Really, telling somebody your changing their behavior because it's "good for them" should be troubling for everyone. Since sexual intercourse can cause health concerns, should rules be placed on sex? Should certain religions (or lack thereof) be banned because they may have a perceived negative impact?
The concept of the slippery slope is very real. Politicians never know when enough is enough, they always take things one more step. That's not to say anything goes, crack shouldn't be sold at the 7-11. But before a law is passed, something you're going to punish people for if broken, it needs to be thought about long and hard. And unless it's necessary for a society, it shouldn't be passed.
Now when you buy the "smaller" soda, you will be paying the same price you did for the super size. Mark my words people...you get less, and pay more. IF you have to buy two drinks...you're certainly paying more. That's how it works.
Jeez....I hate Politicians.
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I really doubt that anyone's going to become thinner and healthier because of this...
They might as well cut to the chase demand that residents of NYC attend bimonthly weigh-ins. Anyone whose BMI is too high must lose a certain amount of weight by the next weigh-in or pay a fine. Anyone who fails to report for their scheduled weigh-in must pay an even bigger fine. And incarcerate anyone with a BMI over 40 until they are slim enough to be re-admitted to society. We obviously can't rely on the people themselves to manage problems like this, right?
If these walls could talk, the stories they'd tell,
and if they did, there'd be a whole lot of hell.