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I will conceed to the two people that pointed out that the Salad dressing on Mickey D`s salads is wayy overused by people, but that doesn`t make what they are selling any less legitimate. If I sell you a nice salad and you cover it with mayo, how does that make me the one at fault?
They should be removed from office.
glad i haven`t been there in years
Heh, no. McDonald`s dressing has more sugar than some of their desserts, and everything else is simply loaded with fat, and still lacking in many vitamins. There`s nothing healthy on the McDonald`s menu.
Yeah, I guess if you spend all day on the computer and lead a completely inactive lifestyle, to the point where your metabolism is shunted and you wouldn`t require more than 1000 calories a day... then I guess 1 or 2 meals a day is fine.
If you want to talk about freedom/liberty etc. Start on one of the many major issues your country faces before whining about tax on hamburgers as "infringements on liberty".
(P.S. Technically, letting people live longer is worse for your country, as older people use up more medical resources. Cigarettes and Fast Food cause expensive medical bills, but those people die before 60, and nobody racks up more in medical bills than those after 65. Plus they`re often retired so don`t contribute as much.
You save money by making/letting them die.
Having said that. I think this tax is a good idea.
So the government doesn`t make laws or anything like that. It`s not like the entire judicial system revolves around that very concept.
or... people can COOK. Cooking is not *that* difficult. It just needs some responsibility to your own health.
If people still buy it, then the state gets revenue for hospitals, which probably going to end up on treating cardiac arrest from all the cholesterol they are inhering.
and if they stop buying it, even better getting rid of the problem form its roots