Skip to comments.Beverage group sues city over soda warnings, advertising ban [San Francisco]
Posted on 07/26/2015 4:30:02 PM PDT by markomalleyEdited on 07/26/2015 5:11:03 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
The American Beverage Association has sued the city of San Francisco, claiming new legislation requiring health warning labels on sugary beverages and prohibiting advertisements of them on city property violates the First Amendment.
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When you outlaw red bull in the land of the Google millionaire prepare for riots...
Imagine sitting down to a meeting and seriously talking about stopping others from eating or drinking what they want.
In the old days San Francisco closed bath-houses because of the infection danger, then reopened them.
These are the same people that now want to tackle soda, but couldn’t stick with prevention of AIDS.
When the next big one hits SF, I’ll crack open a nice soda and shrug my shoulders, because it’s sure gonna suck for them finding something good to drink.
San Fransicko is a disaster any way you look at it. Once a classy city, since the days of Haight-Ashbury it has become a toilet with cable cars.
Note the bold.
Gonorrhea, syphilis, and AIDS: No problem. Sugary soda: Evil.
Commie fools never learn, they were “born that way” to use a phrase they like to remind the normal people of.
Note the bold.
The American Beverage Association has a valid point. The city pretty much allows other caustic advertising on city buses without restriction. No restriction on Gay Pride events that should warn that gayness contributes to HIV and other deadly diseases. Or that sheltering illegal aliens contributes to murder and mayhem.
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