Skip to comments.Health panel talks about wider food ban
Posted on 06/13/2012 7:03:20 AM PDT by Lazamataz
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Look at these eyes and tell me he's not psychotic.
Welcome to NannY State.
His type will keep encroaching on liberty until the public stops them.
Really. It comes down to that.
How the crap is this guy even considered a REPUBLICAN???? He is worse than many liberal Democrats.
Get this man a straight jacket. Seriously.
If I were King/Mayor of New York, these are the foods I would like to ban:
Cheese (except on pizza)
He's not a RINO (Republican In Name Only).
He's not even a DIABLO (Democrat In All But Label Only)
He's a CRAPO (Controlling, Regulating Anti-freedom Psychotic Oppressor).
What about diet cola drinkers? No sugar in that!
Dude's fixed everything else about New York so now he has to worry about the size of your mustard packets at the 7-11.
I think the ultimate definition of Masochism must be
“opening up a public comment period to New Yorkers”.
Remember controlling the food supply is the first step to into communist hell. He wasn’t happy banning food donations, he wasn’t happy banning large drinks...it is clear he won’t be happy until you eat nothing but the grass from central park.
But, what is truly frightening...is a lot of this is spreading like a fever across the country.
He’s not a Republican anymore.
Many people share popcorn and cokes at movie theatres, so this will cost them more money if thay have to buy smaller sizes.
It's the NYC residents who vote for politicians like Bloomberg -- and his generally far more liberal opponents -- that are truly insane. I've worked in NYC, but I could never live there!
‘Independent’ in the model of Bernie Sanders, it appears.
On its face, it makes perfect sense. Bloomberg was never a Republican in any true sense of the word. When he first ran for office in 2001, he decided to do so as a Republican because the Democratic primary was already crowded with well-known candidates. The Republican nomination was his for the taking, and he took it. Then, in the general election he used his vast personal wealth and his pitch to bring a businessman's sensibility to the job to overcome the city's strong Democratic leanings. Now that he has been elected to two terms, Bloomberg has no need to remain in a party that he disagrees with on any number of issues.
So basically he's always been a Democrat but just changed the labels. I figured as much as I don't see a distinction beteen Mayor Koch and Bloomberg or Mario Cuomo or his son.
If the law allows refills it has nullified itself. Besides, as my brother pointed out, you order one drink with extra ice and another with no ice and you have the same thing.
As for Bloomy’s political affiliation, he was a Democrat until he decided he wanted to succeed Guiliani. To do that he figured he needed to be a Republican.
Yes he’s nuts. He thinks he can regulate guns sales at gun shows in Ohio for crying out loud.
Yes they will. This ism almost like another hidden tax when you think about it. It's a shame considering NY is one of the highest taxed places in the US.
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