Bracing against the wind  

Monday, November 22, 2004

The U.S. may, again, try to ban the sale of vitamins

It sounds like something out of the DaVinci Code, but there's a group called the Codex Alimentarius that plans on stopping U.S. citizens from buying vitamins.

That's crazy right? How could some group of foriegners stop U.S. citizens from buying whatever they damn-well please? Aren't I allowed to be as healthy as humanly possible? It's true, it's nasty, and it's a directed manipulation of the health and well-being of the masses.

In the new America, do we just bend over and take it when groups of politicians seek to take away our rights? Clinton did it. Bush did it. Who's next...the Codex?

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