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Trouble in the Nanny State

Rob Constitution Wrote: Mar 14, 2013 2:14 PM
The intention was far more limits on what government could do. When government says 'no (fill in the blank)' and get's away with it, it is then empowered to say no to the next thing it doesn't like or wants to regulate...and the next thing and the next thing. The 10th amendment states clearly that if the first nine don't specifically grant the permission to something to the feds, than they are prohibited from it and it is left to the people/states.

Like the proverbial monkey typing for infinity and getting Shakespeare, Mayor Bloomberg's obsession with reforming New Yorkers' health has finally produced a brilliant ad campaign.

Posters are popping up in subway stations and bus stops giving statistics about teen pregnancy that show cute little kids saying things like, "Honestly, Mom ... chances are he won't stay with you. What happens to me?" and "I'm twice as likely not to graduate high school because you had me as a teen."

(Based on a recent CBS report, the kid could add, "Then again, I'm in the New York City public...