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IT IS FOR YOUR OWN GOOD.

You will eat what we tell you to eat. You will not eat what we tell you not to eat.

We know what is best for you. You will do as we tell you what is best for you.

You will pay us money to tell you what is best for you and to see to it that you do as we tell you to do.

It is for the best.

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The goals of good health and exercise are laudable but so what? Their approach is an outrage. Workplace intervention for being overweight? Oh right... that's going to go over well.


Here is a little background on this "all knowing" group. Web Link

It appears that their purpose is to update the government on the latest scientific data on diet which could enable the federal government to examine their financial supports.


I don't have any problem with state or federal government providing information to public. But they cross the line when they use that info as justification for further intrusion into our daily lives.


I am certain that everyone recognizes that this is the process instituted by Ronald Reagan and was first implemented in this form in 1985.


Here is an interesting article on the changes in recommendations over the years .

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^^^ I am certain that everyone recognizes that this is the process instituted by Ronald Reagan and was first implemented in this form in 1985. ^^^

Is that justification for using the data to punish those that fail to follow government recommendations? Do you really want us to believe that Reagan intended the process to be used for social engineering as proposed by the Obama Administration?

Or were you try to make a different point? Just wondering ...


Do you really want us to believe that Reagan intended the process to be used for social engineering as proposed by the Obama Administration?

Reagan supported mandatory prayer in public schools so, yes, he would. What's more fundamental than specific, compulsory spiritual practice. That's beyond food.


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