Local Dentist Johnny Johnson Wants Residents To Goto The City Water Plant To Pick-up Their Water
.WHAT !!! Smoking & Fluoride is good for us?
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It seems to me “they” said margarine was the safe alternative to butter and safe from heart and lipid risks. Humm.
Let’s ignore for a moment the fact that fluoride is a toxic chemical, non-biodegradable, and probably carcinogenic. Let’s ignore for a moment the fact that water fluoridation is a wasteful, expensive and inefficient method of applying fluoride to teeth. Let’s ignore for a moment the fact that much of the actual data from pro-fluoride studies does not support claims of its effectiveness and get to the real problems which are informed consent and the proper role of government.
My right to know the pros and cons of what is being put in my body is circumvented by the addition of fluoride to every drop of water I pay for. Mr Johnson’s notion that if I don’t like it I drive to some central water station and pick up water without fluoride is typical of bureaucrats who think citizens exist for the convenience of the government. I should not have to ask my government to grant me the decency and respect to make my own choices–even if they are wrong. I left my parent’s house close to 50 years ago and am not looking for a surrogate mother.
Mr Johnson’s Subject heading of the email he sent to the City Council reads: “Choice to drink Fluoridated water or not” but, in the content of his email he pleads with the Council to forget choice and continue to force feed residents the toxic chemical Fluoride .
This guy is a goofball. Can you just see the traffic backing up on Clyde Morris to the entrance to the water plant? Port Orange water is 100% safe to drink and if he doesn’t want to drink it he can by bottled water.
I don’t understand what the interminable controversy is about this issue. We have elected officials that need to do their homework on this issue, make a decision to either vote on it themselves or put it out to referendum vote, and then stick by and/or memorialize the decision so that someone who disagrees with it will not in the following year agitate and start the interminable controversy all over again. If after the vote and decision is made significant new research emerges in the future that would raise further concerns on either side of the equation then there might be sufficient justification to revisit the issue. I would not revisit this issue capriciously because of political pressure that supplants the final decision that is not justified by significant emerging research.
I would not drink Port Orange water, is it had flouride in it or not. Does boiling Port Orange water take any impurities out of it? (I use bottle water for everthing except making spaghetti).
Bottled water is a personal choice and is not as highly regulated as water from public water systems. That means that there can be a number of contaminants in bottled water which do not receive the same scrutiny as water from a public water system and may have levels of certain contaminants far in excess of that which you would consume in public tap water. Also, some bottled water comes from public water systems with little or no treatment modification other than filtering out chlorine residual, which might not be the best way to protect individual consumers from water borne diseases. Any how it is a matter of personal choice if one prefers to spend their hard earned money on bottled water so cheers!.
Another goofball heard from. The Department of Health and other regulatory agencies deem P.O. water completely safe. Drink your bottled water Hank and I hope you don’t get sick from that spaghetti.
But Port Orange city water does not taste good like NYC water did. I know — go back to NYC.
I know this poster could not possibly be Hank Springer. Hank Springer is an extremely honorable man who’s word you can take to the bank. Hank made a very implicit commitment not so long ago that he would never post on this blog again. He avowed that he was through posting here, that he would never set a foot in River Walk, and that he would never eat at Captain Daddy’s. So this spaghetti boiling person who would not drink city water and boils his pasketti in bottled water could not possibly be the real Hank Springer who said he would never post here again. Do you think Hank Springer would break his word?
To Anonymous from Hank Springer.
Yes, I am breaking my word. Are you surprised? It’s a tough world we live in today, and it seems no one any longer plays by the rules, set down by himself/herself, or others.
And, I tell you, don’t believe anything you hear from me. I will be putting forth disinformation and not playing the game any longer of telling the whole truth, the real truth, so help me God. Just try and ignore me and maybe I’ll go away again.
I’m back! And please do make it all about me. I am thrilled! — hank
It’s all ok Hank, No problema. Keep on posting your welcome here. Just testing the consistency in your logic. None of us are perfect here but I do believe many of us are trying to expose deception in high places. Transparency is the name of the game and I think you and I agree on that.