Eric4953 Wrote:
Jun 29, 2012 10:21 AM
I think the scarier outcome of the decision is if government decides to "tax" you based on your BMI. How about an additional 1% income tax surcharge for each point your BMI is above 25. Report to your local government IRS/Healthcare office for your official quarterly BMI assessment. Oh yeah, and bring your checkbook. But don't worry, the courts have already said that you can't deny someone welfare due to illegal drug use, alcohol, or smoking. So, be skinney, high, and poor and everything is free....