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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    The Liberal wackos in San Francisco just made it illegal for happy meals to contain toys because the food ion a Happy meal is less healthy in essence than say broccoli. Because Liberals are not smart enough to feed their own kids they want someone to make it a law that the Government can order you what to eat and not to eat.

    It's just more control and a way to grow government and another reason to dump Obama and ignore his dumb ass mate.

    Let the personal attacks and name calling begin.
    You already did. I'll post your comments and point out each of your attacking, partisan hack statments... statements that have no substance and are nothing but silly overgeneralizations:

    The Liberal wackos in San Francisco just made it illegal for happy meals to contain toys because the food ion a Happy meal is less healthy in essence than say broccoli. Because Liberals are not smart enough to feed their own kids they want someone to make it a law that the Government can order you what to eat and not to eat.

    It's just more control and a way to grow government and another reason to dump Obama and ignore his dumb ass mate.

    Let the personal attacks and name calling begin.
    Now, my question is, is it possible for you to make a substantial post WITHOUT overgeneralizing without facts?
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    Ok, maybe I shouldn't have said we aren't connected, but my point still stands, we have no responsliblity for others well being if we aren't personally involved with them or their situation. I shouldn't have to deal with bans on products that I enjoy because people go out and kill themselves with it like that alcholic energy drink banned recently. On the other hand, if a person goes out and kills someone that strips the know dead person of their life that person should be punished. One is tyranny like you believe, the other is protecting individual rights and liberty of the citizens. Understand?
    There is no suggestions to be banning any products here.

    If and when this came about I would be protesting loudly as well, I do not think prohibition solves anything (as you can glean by my signature below); however I do feel awareness, and promoting a message of healthy, responsible choices does
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    Not true. Its naturally found in cattle, goats, deer, sheep, mice, etc. Its true it can be added, but its not only added.
    Its found in these meats in trace amounts, not the very large amounts found in processed foods. I am talking about the man made additives, hydrogenated vegetable oils, which are not natural and are not needed in food at all. Don't cloud the issue.
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    I'd have to say I agree with Palin. Gov't is sticking its nose in too much these days.


    Yeah, obesity is a problem. Gov't isn't the answer.

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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    The Liberal wackos in San Francisco just made it illegal for happy meals to contain toys because the food ion a Happy meal is less healthy in essence than say broccoli. Because Liberals are not smart enough to feed their own kids they want someone to make it a law that the Government can order you what to eat and not to eat.

    It's just more control and a way to grow government and another reason to dump Obama and ignore his dumb ass mate.

    Let the personal attacks and name calling begin.
    You have no respect for the President, obviously. But None for his office, either.

    Out of curiousity, ever call Reagan's wife his dumb ass mate? Or either of the Presidents Bush?
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Sorry, it wasn't your one post, it's a combination of most of the posts on this thread. I'm not getting how most think that Michelle Obama's 70 pt project is nothing to worry about.
    I'm worried about the country for all kinds of reasons and think this is just another nudge to get us to behave the way they want us to.
    Oh well, Some of you think it's a good idea, I think it's a really bad idea. I hope you all are right.
    I understand you're scared and feel the government is just getting bigger through this.. ok.. What I don't understand is why you think that 70 pt project is something to worry about based on what it says.. so that is why I asked you to point out what is so concerning. As I said before, I think a lot of it won't work, but I didn't read anything about granting government excessive authority over my dietary choices. Point out what it is so concerning.. that is all I am asking for..

    I don't understand your fear beyond knowing you have it.. and you have to see I am not being biased here especially if you can't show me why I should fear that 70 pt project.
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by tryreading View Post
    Its found in these meats in trace amounts, not the very large amounts found in processed foods. I am talking about the man made additives, hydrogenated vegetable oils, which are not natural and are not needed in food at all. Don't cloud the issue.
    You said trans fats are man made and should be banned, not mentioning at all that it actually occurs naturally. The fact is if you are going to ban it outright as you said, you would have to ban those items aswell. That is all my point was.

    You have no respect for the President, obviously. But None for his office, either.
    He doesn't have any respect for us, so why should we respect him? Just because someone is president doesn't mean they earn and keep respect because of it. This argument of respecting the president feels like when I was a kid and my parents would say I must respect my elders even if the person they were telling me to respect was a douchebag that disrespected me. It doesn't make much sense.
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    You said trans fats are man made and should be banned, not mentioning at all that it actually occurs naturally. The fact is if you are going to ban it outright as you said, you would have to ban those items aswell. That is all my point was.
    I will clarify for you. Man made trans fats should definitely not be added to food. Natural trans fats are not man made, but occur in negligible amounts in animal products, and are unimportant.

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post

    He doesn't have any respect for us, so why should we respect him? Just because someone is president doesn't mean they earn and keep respect because of it. This argument of respecting the president feels like when I was a kid and my parents would say I must respect my elders even if the person they were telling me to respect was a douchebag that disrespected me. It doesn't make much sense.
    He doesn't have any respect for us? The President has never shown me disrespect, so I don't know what you're talking about.
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by Goshin View Post
    I'd have to say I agree with Palin. Gov't is sticking its nose in too much these days.


    Yeah, obesity is a problem. Gov't isn't the answer.
    Even on a local level?
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by Goshin View Post
    Yeah, obesity is a problem. Gov't isn't the answer.
    produce the answer.

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