Who Hijacked Our Country

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Connection Revealed: Eat Fast Food, Vote Republican

Fast/processed/convenience “food” not only has the health risks we already know about — obesity, heart disease, diabetes, et al.  In addition, too much fast food affects your brain.  And not in a good way.

According to a recent study published in Clinical Pediatrics:  “Our findings provide evidence that eating fast food is linked to another problem: poorer academic outcomes.”

That's sugarcoating-speak for “It makes you dumb.  Upid-stay.”

Think there's a connection between the mass overconsumption of fast food, and the fact that millions of voters keep getting conned into voting against their own interests?  Let's have a look:

1. Tens of millions of Americans have spent years — decades — clogging their brains with boatloads of high fructose corn syrup, pink slime, white flour, and hundreds of “additives” your high school chemistry teacher never heard of.

2. Tens of millions of Americans believe:
A) Clean air, drinkable water and renewable energy sources are just phony excuses for Barack Hussein Osama, the U.N. and the Trilateral Commission to Seize Our Property;

B) The aforementioned villains from the previous sentence are also planning to take away our guns the minute we let our guard down.

C)  The economy is being strangled by too many cumbersome regulations.  As soon as we eliminate these intrusive laws that coddle workers, consumers and the environment, millions of new jobs will be created so fast our heads will be spinning.

D) The Great Crash of 2008 was caused by labor unions, non-profit organizations, too many Wall Street regulations which straitjacketed the banks so they couldn't do their jobs, and millions of greedy homeowners who just couldn't wait to buy a house they couldn't afford so they'd get foreclosed and lose everything they had.

E) There's no such thing as global warming; it's just God hugging us closer.   Etc.

Connect the dots.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you going to blame the whole Flat Earth and Flintstones Science Societies on Fast Food?


December 23, 2014 at 3:46 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Erik: I don't blame junk food entirely, but it shares the blame along with our dumbed down education system and the fact that most of our population increase is from millions of dimwits having 14 children apiece. That early scene from Idiocracy -- contrasting the Yuppie couple with no kids and the trailer full of screaming brats -- was hardly an exaggeration.

December 23, 2014 at 4:19 PM  

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