Tuesday, July 2, 2013

"The Biggest Loser" Shouldn't Be About Weight Loss


So I've got more evidence that supplement salesman, Mitt Romney, really cares about us:
"And here it is: Dr. Offit gives a nod to 4 of the 51,000 supplements on the market: omega-3 fatty acids to prevent heart disease; calcium and vitamin D to prevent osteoporosis in postmenopausal women; and folic acid during pregnancy to prevent spinal-cord defects in newborns. As it happens, several months ago — presumably after the book went to press — an influential national task force found the evidence for calcium and vitamin D to be unconvincing. So that reduces the list of sensible supplements to two."

Two. TWO (2). Two - out of the 51,000 preparations Mitt Romney sells (I won't call them "medicines") and, with that ratio of bonafide-to-bogus, we're supposed to accept Romney doesn't know he's been ripping everybody off to finance his cult's ambitions? That he's a "good man"? Or that his B.S. cult somehow inoculated him against charges of deception, rather than being the source of much of it (supplements are an important business for Mormons)?


And how about all these "health" food stores, or the Whole Foods/Trader Joe's contingent? I repeat - two out of 51,000 - that sounds like a class action lawsuit to me, but I'm not a lawyer:


How much money have they taken YOU for? How many lives have they destroyed? 
And for what? Oh yeah:


Because they all wuv you so much.


And it's a good thing we have all these online lawyers, and law professors and whatnot, looking out for our interest, huh? They've done a smashing job to protect us through promoting Romney, right?


Without their "advice", we Republicans wouldn't be where we are today,....