Saturday, September 30, 2006

You can take my french fries when you pry em from my cold dead hands!

The proposed ban on trans fats is yet another example of a nanny law that clearly states that there is no such thing as personal responsibility.

Yes trans fats are bad for you, nobodys gonna argue that point. The public is educated, and the marketplace knows it. Thats why the latest marketing ploy is to cut trans fats volentarily, solving a good chunk of the problem without legislation.

4 Comments:

Blogger Simeon Drakich said...

Bring back beef tallow for deep frying.Healthier and tastier and good for the Alberta beef industry.
The freaking vegans are the root of all the artifical fats.

10:55 AM, September 30, 2006  
Blogger Albertan Technophile said...

There we go! A suggestion of a possible solution, instead of empty rhetoric.

I wonder if they could find a way for it to be preserved without inflating the cost too much thouh.

As a carnivore, I have absolutely no moral objection to beef tallow frying.

12:31 PM, September 30, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had to laugh when the NDP went on their crusade to protect us from those evil trans-fats, I understand the reasons fo it and how the cooking converts the fat.
But for years the NDP has back Food-banks that give canned/salty items and jars of peanut butter
that have hydrogenate oils to stabilize the mixture for shelf life.
And the big joke from the NDP is how they wouldn't let Libby Davies near their campaign , why? ....because she can't stop ramming junk food into her mouth and she may explode before the next election and void all their Posters for responsible eating and State bans on legal snacks.

I still laugh at Jack layton demanding Justice and equality for all citizens, yet the NDP coddled a convicted felon and allowed him to run in the 2006 election , yes...I'm talking about Light-fingers Robinson .

6:28 PM, September 30, 2006  
Blogger Albertan Technophile said...

Readers of my blog know my undying contempt for the dippers knows no bounds.

I watch parlement on cpac quite oftten, and I havent heard an intellegent remark from ANY NDP MP yet.

I suspect that you may have to be "special" to get anywhere in that party...

6:34 PM, September 30, 2006  

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