Tuesday, February 5, 2008
An article in the Monday, February 4, 2008 edition of the Boston Herald, entitled, "All you can't eat: Bill would keep fatties from dining out", stated that "Health-conscious legislators in Mississippi have filed a bill that would bar restaurants from serving meals to obese people." With all the political-correctness malarkey shoved down everyone's throat over the years, where 'sensitivity' training was force-fed to unwitting employers and employees, in various business, for making the mindless mistake of saying the wrong words to people with a chip on their shoulders, who then pretended to be 'offended' in order to file phony lawsuits, here we have an elected representative saying some people are too fat to be fed. The article continues, "'State Rep. Ted Mayhill (R-Southaven), told the Jackson Clarion-Ledger he doesn't expect the tough-love bill to pass, but he's hoping to 'call attention to the problem. No one's doing anything about it', Mayhall said. 'They just keep on going to the buffets and eating.'" Good Lord! Obese people have the nerve to go out and eat! Why, there oughta be a law! Oops! Why, here is one right now! Why do Americans insist on electing these mental midgets to positions of power? We give control freaks handcuffs, and they go on and shakle us with them. Isn't it about time we stop this madness and vote for Liberty instead? Vote for Ron Paul for President!