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[July 13, 2007 @ 2:26 pm] David Hogberg
Michael Tanner of CATO notes that James W. Holsinger, President Bush’s nominee for Surgeon General, testified to Congress that he supports:
1. Universal health insurance;
2. Banning pharmaceutical advertising;
3. Banning the advertising of sugary cereals and other “junk food” on television;
4. Federal regulation of vending machines in schools; and
5. Increasing tobacco taxes as part of a campaign to “make America a tobacco-free nation.”
Couldn’t the Bush Administration have found someone who was a bit more dedicated to individual liberty?
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+ May 2007
July 14th, 2007 at 2:05 pm
“Couldn’t the Bush Administration have found someone who was a bit more dedicated to individual liberty?”
Bush Administration and individual liberty?! Come on…this administration is the epitomy of big government and the antithesis of liberty and freedom.
Holsinger is on par…