Looking at history we would find that when a government entity wants to take things away it later gets over turned. The best thing we can do is to educate and support people. I personally think government control is over stepping their boundaries and will only causes people to go underground or purchase multiple drinks to satisfy their desires (which only adds to pollution the problem). If you want to cure obesity I refer back to a cartoon I read some years ago. If everyone worked part time there would be less job stress, everyone could be employed, there would be time to enjoy life and exercise plus many of the health problems would go away. The only problem is that it makes too much sense. I think there was a lot of common sense in that cartoon. I think our lifestyles have has much to do with obesity and what we drink is only a small part of the problem. View Thread
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