable is that is presumes that the absence of this or that, means everything is entirely different.
So, "no sodas for you" simply means everyone is model thin, what kind of logic is this?
The government licenses businesses, meaning the act of business is owned by the government, so, when you license the use of the "act of business,"
you agree to let the government control your actions, fair enough, but the controlling of the selling of soda seems not to be business related, more;
"you're too fat, we the government, know how to best make you thin!" Which begs the question, "when did an agreed upon standard of fat and thin
come into play, and when did each of us become included in the demonstration of this parameters.