Heartless Bloomberg: You’ll have to suffer a little bit

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It’s hard to believe that someone could come up with something worse than the soda ban, but don’t underestimate the sheer arrogance of New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg. Soda bans, trans fats bans, idling car bans, gun bans, smoking bans – what’s next? The progressive icon who doesn’t think you know how to take care of yourself has proposed a new rule to limit the amount of pain killers available at NYC hospitals. Even worse, he said that the many patients with legit pain may have to “suffer a little bit” in order to stop the few that would abuse the medication.

“Michael Bloomberg over the weekend unveiled a new initiative to limit supply of prescription painkillers to the city’s emergency rooms as a way to combat what he described as a growing addiction problem in New York,” Glenn explained.

“Now, if there’s one place that I would think that the addiction problem would not be coming from, it would be the emergency rooms, and this is a medical decision. Now, if it’s a ‑‑ if it’s a ‑‑ and you’ll never get this part of the story. If it is a problem of addiction coming from the emergency rooms, that means the people who use the emergency rooms as their primary doctor, usually the poorest among us or the immigrant population, if that is ‑‑ immigrant, I shouldn’t say that. Illegal population. If that’s the case, then we’ve got something else going on that we need to talk about,” he said.

“But he says it’s a growing addiction problem. Well, that means that your doctors are knowingly or unknowingly maybe making the wrong calls. That should be something we should talk about. If our doctors in our emergency rooms can’t tell the difference between real pain and a drug addict, then we have a problem with the doctors. But what Bloomberg is deciding to do is to limit the number of painkillers and the amount of painkillers and so if there is an emergency, the hospitals will not have the right amount of painkillers.”

While Bloomberg’s efforts are targeted at those who are going to the emergency room as their primary doctor, Glenn said the people who will suffer – in this case in real, physical pain – are the law abiding citizens who go to the hospital because they have a legitimate need for medicine.

“So Bloomberg can take care of another problem that he doesn’t really even fully explain how this is even going to help. What are we turning into? This is the nanny state. He knows better and he’s going to take care of it. First it’s your sodas. Now it’s your painkillers in the hospitals. And what kills me, it’s a politician telling the hospitals exactly how to prescribe medicine,” Glenn said.

Rather than have the government rationing and monitoring painkillers, Glenn said it should be up to the individual to be a responsible adult. As a recovering alcoholic, Glenn understands the dangers of addiction and goes through great lengths to make sure he doesn’t develop dependencies or over-medicate.

“I know a lot of people that have painkillers. Tania is a great example. If you give me painkillers, I’m going to take them. That’s why I have painkillers. She takes care of them. They’re in a safe in our house that I don’t have the combination to. I don’t want the combination to that safe. If I need a painkiller, she gives it to me. And she looks at me, ‘You really need a painkiller?’ I’m dyin’ here. That’s how it happens in my house because I’m a raging alcoholic. I know. I’m a responsible adult. She has the painkiller; she puts it in there. What’s the problem with that? That’s being a responsible adult,” Glenn said.

Unlike Glenn, Tania Beck and Pat Gray both keep painkillers in the house for their bad backs. But the doctors don’t tell either of them they can’t keep painkillers because they associate with Glenn. But by Bloomberg’s rationale, people who don’t have problems with addiction will have to suffer pain because some people aren’t taking care of themselves.

“There is no reason for anybody in this country to ever be in pain. If you are under a doctor’s care or you’re in a hospital, make the pain go away. There is no reason for anybody to be in pain, unless it’s therapeutic pain,” he said.

Stu pointed out that there is no way that Mike Bloomberg is denied painkillers if he is ever in pain and needs to be rushed to the hospital. Stu brought up the story of how Bloomberg had a window A/C unit cool off his SUV during a heatwave. Bloomberg had pushed an environmentally friendly anti-idling law, and the window A/C unit in his vehicle seemed to be a way for Bloomberg to use his resources to circumvent his own rules.

“He can’t take the heat of a hot car that is parked outside of his office building.  He takes a window air conditioner and wheels it ‑‑ had a device made to hold it up and wheels it into the window of his car so it can be cold when he gets in.  You think that guy’s going to wait a second for pain relief?” Glenn asked.

“He might not be number one necessarily on conservatives like, you know, a list of annoying progressives but, man, he might be the most pure one because in a way he comes off sometimes as this ‑ he used to be a Republican.  But he’s such a progressive.  He’s such a ‘I know better than you’ guy.  Even more than sometimes like a Nancy Pelosi,” Stu said.

  • landofaahs

    What rock did we get all these insane politicians from?  Bloomin nuts Bloomberg is off his meds.  Then today Obama says “we have to raise the debt limit because we are not a deadbeat nation and have to pay our bills”.  How the devil is adding more debt paying your bills?  Either the liberal pols are retarded or they are liars or they believe their average supporter is stupid.

    • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (cat folk gallery)

      To answer your last question: all three – they assume we are stupid, and they are dumb and liars for assuming such.

    • http://www.facebook.com/cdrgraphics Anthony DeFeo

      Stupid is as Stupid elects.

      • landofaahs

        You sir have the ability to “See the Forrest Gump for the trees” 😉

    • Anonymous

       …and the gene pool continues to get more shallow…

      • landofaahs

        Or perhaps an extra y chromosome.

  • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (cat folk gallery)

    Bloomberg has shown the extremes to which someone in power will begin to reach when they demand absolute control over those of the populace. In small measure New York has become the future of America as a whole that Reid, Pelosi, Obama and many others wish to have happen across the land.

    Bloomberg is arrogant and insane across the board.

    • http://twitter.com/paoligarcy Paolina

       The dark undercurrent not being told here is that this will result in THOUSANDS of New Yorkers going to PRISON if they are caught with non-prescription pain medicine.

      Most people don’t realize using prescription medicine without a prescription is a federal crime. The USA is far worse than the fascists were in some aspects. Even the Nazis didn’t haul grandmothers to jail for having pain medicine.

      The irony here is people like Bloomberg support the “woman’s right to choose to end the life of a baby in their womb” but don’t support the “woman’s right to choose” their own medicine!

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Robert-Wayne/615380688 Robert Wayne

        Thats right Paolina, they need to increase revenue SOMEHOW.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4QTXG3EL4XVCV26VANOTJUZWJY smiley

         “fascists like Bloomberg support the “woman’s right to choose to end the
        life of a baby in their womb” but don’t support the “woman’s right to
        choose” their own medicine!” 

        remember the straw man in Wizard of Oz?  No brain. 

        • landofaahs

          The tin man had no heart, the lion had no courage,the scarecrow no brain.Dorothy no way home and bloomberg etal play the part of the phony Wizard who continue to say “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain as toto sniffed the whoe scam out. And of course Pelosi is the wicked witch who’s face melts when it hits too much botox.

      • Anonymous

         it’s a lot like not allowing medical marijuana

    • http://www.isthatbaloney.com/ IsThatBaloney.com

      Bloomberg is critically insane. I’m beginning to think he is the head
      honcho of the New World Order because he comes up with some of the
      stupidest ideas of any politician on the face of the Earth today.

      • Anonymous

         I think he is too crazy even for them but it is obvious he would love to be in that position and feels extremely qualified for that post. I think he is nutso to the point he feels he knows better than God what people should and should not do and is trying to make up for what he feels is God’s mistake of giving people free will. Lucifer also felt that way, and look how that worked for him.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Anne-Caluwaert/100000218117532 Anne Caluwaert

      I love your replies. Right on.

  • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (cat folk gallery)

    So with Bloomberg who is he closer to in arrogance – Al Gore, Obama, Reid or Pelosi?

  • http://youtu.be/XEjnyMyJYTI Sam Fisher

    Oh it looks like Bloomberg is doing his whole let them eat cake routine. Do these idiots even care what they do to the poor and the hungry does Bloomberg even care about the little people. This is what happens when big government is no rule over the people. Over reaction and outright lies to defend their power grabs.

  • Anonymous

    And those idiots in NY will keep electing him.

    • http://twitter.com/JWMajic J. W. Appling

       Money buys elections and he’s beyond rich.

    • Lorissa Reynolds

      Then they will get what they deserve, and the sane people will move away.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jeff-Horton/100000278827311 Jeff Horton

      I think NY is worse that here in California. At least Moonbeam is keeping quiet. I’m not sure if that is a good thing or bad thing.  

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/4VYR5UZQTDUADAKOT3KUTWEQ64 Bobby

    My wife and I both work in the medical field. The problem with, what we call, “drug seekers” (people who are addicted and seek out doctors to prescribe them), is that it’s a very complex matter. First of all, working in the healthcare field, you carry a lot of liability, from both sides. If you over prescribe, you’re in trouble, if you under prescribe, you’re in trouble, and if you don’t give someone want they want, they take you to court, sue you, and make your life hell. What needs to happen is, a doctor needs the freedom to say “NO” to a patient without the ramifications that it currently has. Then you have the docs who enable the behavior and just write the script to get the person off their back and get the out of the office. This isn’t as clear cut as most would like it to think, but I think Bloomburg, and the government, are idiots for thinking they know best. They are out of the loop and have no idea where the problems are stemming from and how to fix them.

    • Anonymous

      I agree many are drug seeking. But what about those who have years of medical records that say they have a medical condition causing them pain? They are also being lumped in to this category. I have seen it myself with people I know people who suffer with RSD and cancer. They should not have to feel like criminals. It is hard enough for these people mentally to live another day and try to have some sort of quality of life. That would be cruel to treat them like that.

      • Anonymous

        How can people live like this! It makes me sick that people who abuse drugs and pain medication make the rest of us look like addicts seeking their next high. I am mortified every time I have to get my prescription refilled because I wonder what the pharmacist is thinking about me! I have a neurological condition where my nerve endings continually misfire and my brain interprets too much stimuli as pain. They do not know why and I have been from doctor to doctor for a diagnosis. My only saving grace is that I know my prescribing physician well and we have an established relationship for the past six years. She says that doctors can almost always tell if a patient is in pain or is just “seeking meds.” I can say that living in pain is absolute hell, but if one takes just enough to be able to function, (the most I have EVER taken is 6 mid-strength Vicodin in 24 hour period), I see no harm in legitimate prescriptions and no need for “limiting” pain meds so that others suffer. As Glenn says, a responsible adult with a legitimate need for them will monitor themselves so that it does not become a problem.

        • Anonymous

          I wish you the best Bellyn. Don’t give up trying to find help. Look in to an interferential tens unit to help with the pain. I battle each day with it and have endured criticism from many that don’t understand the horrors we go through. I literally had seizures from the intractable pain in which I would finally pass out. I endured so many invasive procedures to alleviate my pain without success. I even went in to a hyperbaric chamber to take the pressure off the nerve. These people have no idea what we have been through. I suggest you join some groups that are advocates for chronic pain. They can help you. Also you need to get pain management counseling. It is very important to help you deal with the pain on the emotional level.

      • http://twitter.com/JWMajic J. W. Appling

         I have a friend with RSD and the doctors treat him like an addict but they got no problem giving pain meds to junkies here who offer them a kick back.

    • http://twitter.com/DStrolle Dave Strolle

       I was in my doctor’s office last week to be treated for an infection.  While I was waiting for my doctor, a period of 5-10 minutes, I overheard a conversation between a patient and another physician in which the doctor was trying to convince the patient, a young man, not to continue taking pain medications.  As a matter of fact, in the time my doctor treated me. gave me a prescription for an antibiotic and then we had a minute or two of pleasant conversation, that doctor continued to try to not give that young man a pain killer prescription.  I am sure most doctor’s do the same thing everyday and King Bloomberg should stay out of their way.  Besides, what about the person with legitimate pain?  Bloomberg wants them to suffer because of the drug addicts.  What a  liberal jerk.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Susie-Allread/100002092484420 Susie Allread

    It is time for Americans to demand a test for those who are registered to vote.  If you  cant pass the damn test, then you are Not allowed to vote.  It is all these idiots voting idiots like Obama and Bloomberg into office.

    • Anonymous

      Let’s start with a requirement that you must pay taxes in order to vote.  The group that put Obama over the top in the past election were the free loaders who feed at the trough but don’t pay for the feed.

      • Anonymous

        These are the same shiftless, irresponsible people who vote YES on bond issues and measures to RAISE PROPERTY TAXES on responsible people (who are still trying to ‘support’ their mortgage) so decent law-abiding homeowners have to pay more, while THE FREELOADING VOTERS sit back in their GOVERNMENT-SUBSIDIZED HOUSING and munch on their GOVERNMENT-PROVIDED SNACKS while yakking on their GOVERNMENT-PROVIDED BAMA-PHONES.


    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1269520084 Debra Geffe

      need to pass a drug test to get welfare, food stamps etc.

      • Anonymous

        Now that SHOULD be law!
        If I have to pass a drug test to get my legitimately prescribed pain medication then they need to pass a drug test to collect!!!

        • http://www.facebook.com/tony.viscardi.3 Tony Viscardi

          I’m right there with you, not only do I have to take random drug test to get my needed medication, my insurance doesn’t pay it all and I get billed for the balance. Treated like a criminal because of this nanny BS. When does it stop.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jeff-Horton/100000278827311 Jeff Horton

      Like a constitution we had in 8th grade along with factual U.S. History. I’m not sure we can find a book like that .  

  • Kevin Ricker

    How on earth does the MAYOR of ANY city claim authority to make decisions like this?!? Dr. Bloomberg, I presume? No… I thought not!!!

    • Anonymous

      Exactly, he is not a doctor but plays one on TV. Instead of mayor he should have gone to medical school. I want him out of my business and let my doctor care for me. We are losing our freedoms even at our doctors office.

    • http://twitter.com/CuresCancer Kelley Eidem

      Yes, he is a doctor. He attended the Bloomberg Fool of Medicine. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1361693180 Anita Norris

    All it is really going to do is cause the street value to skyrocket of said narcotics. 
    I could see the thievery aspect of this going all crazy on Bloomberg.
    This is a crazy thought, how about we teach morals and values and personal responsibility in this country.

    • Anonymous

      Absolutely. These drug addicts will get is somewhere. Then crime goes up. 

      • BentGhazi

        Just like alcohol in the 1920’s – the black market will take over, and innocent people will die in the gang wars that result.  

        • Anonymous

          History is repeating again.

  • http://www.facebook.com/terry.nelson.7587 Terry Nelson

    So this Choad is a Dortor now???

  • Elizabeth Bracy

    I hate Bloomberg, I mean, I actually hate him.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ThomasHallJr Thomas Hall

    This will continue until we stop it…

  • Anonymous

    Tyrants like Bloomberg, Reid, Pelosi and Obama deserve full and painful wrath wrought upon them. I cannot stress that emphatically enough.

  • http://www.facebook.com/spencer.raban Spencer Raban

    i bet you bloomberg is railing oxy’s right now and he is trying to cover his corrupt self.

  • Anonymous


  • http://www.facebook.com/adam.barber.96 Adam Barber

     I personally have been using some of the post protected and regulated medications for a shoulder injury and botched surgery that has left me in perpetual pain and severe nerve damage. 3 surgeries (including my first botched one), over 250 hours of physical therapy, nearly 3.5 years now and I’ve only been using narcotic pain medication for the past 2 years or so. It was, honest to god the last and only choice I had. I was ready to kill myself due to the constant agony I dealt with daily, I got to that point, told my Doctor and he told me narcotic pain meds are just a band-aid, they won’t fix you, but they will keep your pain in check and keep you from leaping off a bridge.
    I can honestly say they saved my life and it is OBVIOUS, I cannot stress that enough, when someone is in real pain and someone is just a junkie piece of garbage.
    I forgot to add this was a worker’s comp injury in Washington State (the most liberal state West of New York City), where worker’s comp is run by the state (for most businesses) and their inefficiency, unbelievable stupidity, and general lack of common sense have given me a crystal ball to look into the future of America’s healthcare system once Obamacare kicks in. I also have the unique perspective of being half-Canadian. My Mother is Canadian, I was born in the US (thank god!), but all of my relative on my Mom’s side live there. With the exception of only a few, most are laze, completely useless wastes of space. Going hand-in-hand, most who are so useless are also junkies. Alcoholics (nearly every one of them), pill-poppers, even my cousin who, at 15 was pregnant and smoking meth; her child was born addicted to Meth and has serious issues now as a result.
    Thanks for anyone who read my ramble, I just wanted to share my perspective on this matter.

    • Anonymous

      I completely understand your situation. Keep strong. You are not alone.

      If they wanted to do anything, they should limit alcohol that kills more people everyday and is abused more than any drug most likely. He targets soft drinks instead.

      Let’s ask for these guys to be drug tested. You would be surprised to know what they are using.

  • Anonymous

    Has Mayor Bloomberg had a test for Alzheimers Disease recently?  For what Ever reason, he seems to believe he is Queen Mother of diet and nutrition and medications.
    Please, if anyone knows him personally. please tell him to stick to NYC Reality.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/frank.francioli Frank Francioli

    when can they elect this bafoon out of office….disgrace!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • mudslide

    ‘New’ York??
    Sounds more like ‘Old’ York……

  • http://www.facebook.com/albert.w.grove Albert William Grove

    I dislike millionaires and billionaires,They think they are better than the rest of us. They would rather you knee before them and kiss their feet. The rich are Obama lovers,because he’s making them richer.

    • http://www.facebook.com/stacey.borensteinclay Stacey Borenstein Clay

       I’m sure there are many caring wealthy people out there. Please don’t blame them all because of a few stupid uncaring one. Obama is using class warfare to divide this country. Don’t be a part of it.

  • Anonymous

    The person who should have to suffer is Bloomberg, put the guy in a ditch and force him to shovel dirt for 6 months then he might be able to relate to a working man, there wages, and why these people have already suffered enough under a tyrannical government 

  • Anonymous

    He is an evil man who has no concern about anyone who suffers. Maybe he is hoping the people in pain just end it all because they can’t take the pain. This way there will be less people on Obamacare to worry about. After all they will be a drain on the system. We couldn’t have that. it would cost way too much to make them comfortable while they are dying.

    I wish someone would follow this man around with hidden cameras and find out how many soft drinks he drinks throughout the day. I think he is just a hypocrite. If he or his family were in the hospital, you can guarantee that he would not stop pain relief to any of them. You think he would tell his dying mother, “Sorry mom, it just has to be this way, suffer. You can’t have pain med.”?

    • BentGhazi

      People like the mayor have a compulsion to micromanage everyone they feel is subject to them and their every whim. He views himself as in control of the millions who live in HIS city. It is a very narcissistic self image, and one that the Commander in Chief shares with him. The problem is people keep electing boobs like him. Don’t be surprised when he makes noise about running for president. People like this think they are a gift to those they oppress and don’t understand they are infringing on the rights of the people. They think that they are saving people from themselves, so they recognize no limitations to their power. They confuse abuse of power with leadership, which is why they are constantly over-reaching their authority. That’s the nature of a narcissist in a position of authority. New York City, Washington DC, every major branch of government at every level is rampant with these people, which is why we see the kinds of political oppression from career politicians that we have at local, state and federal levels. There is an abundance of ego, and a shortage of intellect with benevolent intention in politics. They no longer serve us, they somehow have the urge to lead us by forcing us to bend to their will. 

      We have to stop them from getting elected – 

      • Anonymous

        Your description is very accurate. But I am beginning to think that we really don’t elect these people. Call me crazy but I almost feel they have been selected rather than elected. It is just a hunch.

      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoILzi5thYg David Banner

         Wow, at first I thought you were describing yourself on Disqus and you did whether you realize it or not. I agree with your post but find your hypocrisy unsettling,  it
        sounds like you have been reading my posts and are trying to copy them. You know what they say,
        “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”. lol

        “I am going to be serious with you – one time only. This isn’t a game, and I am too experienced to play with you.

        you say one more thing to me, or about me, there will be consequences,
        and I will be the one choosing what those consequences will be, and it
        will be at the time of my choosing when they occur as well.

        I don’t
        think you are really considering the extent to which certain people will
        go in order to make things occur when they are motivated. This is a
        promise. I consider this to be a very serious matter, and one that you
        will be expected to feel the weight of, and respond to appropriately.

        are some things about people that you really don’t want to know,
        especially in a personal way. You really should think about this for a
        long time. Don’t confuse my experience with inability, that would be a
        big mistake, a really big mistake, and I really don’t want you to make a
        big mistake.” Bentghazi

        only ally is your anonymity, Devin. I will be investigating you and I
        will find a way to stop this little game you are playing. That is a
        promise, so don’t misinterpret it as a threat, threats are a waste of
        time and I don’t waste my time.” Bentghazi

         “As I have told you before, I don’t waste my time on threats. I take
        action when the situation dictates, I don’t yap about stuff I might or
        might not do.” Bentghazi

        And lets not forget how you and your buddy So There found my deceased
        Grandmothers name and started using it in a sock against me. Your little
        amoral group is comprised of sick obsessed trolls. You are merely the flip side of the coin you profess to hate.

        Bloomberg was a window into what a Romney presidency would be like, two peas in a pod.

        Have a nice afternoon.

        Ps, Now that Beck has relaunched to be a global libertarian news network, are you going to start calling yourselves Libertarians to try and blend back in around here now?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1107835340 Bryan Taylor

    Sounds like bloombutt has been taking too many pain killers. what an arrogant asshole.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Robert-Wayne/615380688 Robert Wayne

    This kind authoritarian behavior will lead law abiding, legitimate people with pain to be criminals. I don’t get this reverse thinking – punish those who obey and abide by the law for those who don’t. How about letting those who don’t abide by the law to continue their destructive patterns until they either a. realize they better stop or b. die. Same principle with gun control, punish law abiding gun holders for criminal action with guns. It is the liberal mindset that looks for any sort of crisis to impose more control. Soon it will be you can only defecate once a day because people addicted to food defecate too much and hurt the environment. Is there anyone with any gonads in NYC to stand up to this BS?

  • Anonymous

    You can bet patients with bone and pancratic cancer will be wishing Bloomersberg a dose of the same. If he had to suffer like that he would demand 2x, 3x, 10x more pain meds. He is the south end of a jackass going north.

  • http://www.speakthewordnow.com Karen Rose

    They are going to control everything………..GET SAVED and trust the LORD

  • Anonymous

    Are you kidding me?  Let the MANY suffer because a few would abuse?  Why don’t the police do their jobs and catch the bad people instead of making others suffer?  I don’t ever even want to VISIT New York at this point and that is sad.  New York has such a rich history dating back to the 1600’s and now this f*&%nut has ruined it for me.  First Amish Mafia, now THIS?  What is this country coming to?

    • Anonymous

      The same thing is happening with the gun issue. Because some people are misusing guns, we all must suffer. They will want to ban all guns eventually.We have to be wise enough to see what they are after. Our freedoms are at risk.

      • BentGhazi

        There is no eventually about it – they want to ban all guns NOW. 
        We cannot allow that to occur. If we do, then we have lost everything that our historical heroes fought and died for.

        • Anonymous

          Then we must all ban together. If this is the choice we are being given, we must fight to the end. Something tells me they know this and are preparing for it.

  • Anonymous

    So folks, if you love these Progressives then be prepared to give up things, its up to you…Many have already left New York, Michigan, and Illinois where they have destroyed societies that used to thrive. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_P4IPMKSPZAEXEC6JXCWLX2OXIE Joe

    I thought the Mayor had a semblance of a brain.  Everyone knows you try to administer pain medication prior to having pain.  If you don’t, and wait longer, the pain medication will be less effective.  This applies to people with chronic pain, ie arthritic pain, pain from cancer.  As far as acute pain, like one encounters in the emergency room setting, no ethical physician or nurse will deny a patient pain medication.  To me this goes against the Hippocratic Oath the all practicing physicians abide by.  To deny medication is barbaric.  To say someone might have to suffer a bit, what century is this moron from the Dark Ages, is he the self appointed 21st Century Grand Inquisitor.  I bet if he was transported via ambulance to the ER with acute abdominal pain he would get his pain medication promptly.  What happens if some comes into the ER with acute chest pain, maybe he is a homeless person.  Are the physicians going to deny someone that might be having and acute MI the necessary morphine to alleviate the pain?  Is he a licensed physician?  Does he know how ER’s work, on a triage basis, worse case taken first.  Who is this guy, the Grand Nanny of NYC.  Get him out of their, New Yorkers are smart folks, how did this idiot pull the wool over their eyes.  To quote a Great Boston Sports Analyst Mike Felger “WHO IS GUY, GET HIM OUT OF HERE”  3 terms as mayor, I thought NYC had mayoral term limits, like  2 terms.  Didn’t Rudy get the NYC boot after 2.  Isn’t this the moron that told the nursing staff in NYC hospitals to limit the formula to new moms and newborns to encourage breast feeding.  Who the hell does he think he is putting his big nose into peoples private business.   The poster child for the NANNY STATE.  Where is this going to end.  We have president say just today,“We have to break the
    habit of negotiating through crisis over and over again”.  What planet are these libitards from.

  • Anonymous

    As long as they can push you and keep taking away your rights, without anyone voting them out, they will continue to do so.

  • Anonymous

    Bloomberg should slap himself on the side of his head and if it’s painful, he should then knock himself out so as to not feel that pain.

  • http://www.facebook.com/bill.brantner.5 Bill Brantner

    Bloomberg  is an absolute IDIOT.  Another FAR LEFT LIBERAL PROGRESSIVE HYPOCRITE!!!!!!!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/connie.owen.92 Connie Owen

    This man is an idiot. I hope he suffers great pain all over his body that no medicine can help.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_REDUNQ7VT5FRVMGT5B3UCDSQBI Rosewood11

    As a person who 

  • Anonymous

    You want to deny me meds you better dam well be able to prove I’m a junkie!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NJS4MEDHYJOUBZWVUXIE4O5FCM sct581

    he is not a dr and has no such authority over peoples medications. if he tries this the people of new york need to bind this pos in barbwire and throw him in the river

  • http://www.facebook.com/lorri.bovey Lorri Morey Bovey

    I will never visit NYC again,What a bunch of idiots,so goes the image of the tough New yorker. now replace that with a pacifier.  Thats their new image.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Stephen-H-Polson/1359382777 Stephen H. Polson

    Is NYC so perfect that he has time to fool with things he is not qualified to do and has no authority?  NO. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Stephen-H-Polson/1359382777 Stephen H. Polson

    Between Obama and Bloomberg why do we even pay attention to the law.  Just do what ever your want.  

  • Anonymous

    New Yorkers elected Bloomberg.  In a democratic republic voters always get exactly what they deserve.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1269520084 Debra Geffe

    when did he get his medical degree?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000482628145 Christopher Odum

    I say shoot Bloomberg at ice flow obstructions through a circus cannon and then we call him Boomberg!

  • Anonymous

    This is not using the rule of law. They haven’t proven that anyone is a drug seeker. They have deemed everyone who uses pain medication as such. You are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty. Where are the civil rights lawyers on this issue? There should be a massive class action law suit directed to Bloomberg for all the pain and suffering he is inflicting on these people. Shame on him.

  • http://twitter.com/CuresCancer Kelley Eidem

    That window air conditioner takes the cake! Are you kidding me!

    He has a mobile window air conditioner to circumvent the law he proposed that bans engine idling?

    I thought I’d seen it all. A f***ing mobile window air conditioner! Pinch me. I must be dreaming. Nobody actually puts a mobile air conditioner up to their car window, right? 

    Does he have a van to carry the mobile unit wherever he goes so his car won’t get hot? You know he does. That burns extra gas.

    He is remarkably insane. 

  • Anonymous

    This is just the tip of the iceberg of bureaucrats dictating your health care choices or lack thereof.  We are in DEEP DEEP trouble.  The tyrants and dictators are tipsy with power now, full blown drunkenness is embedded in Obamacare.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/K7SDK4TH2HBAMQD4MOS32CO4OI Common Sensei

    I’d like to see a ban on progressive Rino’s or  liberal Democrat wanna-be’s.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1435790400 Stephen LoneWolf Cline

    As someone who suffers with chronic pain Bloomberg can kiss my …

  • http://twitter.com/SkyFlyer60 Ken Lane

    I think the addiction problem rest with Bloomberg… he’s a control freak.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Barry-Levy/1091577549 Barry Levy

    you may have to check this out, but I had been informed that a patient in real pain, does not become addicted to pain killers, when properly given, and in doses that do control the pain.

    People become addicted when they use too much, and when it isn’t being used for real pain.

    But where is Bloomberg’s medical license because to intervene with a doctor, may fall into the realm of practicing medicine, which last I looked is a crime, when done by a person that isn’t licensed to do so.

    And it doesn’t matter how rich or what political office the person holds, as he should be held to the same standard as anyone else that looks to practice without a license.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4QTXG3EL4XVCV26VANOTJUZWJY smiley

    BloomChavezBerg, protector of the masses of new York City.  What else ??

  • Elizabeth Bracy

    You know, please pardon my language, I rarely curse, but seriously, F*CK YOU, Mayor Bloomberg.

  • Anonymous

      Why would Stu say that Bloomberg was at one time a Republican.  Doesn’t Stu know that there are progressive Republicans too. 

  • Anonymous

    Drug pushers will have a field day with this. It’s all profit along with the black market cigarettes and everything else.  The Mafia is laughing every time Bloombueg bans something.

  • Anonymous

    Hey Glenn, wouldn’t it be better when describing your new project, that instead of using the word of “creating”, wouldn’t “implementing” be a little more humble?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jason-Young/100000391441118 Jason Young

    As a pain sufferer, and a 100% disabled veteran, I’ve had 4 major surgeries on my spine, 3 major on my abdomen, 2 major operations on my neck, and a host of minor ones all over, and as a result of those surgeries, I am in constant pain, pain that must be controlled, and even with an implant that sends electrical pulses to my spine that are supposed to help control the pain, it does not help all that much, so I repeat that I still must take meds, and that pain can only  be controlled with pain medications as strong as methadone, morphine and oxycodone, or my life would be unbearable.  Even with judicious use of these medications, there are days that I cannot get out of bed because of the pain and the other medical problems that seem to follow me and my life around, so I guess I count myself lucky that I don’t live in NYC, nor do I even have the slightest desire to go there, even as a tourist.

    I lived in Russia for awhile, and I had no idea that the same draconian ideals regarding pain medicine would soon come to America too.  One of the major reasons that many folks in Russia become alcoholics is that Russia so tightly controls the administration of pain medication, that the only folks that can get the stronger meds are those dying of cancer, so those pain patients drink, and BOY DO THEY DRINK!  Alcohol is a poor substitute for any medical application of a pain medication.  By the way, most pain meds are illegal there, but their borders are practically an open gate to the Heroin dealers coming over from Afghanistan. Liberals in every clime and place are hypocrites!

    I can tell you that I don’t really like that stoned feeling.  I don’t even drink alcohol or smoke ANYTHING, so if I were that type of person, yes I would be taking it even if there were no pain, but I can tell you that there really isn’t any pleasure in pain meds when you actually are in pain.  In fact, when I first start any new med,  sometimes they do get me a bit looped, but after taking them for a few weeks, I don’t even feel those effects anymore, and the only thing I do notice is when the meds wear off, and I can’t move my legs because of the pain.  If there were any way to give the Nanny of New York my problems, and let the meds wear off on him just a few times, or to let him go into withdrawals, because the sad truth is that even persons than must take these medications will become dependent upon them, and if you take them as I do, every day, on schedule and without fail,  and it gets cut off for any reason, then I want to know what Nanny Bloomberg’s opinion would be then.  Of course, he is so rich, he can afford his own pharmacy to follow him around 24/7, so why would he care?  Bloomberg could be slamming heroin with an IV for all we know, but he could easily cover it up with his money.  Rich liberals are so funny when it comes to suffering…if they think YOU can handle it, then that is what you get from them, but when it comes to THEIR own pain, then good night nurse, bar the drug store doors, gimme what ya got!  They’re all hypocrites!  Until you walk even fifty feet in my sweaty back brace, you have no idea!  Get stuffed, Bloomberg!

    • kyle h

      All you can do is thank God you don’t have to live in NYC.   I’m suprised the people living in NYC aren’t moving out in droves looking for cities/States where they can be treated like adults and be trusted with liberty to make their own decisions.   I guess they like somebody else telling them what they can/cant do.

      You can’t stop the Bloomburgs of the world when the majority keeps electing them and giving them the mandate to restrict our liberty.    When they majority wants to take what others have earned… and WANTS the Government to legislate how they live…. you get people like Bloomburg with the power to do what he’s doing now in NYC.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jason-Young/100000391441118 Jason Young

        One hell of a good reason to NOT live in NYC!

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jason-Young/100000391441118 Jason Young

        A sad fact is that the majority of people that live in NYC, mostly of the libtard ilk, well, they ARE all children, and it isn’t a surprise that their leaders don’t trust them with the car keys or to feed the dog.  I didn’t really fully trust my kids too, until they proved themselves, and that was usually after their 13th birthday!  Yep…13….that’s about the mental age of the vast majority of those who love the liberal mantra.  Would you trust a NYC liberal with anything?  No wonder Bloomberg is so tight a$$ed!  He deals with liberal children too much, and so much that he’s become one! 

  • http://www.facebook.com/james.lightfoot2 James Lightfoot

    I suffer from a chronic pain disorder associated with my service connected disabilities from the Navy. The VA is worse than Bloomburg for giving out painkillers. As a disabled veteran I can’t get pain medicine at all from the VA. I have to go to a private doctor, be questioned all the time about how I use it and subjected to drug screening. I’m one of those people who just has to suffer because of the fear of painkiller addiction. It is not right to treat everyone as if they are a criminal because some people might be criminals.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jason-Young/100000391441118 Jason Young

      Yes, I have troubles from time to time with the VA too.  In Vegas, the Pain Management Specialist was fairly easy going with the meds, and he gave an amount that actually worked, but the folks in the Boise VA are getting weird about it all, and I’m getting the feeling that they are strting to look at me like I’m a street junkie.  I’ve noticed it’s different in different regions, and in warmer climes, as it seems to be a bit more laxed in places like Vegas , Sacramento or San Diego.  The folks at the Boise VA won’t give me too much because I also have severe sleep apnea that cannot be treated with a mask, so I am not even supposed to take my meds at night, but who’s looking, right?  If I were a horse, they would have blown my brains out years ago!  As you can imagine, my nights are not too restful or relaxing.  In fact, they suck the big green weenie!   Hope you get it all works out.  Been there, done that!

  • Bull57

    They all voted this fool into office so enjoy! I don’t feel sorry for one single bleeding-heart liberals. I hope Bloomberg continues on and on and on. HaHa NY!

  • Anonymous

    Bloomberg for Practicing medicine without a license.

    am serious. A judge ordered a Dr in CA state to cut back on Meds to a

    needed it as he had bone cancer (very painful). So the Dr and his
    attorney went to the

    clerk and filed a case of practicing medicine without a license. 

    Judge had to back off. 



  • Anonymous

    Everything Glenn said shows that 
    1. You know what liberals are up to by what they accuse you of. So he lectured the Past mayor and now he does what he accused the past mayer of. 
    2. Liberals always tell us what we have to do but exempt themselves. 
    3. If we go back to # 1 we know that Blooburg has a drug problem and wants to take it out on everyone else. 
    I just am so sick of Liberals. I wish they would move to Russia or Cuba etc.. 
    I hate to say it but Jessy Ventura decided to move to Mexico. Why. Because no one tells you what you can or can not do there. 

  • landofaahs

    More like Dr. No. 

    • BentGhazi

      Or Doctor Evil.

  • landofaahs

    When you live in liberal NYC, it’s called “collective insanity”. 

  • landofaahs

    God gives them over to a reprobate mind.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jeff-Horton/100000278827311 Jeff Horton

    Why dosen’t anyone say what he is. This sounds so communistic. Why do these lunatics keep electing people like these. It is a let them eat cake situation. Do they have guillotines in New York.   

  • http://suzeraining.wordpress.com/ suz

    the most potent thing i take is advil.  i’m fortunate in that i have no pain just headache every now and then.  however, when i was in the hospital for back surgery many years ago they gave me a morphine drip and it made me so nauseous i thought i was going to vomit and then die.

    i was out of that hospital less than 24 hours of my surgery against my doctor’s orders.  all that crap is poison and should be taken w/that understanding.

    by the way that hospital was st. vincent’s in manhattan which is no longer there because they did not manage it properly.

  • Anonymous

    I hope all of you smug bastards who have applauded Obamas efforts to take away my guns are paying attention. I believe I told one of you a few days ago you would be next. These people will not stop until they have absolute control over every aspect of our lives, Bloomberg pulled off the biggest scam in modern times by running for a third term by simply declaring himself an independent. I thought term limits were for the man not the party… I wonder how close to the next Presidential cycle we will get before Obama cancels it due to some National emergency. He doesn’t give a damn about our personal freedoms so why the hell should he care about any of the rest of the Constitution (which I expect him to attempt to have nullified at a Constitutional convention) can anyone cite just off the top of their heads how many amendments he has already ignored with his executive orders, not to mention the number of times he has illegally bypassed Congress without so much as a whimper from them {at least they had the balls to rescind all of the gratuitous pay raises he illegally handed out… Look out they are coming for you, what will it be… they are already working on freedoms of press, religion, and the rights of gun owners, they own the banks and two thirds of the auto industry (GM’s claims of having paid us back was crap) the only people the financial act helped was the banks (have you looked at the interest rates on some of your major credit cards lately)  next year they will have control of your health care and if you’ve not read the “affordable healthcare act” in it’s entirety by now you really need to get busy and do it…. Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid… Everyone has something they hold dear, and when they come for yours you will wish I still had my guns. We can only arrive at one of two destinations from here. Either the occupy movement will grow so large that we will become an absolute Anarchy or once the Government gets the guns and the rest of your rights they will declare a police state and we’ll be reduced to a third world country where it takes a million dollars to buy a loaf of bread if you can find one, it has happened elsewhere… I can already hear the trolls as they stir about in their mommy’s basement or attic or whatever.. believe it or don’t, scoff if you will but YOUR president is coming for you…

  • Anonymous

    I have been seeing my PCP for numerous illnesses for more than 12 years…10 of which has been for chronic and debilitating OA.
    Last month I saw my PCP for my routine 3 month check and was asked to sign an agreement to only seek pain medication from her and that I can use only one pharmacy to purchase my pain medication or else she has the option to terminate our relationship.
    I was also told that I will need to undergo routine urine tests to establish what types of drugs are in my system.
    These are not her rules but the rules of the University medical center with which she is affiliated .
    And why this change?
    Because of the idiots who abuse pain medication!
    People like me have to ‘SUFFER’  because of their irresponsibility!
    Bloomberg, I never wish ill upon any person but I hope to God that you never have to ‘SUFFER’ the daily pain and fatigue from pain that many of us have to live with on a daily basis.
    You don’t truly know what pain is until you experience it for yourself.
    I hope you don’t have to find out the hard way!

  • BentGhazi

    Note to New Yorkers – You allowed him to be re-elected by negating a term limit ordinance. Now he is a despot, and you have no one to blame for this. There is a solution to your misery; stop re-electing these moronic self serving twits. Next election, do your homework, and vote for the candidates that will interfere with your personal lives the least. This man’s narcissism is a national disgrace and he does not recognize or respect boundaries: his continued meddling in your personal affairs should be an affront to you. Ed Koch never did crap like this guy. You were better off when he was mayor. 

    Next time vote for someone who isn’t a megalomaniac control freak.

  • Anonymous

     I worked in the emergency room for 10 years and have seen many “drug seekers” coming in for pain meds. The doctors and nurses do a pretty good job of determining who is drug seeking and who is really in pain. We don’t need Mayor Bloomberg to start practicing medicine without a license. Let the professionals handle these kinds of situations to the best of their ability.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_X2NAPSXIXUJPOPPGU6CXVFQFLA Snorri Sturluson

    “A Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley with some updates for the 21st century is finally here in NYC and soon to arrive across the country. I cann’t help recalling the Roman Empire as the barbarians from within and without waited for the opportunity to strike decisively. Only today, the American politicians and liberal elites wish to avoid such a fate by redistributing the wealth of others to the wastrels, to the indolent, to the ignorant, to the dissatisfied, to anyone who might or could spoil the specialness of liberals’ lives. But the barbarians are still there, smiling from their berths at the UN, in organized crime, and in the sundry places of religious mayhem. As for pain relief! Most Americans will not be able to handle the pain when the truth of what liberals have done to the Constitution and to the country sets in.

  • Anonymous

    I doubt that Bloomberg and his minions will “suffer” any and the NY’ers will “share” their nanny state Nazi style punishment.  That’s the way the elite act.  Hey!!  Guys.  I say it’s time to put MB out to pasture.

  • Anonymous

    What else do you expect from this idiot multi-millionaire? He’s got all the money he will ever need, lives a life in the clouds and all he wants is POWER to control. How he gets re-elected is beyond comprehension.

  • https://me.yahoo.com/a/jUalphJv3pbzH3WIO8HCnPK1dATRlz3LC.sl#c8fdf Sonny M.

    Bloomberg is a the star Poster Boy for Agenda 21. How does this Slim Ball
    keep getting elected? doesn’t that bother anyone?
    New York doesn’t have a Constitutional Government any more, and where is the State?
    OH! I forgot who the Governor is.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Irina-Krasnyuk/745534442 Irina Krasnyuk

    Well, once in a while nanny knows better.

    • greywolfrs

      Really? Nanny Bloomberg knows better than a doctor, you are an idiot.

  • http://twitter.com/fawnday Dawn Brayton

    With this new law Mayor Bloomberg is trying to pass he has now moved from the merely annoying into something called torture. It’s wondered how many lawsuits he’ll have to deal with if anyone who is epileptic goes sick because being in pain is a trigger point. 

  • Laura

    Bloomingidiotberg needs to be banned and strung up in a tree!

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  • http://twitter.com/lisababy1124 2 Chronicles 7:14

    this man is obamas brother the two of them are one by one taking freedom away and people stay and take it move out of the city show them who the real boss is

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5BNFBGQOGNBYE3LFDM73X7I2AI Joe Shmoe

    I wish Bloomberg was a dehydrated invalid with terminal cancer, and then someone could put a 20oz Coke and a bottle of Oxycontin just out of reach ….

  • greywolfrs

    I am not sure how this is following the Constitution, but then again, I can not see how prohibition is following the Constitution. How and where in the Constitution does it say that one group has the right to dictate what freedoms others have or do not have? Where in the Constitution does it say that the government has the right to limit freedom whenever they see fit? The Constitution was designed to STOP the government from limiting freedom. It’s the reason it is called the Bill of RIGHTS. I simply can not understand why that is such an issue.

    Bloomberg is one of the worst. Where does he get off thinking he has the power to limit what people eat, whether they can leave an idling car, drink a soda, ban guns, ban smoking and now decide who gets a pain killer or not? Talk about a Nazi, this guy is the epitome of a modern day Nazi.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/John-Fiorella/100003503852687 John Fiorella

    If Bloomberg was going through pain he would scream for the pain pills and the poor would have to suffer.

  • crazy betty

    just goes to show, just because you have ALOT of money, does not mean you have any brains.  bloomberg is such an idiot.

  • Anonymous

    Maybe these idiots should be given a real job,cleaning toilets.Then they would know what its like to be a prisoner in America. They hold too much power and have turned American into a dictatorship.

  • Anonymous

    Who voted for that MORON?

  • Anonymous

    I have a bad back, have had it since a skydiving accident in the Army in 1970. One of the first thing one of the Army doctors told me was that I would have pain the rest of my life, get used to living with it, don’t let anyone ever get me on narcs. I have taken that advice, and am glad I have. When I have had to have surgery, I will take narcs the first day or two when the pain is more intense than I can deal with and then I go back to prescription strength motrin. I have seen so many friends over the years get addicted to narcs and eventually their docs will tell them they are going to have to detox to get the narcotic medicine levels down to a safer level and then they go through pain far worse than the original injury they had been treating with the narcs. But that should be a choice between individual patients and his or her doctor. I have had problems in the past with the VA where my primary care doctor kept telling me my back and hips could not be as bad as I was complaining about since I consistently refused narcotic medicine. When she finally ordered x-rays I had not been two hours after the x-rays when she called me and told me, without any apology, I DID have a real problem, I needed major surgery on the lower back and I needed a hip replacement.  I had also at one time kept telling them I thought I was breaking ribs and they kept telling me if I had a broken rib I would know it. For about a year I could not get anyone at the VA to x-ray my ribs, they just would look at prior notes, which said I had a rib cage inflamation, and they would not do anything. Finally a doctor ordered a chest x-ray and told me to wait and bring the films back to her, and you should have seen her eyes getting bigger and bigger as she counted all the unhealed broken ribs. At that time I had 14 yet unhealed broken ribs.  I kept telling them I would cough, I could feel something snap and then I would have horrible pain for 3-4 days (turned out I was allergic to my cats), and I even had one telenurse get so frustrated that she yelled at me to “get over it” that I did not have any broken ribs. That was three or four days before I FINALLY got a chest x-ray. I called them back and ragged them out for the way that she had yelled at me, when I finally got someone to check it out. Then they wanted to load me down with narcs, I had been taking such a toxic dose of motrin and tylenol for the pain that poison control had told me my liver and kidneys should have been destroyed. Luckily they were not damaged.

  • Anonymous

    BTW – I’m having another surgery on my neck two weeks from today for a pinched nerve in my neck that has left me in so much pain I can no longer stand it and has been causing the left arm to atrophy really bad. I still am not taking narcs but will admit I take two 800mg motrin and one 24 ounce can of high gravity beer at bedtime in order to be able to lie down and go to sleep. I’m hoping this surgery will relieve the pain enough I will no longer have to do that. I’d rather drink the high gravity beer with the motrin, which I can refill when I want without having to beg a doctor for a refill, plus kiss a doctor’s ass in order to get refills. I can go to the convenience store when I need a beer refill, get what I want, drink it when and if I want, and do not have to answer to the medical community which I do not trust.

  • Anonymous

    Dear Glenn,
      I live with chronic back pain from degenerative spine disease.  I was told that you don’t become addicted if the pain meds have pain to work on.  It’s when you take it when you’re not in pain that the addiction can happen.  I realize that there are exceptions to every rule, but as you say, we know our own bodies and God knows how to lead our lives if we let him.
    God bless you and your family,
    Lori Bobay

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4HAW7OERGSC7VZM72V7IGDJ3B4 Sharmane

    Why do the people keep voting in the loud mouthed, anti-American Doomberg?  He needs to just shut his yap.  He has zero credibility.  NYC is a hotbed of violent crime, despite it’s draconian and very tough gun laws.  The punks and thugs rule the streets – just like in other cities like Chicago run by leftist/progressive freaks.  People need to start taking back their freedoms and telling these public servants they work for us, not the other way around, and to go pound sand.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Anne-Caluwaert/100000218117532 Anne Caluwaert

    This makes me sick. I have pain killers because I am crippled up with arthritis-badly crippled. I still take a lesser dose because I do not want to get too dfependent. My wish for Nanny is for him to sometime understand what real pain is like.

  • Anonymous

    This would have been a wonderful call had it been made a week before Sept.11 and the Twin Towers attack. Just let them suffer a bit!

  • daisy k

    I am so sick of what america is becoming and we need to vote them out soon, I can’t wait till next election time. Those people in congress just by looking at them, they all look evil.

  • Anonymous

    Bloomberg an idiot.Reid  wine to much  pelosi the wicked witch of the west. 

  • Anonymous

    As a former hospital RN (and as someone who has gone to the ER in emergencies) I can tell you that ER’s don’t dispense narcotics or prescriptions for narcotics willy nilly. Most physicians are very cautious and VERY stingy when it comes to writing scrips for pain medication, and any good MD or RN worth their salt, can tell the difference between an addict scamming for pain meds and a patient who has genuine pain issues.
    This is just another example of big government intruding into and attempting to take control of legitimate businesses, and government intruding into the life of the individual.

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