Our Host’s Breakfast is Still Legal

Justice Milton A.. Tingling Jr. of the State Supreme Court in Manhattan has struck down the restriction on sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces, calling the limits “arbitrary and capricious” 

Mayor Bloomberg would go crazy out here in Colorado, because the fountain drink machines at Loaf ‘N Jug, a chain of convenience stores owned by Kroger, also dispense flavored sugar syrup that can be added to the soda.  Oddly, Colorado has the lowest incidence of obesity.  Correlation is not causation.

3 thoughts on “Our Host’s Breakfast is Still Legal”

  1. I hate Bloomberg so much and now he is infecting his vile self into our politics too when he paid to make sure a far left anti gun no matter what race baiter got the job.

  2. I don’t like Bloomberg. I thought his stunt with the City Council in 2008 so that he could run for a third term was really shabby.

    Nevertheless, I voted for him anyway in 2009, as the alternative was far worse: overly liberal Democrats who are soft on crime and happy to give away the store to the public employee unions.

    I’ve already written in these pages about the soda ban, and how I think it’s a rotten idea, so I won’t belabor that point.

    NWP: I’m curious: what has Bloomberg been doing in Illinois?

  3. What Bloomberg is doing basically in a nutshell is paying for campaigns of very anti gun politicians. When I mean anti gun I am talking about a woman who believes guns should be outlawed. I’m no fan of guns but don’t believe completely outlawing them is a good idea either.

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