that does it….

23 Sep




Posted by on September 23, 2009 in politics


2 responses to “that does it….

  1. fever2tell

    September 24, 2009 at 10:14 am

    The first time I heard about the clove ban I thought it was just a rumor. I thought t was way too ridiculous to be true. But no.

    Now THIS is socialism! How dare they tell me what I can and cannot pollute myself with!?! And underage kids aren’t supposed to be smoking in the first place. How about they make it harder for kids to get cigarettes so the rest of us adults can get lung cancer in peace!

    However, if we’re going this far they really should get rid of flavored malt beverages too, those are a gateway to alcohol abuse. After all, the first thing I ever got drunk on in college was a Mike’s Hard Lemonade. I will gladly hand those nauseating Smirnoff ices somebody brought to my last party over to the feds, no questions asked, so long as I never have to see those sickly sweet, hangover inducing little bottles in my fridge ever again.

    And while we’re at it… we should probably ban caffeine too, have you seen how jumpy kids get these days? Oh, and people seem to be getting fatter. We can’t have that. Instead of making it so lettuce doesn’t cost $5 a bag therefor pricing low income people out of healthy food we should just BAN JUNK FOOD!!!!!!! NO Doritos for you, fatty! And no health insurance either! Also… air is rather polluted these days. We cant have people BREATHING DIRTY AIR! They might diiiie! Let’s ban breathing too.

  2. geekusa

    September 24, 2009 at 11:12 am

    I actually rather like Smirnoff Ice….

    Something dumb like this isn’t going to change my mind about the current administration, but it’s still pretty silly. Clove cigarettes give me a headache these days, and I haven’t been particularly interested in smoking regular cigarettes lately either – still, though, if there’s one thing I’m a libertarian about, it’s drugs. I think they should probably all be legal, except the ones that cause *everyone* to act in a violent or potentially dangerous manner (I’m thinking here of PCP) or the ones that will definitely screw up your life (heroin.) And it’s not because I think drugs are awesome and everyone should do them, it’s because I don’t like the idea of the government telling me what I can or cannot do to myself.


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