Thursday, May 31, 2012

New York to Ban Sale of of Sugary Drinks

Nanny State - one regulation away from total bliss                       

New York - is anyone proud to call these people countrymen?

Res Ipsa Loquitur


Anonymous said...

As someone who was born and raised in Ole NYC, I'd like to say that the residents there have reaped exactly what they sowed.

This pretentious, nazi, twit was a dimoCRAP his entire life. He couldn't get the dim party nomination and changed parties. New York repubics, being the rino repubic's they are, nominated him to run. Without a endorsement from Rudy,[right after the 9-11 attacks] he never would've won.

Then the residents pasted by a ballot initiative to "Term Limit" the Mayor. Which pasted with a wide margin. During his second term His Twitness made sure that law was overturned. Naturally so he could run again.

Chithead, works for One Dollar a year, and is overpaid at that price.

All you NYC dopey libs, rino's and repubic's deserve every damn thing you get. Bottoms Up!

And the next one up, now that Weiner Boy has been exposed for what he is, will be Christine Quinn who "just" might be worse.


Anonymous said...

Hey, if we never have to see Barney Frank's Moobs again, I'm all for it!

Anonymous said...

oy vey ole'

Skoonj said...

I, too, was born and grew up in New York City. This isn't the first time Bloomberg's interfered with eating preferences in NYC. Transfats, salt, and so on come to mind. Flahback: several weeks ago Rush Limbaugh told of a cardiologist who said that many measures to reduce obesity and help the heart actually irritate the heart and make heart attacks more likely.

I suggest that if families of New Yorkers who died since Bloomberg's meddling in diet file a class action suit against him, based on the cardiologist's study, his meddling will stop cold!

leelu said...

...sell two 16 oz drinks for the price of one 32 oz drink, etc.

Problem solved.

Boss, are they on the Barn Army targeting list??

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Yes, after San Francisco, Seattle, and Maryland.

DougM said...

One should note that they didn't say anything about large bottles of malt liquor.
Just sayin'.

leelu said...

An addendum to my earlier post... then give 'em a 32 oz cup.

DougM - your comment reminds be of the Bacardi ad on a billboard in SoCal during the South Beach carbs-are-bad craze - "Bacardi and Diet Coke - Zero carbs".

Of course, we all know what alcohol gets metabolized out as, yes? So, malt liquor doesn't have enough sugar to qualify, I guess. (cough)

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