Skip to comments.Judge Napolitano: Bloomberg's Ban on Large Sugary Drinks 'Will Never See the Light of Day'
Posted on 05/31/2012 9:44:47 AM PDT by Talkradio03
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Bloomingidiot is nothing more than a tin horn tyrant. Keep taking it.
I was reading some comments on the news articles about this earlier and was shocked at how many people supported it. Some said, we should try it to see if it works. These people are fools and it’s the fools like them that keep voting the socialist bast**ds in office.
If I lived in New York I would walk around with an enormous drink all the time. They can’t prevent people from filling their own giant sized jugs with sugary cocktails.
(Personally, I'd like to see Bloomie taken 50 miles out to sea and thrown overboard. He'd survive because crap floats.)
Bloomberg may lack constitutional authority, but when has that ever stopped nanny states from trying to run our lives? The only way to end this madness is to say no and vote these clowns out of office. All it would take is for a significant number of businesses to say no, defy the ban and have Bloomberg try to legally enforce it. Go back to the ultimate nanny state act, Prohibition. How many normally law abiding citizens defied Prohibition and brewed their own hooch, went to speakeasies, bought bootlegged liquor or even worked as rum runners. The federal government simply could not effectively enforce the unpopular edict and it was repealed.
So you didn't mind Bloominidiot's stripping away owner's private property rights when you found it to be beneficial to you? but now you're complaining because it is now something you enjoy..........real nice.
Does the ban cover Kool-Aid?
>Does the ban cover Kool-Aid?<
Oh, of course not. That is THE sacred fluid of liberals around the world.
(Good one, BTW!)
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