Everywhere we turn, the government is there, helping to make the world a better place.
We’re better off now that government does so much to help us, the folks in Washington tell us. There’s no reason for all the furor, they have our best interests in mind…and they know better than us, anyway. Don’t we trust them?
In a word, no; and in two words, certainly not.
Government overreach, rebooted for your viewing enjoyment (for the progressives), or apoplectic rants (for everyone else).
Another attack on freedom…no sir, you may NOT plant those tomatoes there….
The article is here.
You have got to be kidding me.
Yes, I know that’s colloquial. No, I do not care.
This is ridiculous. These bureaucrats are trifling. This is as lame as a horse with five broken legs.
Yes, I know that doesn’t exist. No, I do not care.
At what point do we stand and say, “Give me liberty, or give me death”? Sounds a bit extreme, probably, and I can hear the detractors now:
That’s a ridiculous overreaction of a bitter partisan believer in massive conspiracy theories.
Food is an integral and vital part of every person’s life. Without sustenance of some sort, you will die. If you eat the wrong type of food long enough, it will affect your health. Changing their diet has helped many people lose weight, gain confidence, build muscle mass and overall endurance, and feel better and more emotionally stable…..all without any other form of medicine!
Well, you might ask, what if “food-only medicine” people are wrong? If they are wrong, there’s nothing to lose. But, I ask you, what if they are right? If they are right, there’s much at stake!
What if, you query, you are wrong about the government overreaching its bounds here? If I’m wrong, there’s nothing about which to worry. But, again, what if I’m right? If I am, there’s much at stake here!
Including, it seems, one’s freedom to grow radishes, beets, turnips, kale, collards, carrots, squash, lettuce, tomatoes, and corn in the front yard in place of junipers, Japanese maples, clover, boxwood hedges, and other ornamental plants that really don’t have any practical use.