Sunday, April 10, 2011

Soda is Illegal Now

The glorious, round Mayor Of Boston, Thomas J. Menino (or Mumbles as we call him) has decided that he wants to help us make better choices by banning the amount of choices we have for softdrinks.

Does this make sense?

Here's his quote:

I want to create a civic environment that makes the healthier choice the easier choice...

Obviously, another example of how liberals think we work for them, as opposed to the other way around.  So I ask you again, does that make any sense at all?  The mayor wants healthier "choices" by banning certain items.  Let me help you.  The answer is "no".  It doesn't make sense.

Restricting choice does not give us more choice.  It inhibits our choices and makes us drink what they want us to drink. I wonder if these politicians even think for a single moment before they pass these bills.

This is by the very definition, Totalitarianism and we have fostered and allowed it to go on for too long.

Because John Doe can't control his caloric intake and is overweight, the government decides legislating what we do in our private lives and our own personal daily decision need to be dictated to us.

What's next?  Will we be driving down the street, drinking a Mountain Dew and be pulled over?  Forced to take a test to see what a sodium or sugar level is?  And then ticketed if it's above the government's opinion?

How people don't see this, and continue to vote for these fools is beyond me.

By the way...this one day after he allowed the Boston Red Sox to serve mixed drinks at games.


In case you're wondering, that's him on the left with his 5 chins.

Keep voting Democrat people.  Keep letting them strip your rights away and define your life for you.

All you have to do is think back to the 80s and the Gores.  How hard they fought to stop us from listening to certain kinds of music, music that had swears or was violent in content.  How the liberals continue to fool some of the population is one of the most confusing equations I've ever seen.

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