Smoking or pizza?

Quick!  Which is more dangerous: cigarettes or cheese?

Both cause disease, but the U.S. government has ulterior motives.

As reported by the NYT, cigarettes are set to get a make-under, slapping on graphic tags that cover 50 percent of a pack’s surface area.  Unfortunately, the FDA-mandated labels won’t be required until October 2012.

Conversely, the USDA is pushing a cheese agenda through its mob-like front, Dairy Management.  As a government entity, the USDA is clearly advocating for a product that directly conflicts with its healthy living messages.

Smoking or pizza?

This may not be Watergate, but it is important investigative journalism.  Wonder what else the government is funding….

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