Well, as a fat person, as long as my lifestyle does not infringe on the life, liberty or property of anyone else, I have every right to be as fat as I want. I never asked to join any "system" that I am accused of "being a drain on."<br><br>It's no different than someone who smokes cigarettes, is an alcoholic or leads a similarly destructive lifestyle. It's their body to do with as they please. That's the free society that we live in. <br><br>I have been both fat and thin, and I am working on leading a healthier lifestyle. It is my choice, and no one else's. <br><br>
Here, here!<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>It's no different than someone who smokes cigarettes, is an alcoholic or leads a similarly destructive lifestyle.<p><hr></blockquote><p>See? You lost me right there. "similarly destructive lifestyle"? Compared to what? A non-destructive lifestyle? Would one of you who fits that description please step forward and ruminate?<br><br>
And being a fat person myself, I don't see why you'd dignify or justify this asswipe's comments. I just want to go to his/hers house and sit naked on all the furniture ... maybe their pillows too. <br><br><br><br>
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