The Importance Of Portion Size Infringements

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Portion Size Infringements
We all have our own troubles in one form or another. So who is the government to tell us how to live our lives; where and when will they stop? The government has become so accustomed to telling the people what to and not to do in our lives that this country is barely a democracy anymore. They have to come to the realization that they do not have endless power over the people of the United States. America’s government should not regulate the people’s diets because we have free will, citizens should be allowed to make their own informed choices, and obesity cannot be regulated it must be something that is educated. Not only the people of the United States but the people of the world are granted free will at birth. The bible tells us in Proverbs 16:9 “The heart of man plans his
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Yet they continue to regulate our diets when indeed we have free will, we can make informed decisions for ourselves, and the education of healthy eating has a far larger effect than regulating extraneous laws upon the people. The government should not feel superior to us in any way. We elected them to represent us and be for us and instead they seem to be distancing themselves further and further from the citizen’s rights every day. In fact in the bible God tells us we all have the same spirit and the person next to me is just as messed up as I am. We’re all sinners and Jesus died for every single one of us so that our sins may be forgiven. We may eat a tad lousy sometimes, but we’re forgiven and no one can tell you right from wrong when in fact they are struggling just as much as the next person. Sure there are healthier ways to go about life, but no one has the right to enforce what they think is correct upon people who can be taught just as well the foundation of a healthy

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