4 Opinions on “Two Councilmen Are Willing To Discuss Fluoridation | Video

  1. Interesting scientific analysis by Drew Bastian. A truck of chemical tips over and there is an emergency cleanup thence this has to bad to put in the water. Lets project Drew’s dialectical analysis from his premise of scientific reasoning into similar situations. A truck load of Chlorine tips over and requires an emergency cleanup thence we should not put Chlorine in water and disinfect a public water system thereby perpetuating a water borne disease epidemic. A truck load of monosodium glutamate tips over and requires an emergency cleanup so we should no longer put preservatives in food because if it required an emergency cleanup it is not fit to be placed in food. A vehicle transporting a blood supply tips over and all the blood spills out on the road and requires an emergency hazmat cleanup therefore we should desist from administering life saving blood transfusions because anything that would require an emergency cleanup like that is not fit to be transfused into the human body. What special interest coalition and individuals voted for this brain dead miscreant?

  2. Sounds like a no brainer to me. If you want to use floride go buy mouth wash with floride. If you dont want to use floride I shouldnt be able to make you drink it in your water. And make you pay for it too.

  3. PO Oldtimer is spot on in his observation, and to be unmistakably clear I oppose fluoridation of our water supply based on the bedrock principle of ” informed consent ” which in turn rests on the undisputed understanding that all drugs have side effects.

    For me that ends my consideration of this matter and if elected I will be relentless in eliminating this low grade industrial by-product poisonous drug from our water supply.

    Ted Noftall

  4. PO Oldtimer is spot on in his observation, and to be unmistakably clear I oppose fluoridation of our water supply based on the bedrock principle of ” informed consent ” which in turn rests on the undisputed understanding that all drugs have side effects.

    For me that ends my consideration of this matter and if elected I will be relentless in perusing a vote to eliminate this low grade industrial by-product poisonous drug from our water supply.

    It baffles me how members of Council can say matters such as this one are important to them – but just not important enough to do anything about it.

    The good old boys mutual admiration club on Council needs to be disbanded long enough to bring drinking water fluoridation to an up or down vote long before the 2016 elections.

    Ted Noftall

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