Friday, February 3, 2012

Government Regulation of Sugar

Wow, going to surprise myself and put up two postings in one night.

I hate talking politics.  Really I do, cause there's always someone your going to offend or someone who doesn't agree with you.  I hate disagreeing.  I don't like to make people mad.  I don't like arguing.

I can't understand why anyone would argue over this though.  Government control of what we are allowed to eat sounds like a very dangerous thing.  I'm not saying that we shouldn't eat healthy.  I'm not saying we don't have an obesity problem or a diabetic problem in this country.  We have a HUGE problem with those things (no pun intended).  I'm saying, letting the government have control over what food people are allowed to eat is a dangerously slippy slope.  You know the famous quote "Give and inch, take a mile".  That's what we're facing.

Here are some links for what I'm talking about.

And a video from uTube from a lady I really like to watch.

Happy (or not so happy) reading.

God Bless <3


  1. I don't like talking politics on my blog either (or religion much for that matter) you just never know what you're going to stir up. But I do think that there is already too much control over what we eat to give them any more.

  2. Agreed. =)

    I only brought this up cause, well, being in the preparedness mind set, people may want to go buy as many pounds of sugar as they can, while they can. Lol =)
    I'm not too worried (just a little) about the government getting away with that because there would major fight just from the food companies. But stocking up because the price of everything is going up up up, and who knows when it will come down! Sugar is a good bartering commodity too! You could be rich just by storing a couple hundred pounds of sugar. Where I'm at right now a 25# bag is about $15. I've seen everything going up in price soo much. A 50# bag of pinto beans I recently bought from a local big box store for $10 is now at $20 just 2 or 3 months later.