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Old 09-05-2009, 08:39 PM   #46
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Yes, I read it wrong, you didn't put it in quotes. My bad. But you rephrased the question because you obviously knew your first comment was incorrect.

No problem, thanks for your reply.


What was my first question and why was it incorrect.
I"m still a bit hazy.
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Old 09-05-2009, 08:39 PM   #47
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Biggest load of waffling, evading, forelock tuggin' shite I've ever read on here. I'm not interested in making government 'smart' or 'efficient' or any of that shite. I'm interesting in getting rid of it, and stopping the massive drain
on the resources of individuals and families (it's OUR MONEY, for fuck's sakes).
Uhm, yeah. Ok, maybe that's a bit strong.
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Old 09-05-2009, 08:40 PM   #48
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I don't have the answer to the first question, and I'm not the one that posted something that caused you to ask the question.

And the topic is damaged because nobody seems to actually have questions for you. So there is no topic right now, as you surely have noticed.

That being said......

I do have a question for you:

Is a school, or a school district prohibiting their cafeterias from serving a certain salad dressing an effective example of the "government" becoming more and more Orwellian, or it an example of a school or a school district making a nutrition-based decision, be it a good or bad one?

I mean, I might be wrong here, but, I'm guessing that your state, city or local government is not responsible for the salad dressing decision, that it was the school board or a principal or a University President (not sure what level of school we're talking about here).
Whenever you're ready....
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Old 09-05-2009, 08:44 PM   #49
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First of all, what's "regular salad dressing"?

Secondly, where's your evidence that the federal government has banned salad dressings?
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No problem, thanks for your reply.


What was my first question and why was it incorrect.
I"m still a bit hazy.
You claimed all regular salad dressing had been banned by the Federal Governments in school cafeterias which is simply not true.

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I cannot get regular salad dress in my school's cafeteria because it has been banned by the federal government.
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You claimed all regular salad dressing had been banned by the Federal Governments in school cafeterias which is simply not true.

I posted a USDA link concerning food regulations.

I am a teacher in a public middle school.

Please post why what I said is not true.


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I posted a USDA link concerning food regulations.

I am a teacher in a public middle school.

Please post why what I said is not true.


I saw nothing about banning "regular dressing".

In fact I've been in schools and I see a lot of regular dressings in the cafeteria.
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I get this funny feeling we are being ignored.
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I get this funny feeling we are being ignored.
Maybe we can talk to each other in here.
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So is American ingenuity, from what I hear. Get yourself a small container, and take all the high fat salad dressing to school you want. Or a stick of lard.

Or maybe it's just easier to cry "unnecessary government intervention?"


no, because, you see, if he were to bring his own, the food police would make him empty the contents of his teacher's lunch bag out on the table and he'd have to explain every last ingredient, like going through airport security or worse.

it's totally true. i heard Obama talking about it.
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no, because, you see, if he were to bring his own, the food police would make him empty the contents of his teacher's lunch bag out on the table and he'd have to explain every last ingredient, like going through airport security or worse.

it's totally true. i heard Obama talking about it.
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"Whenever the government assumes undelegated powers,
its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force."

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So far all I've learned about Libertarianism from this topic is that they seemingly just ignore most questions and issues. Oh, and they have a website.
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So far all I've learned about Libertarianism from this topic is that they seemingly just ignore most questions and issues. Oh, and they have a website.
Maybe we should ask each other stuff. I mean, following a quote from Jefferson is no easy task but we can try.
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