Glenn installs soda fountain in studio after judge overturns Bloomberg’s ban

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The headline pretty much says it all. After news broke that Bloomberg’s progressive soda ban was overturned by a New York judge, Glenn went out and bought a soda fountain for the studio in Texas so everyone could have as much sugary deliciousness as they wanted – not what Nanny Bloomberg told them was OK.

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    To Mayor Bloomberg, I intend to enjoy every one of my soda’s today I desire and will gloat at the furious display of arrogance you will unleash day upon day as you understand: you are not a king, just a tin-plated dictator like Chavez who is at room-temperature.

    • J.w. Appling

       He’s not even that he’s a pretentious rich guy who thinks his money can impose his will on others. He’s Eric Cartman with a big wallet.

    • Anonymous

        working on the laptop for a few hours. Read more here

    • Matt Driscoll

      Every one of your sodas? So you drink multiple sodas a day? Oh geez. I already have you pegged for a cripple and a shut in and now I have to add obese to the list. Geez man. No wonder you are so angry. No wonder you are so brushed up on your 18th century fire and brimstone rhetoric. You are super lonely with way too much time on your hands. You really need a hug.

  • Sam Fisher

    You should make a giant one and name it after Bloomberg. 

  • Anonymous

    Clearly a gay man picked it out. 

    I expected it to be in the shape of an eagle, or a gun, or a pickup truck…something more “real American.”
    Instead it looks like something taken from Liberaces estate. 

    Does it play “It’s Raining Men” as it dispenses the drink? 

    • greywolfrs

      You should look up Psychological Projection or Freudian Projection, as it is sometimes referred, then look in a mirror.

      • Anonymous

        Oh, I already know I’m a morally bankrupt sodomite. No introspection or research needed in that matter. 

        • greywolfrs

          Well, if you already know that, the question is what are you going to do about it? My suggestion, get your whole head in front of the shotgun.

          • Anonymous

            Oh, you’re talking dirty to me already…
            I like it! 
            Put your “shotgun” closer, studpuppy…

    • Anonymous

      ed:  I’m a woman and I LOVE it!!   And if “it’s raining men”, that’s even better!!

  • Denise Bertacchi

    Sorry Glenn, that’s not a soda fountain. That’s a chocolate fountain. Or maybe a champagne fountain. Just go get Coke Freestyle and put THAT in the studio.

  • Ricky Knue

    We need a President

    • Anonymous

      Let’s ship ours to Venezuela. They just lost their Dick-Tater!

  • Dave in LA

    King Bloomberg was over-reaching his authority.  Bloombutt is a jerk for thinking he could tell people how much soda they could drink.  This is Not the USSA, , , ,yet.

  • Anonymous

    This is why I Love You, Glenn!!!:)

  • Anonymous

    This a(bleep)sshole Bloomberg says we can’t have pop, yet the same pricks put fluoride in the water.  

  • Anonymous

    Glenn, I admire and respect you but give me a break.  Sugar feeds
    disease.  Why add to it.

  • dennis reilly

    I never, and I do mean never, want to look like Bloomberg

  • Anonymous

    It’s truly great we can order whatever size soda we want.  Can I get a 32 oz Diet Coke too?

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Good segment. Informative, humorous, and in good taste (pun).

  • Reva Wheeler

    OK Glenn, I agree the government has no right to control our sugar intake, but if the court said you could jump into the grand Canyon without a parachute would you do it? You sort of make their point when you go beyond good sense. Sugar IS poison, you know. Guzzling a large amount to spite the government may feel good, but still doesn’t make it smart for your health. Think about the example you’re setting for the kids, at least. Please.

    • greywolfrs

      Sugar is NOT poison, that is a lie. It may not be “good” for you, but it is NOT poison. The example being set for children is that FREEDOM is more important than the nanny state, which is a MUCH better message.

      • Anonymous

        Damn Skippy! The nanny state is the real poison.

    • Anonymous

       its a reaction similar to how studies have shown that telling people not to be racist or that they shouldn’t be racist just makes them more racist.

  • Anonymous

    LOVE the soda fountain; it’s gorgeous!!  Want one!!

  • Take 2

    sugar mm mmm mm hum mmm honey honey you are my sugar girl
    and I am WANTING you.

    BIG Gulps all around.  

  • knit_man

    Bloomberg’s idiocy: I guess he thinks people will be unable to refill their [largest “legal” size] cup as many times as they choose?

  • Elizabeth Bracy

    I drink soda maybe once a month. When I have a soda, I usually can’t drink more than 8oz at a time. I don’t live in NYC. But I’m jumping for joy that this judge actually sided with LIBERTY. Imagine that?

  • Jayne Nielsen

    Unfortunately I gave up sodas in 2007 but not due to any radical, loony reason.  It was just one more thing I chose not to consume anymore because I didn’t see the health benefits.  However, if I were still consuming sweetened carbonated beverages I would install my own soda fountain!

    What a slap in the face for Mayor Loonberg!!!!  And just out of curiosity, I wonder how much soda the Obamas consume on a daily basis?  Looking at Michelle it doesn’t appear she’s given up much sugar-laden sodas lately. 

  • americanathlete

    My wife told me I drink too much so I installed a beer fountain in my

  • dave m

    Doomberg is doing this for his children & grandchildren  to save their
    lives, as if the billions he has to leave them would not be enough.

  • Anonymous

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