Tuesday, June 5, 2012

WUH? A Lib twists the truth to advance his agenda?


I recently came across this post on The Daily Caller:

If you find Morgan Spurlock as annoying and dishonest as I do, you’ll like Fat Head, which I’ve been thinking about since Emperor Bloomberg announced his War on Soda. Fat Head is a highly entertaining and informative (albeit zero-budget) documentary by a guy named Tom Naughton, who decided to try Spurlock’s experiment for himself. Naughton ate nothing but fast food for 30 days, but with two important caveats:
  1. He didn’t eat whatever the clerk suggested, as Spurlock did. In other words, no super-sizing if he didn’t want to.

  2. He kept his carbs to under 100 grams a day and his calories to under 2,000, using publicly available nutritional information about all the national fast-food chains.
How come nobody knows about "Fat Head" yet everyone knows about "Supersize Me"? As a direct result of this movie, McDonald's no longer "supersizes" meals. That's right- a major U.S. corporation changed one of its most successful and profitable campaigns due to vast public opinion. And by "public opinion" I mean "bleating by the uninformed herd".

As a result of reading this article, I watched "Fat Head". I recommend everyone watch it since it makes perfect sense. Of course, this fact will be unappealing to Liberals and Democrats and I don't want to waste anybody's time.

Full article HERE.

1 comment:

Evil_Klown said...

The sheep never bleat until directed by the media.

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