Wouldn't it suck if you became unhealthy tomorrow, due to no fault of your own, and became uninsurable or had to pay a million dollars a year for insurance?
Of course personally I believe that universal major medical insurance should be provided for every citizen, and funded by the existing tax dollars that are already spent on healthcare, augmented with sin taxes on unhealthy foods or dangerous behaviors.
BTW if you consider that guy obese then I would venture to say then that most Americans by your opinion are obese making them the norm.
Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.
Of course some doctors do have common sense, but they don't dare go against the accepted medical standards due to risk of malpractice litigation.
I mentioned this earlier, but I am in pretty darned good shape (for someone who will be 50 on his next birthday), and can pretty much kick any 25 year olds arse in the gym, yet I am officially defined as being overweight based upon BMI. I don't know of anyone who has visible abs that would be considered a fatty.