Nanny Bloomberg says ‘just buy two 16 ounce sodas,’ is schooled yet again

Nanny Bloomberg says ‘just buy two 16 ounce sodas,’ is schooled yet again!/MikeBloomberg/status/209702352456925184

Uh. Evidently, being a Smarter Than You ™, freedom-infringing nanny is not too much of an inconvenience for him. However, actually being smart apparently is.

Hey, @mikebloomberg, if people actually do buy two 16-oz sodas, THEY WILL GET EVEN FATTER

— David Freddoso (@freddoso) June 4, 2012

Dear, @MikeBloomberg. This is the most pathetic tweet I have seen in a long time.

— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) June 4, 2012

I'll make @MikeBloomberg a deal: I will only drink 16 oz sodas, if he promises to resign and never run for office again.

— AG (@AG_Conservative) June 4, 2012

For @mikebloomberg, two words: "FREE REFILLS"

— David Freddoso (@freddoso) June 4, 2012

We guess he is getting fierce push-back on his ridiculous proposed soda ban. Even McDonald’s weighed in on that. Because that absurd “stop being so inconvenienced by buying two sodas, freedom bitter clingers” tweet was a follow-up to this equally nonsensical, yet loathsome, tweet by Nanny Bloomberg.

The facts tell us if people are served smaller portions of sugary drinks, they will consume less & be healthier:

— Mike Bloomberg (@MikeBloomberg) June 4, 2012

The facts tell us that you are an idjit. Why don’t you worry about that rather than feeling as if you are so smarty pants that you have the right to try to save people from themselves? How about a little more saving yourself from your own stupidity?

Twitter once again hands out an awesome teachable moment.

.@MikeBloomberg Is leaving office after 2 terms as the City Charter required too much of an inconvenience?

— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) June 4, 2012

.@MikeBloomberg Hey genius, if people buy 2 sodas to circumvent the ban & you acknowledge they will, WHAT IS THE POINT?!?!

— Morgan Grace (@veracity81) June 4, 2012

Congratulations, @MikeBloomberg — you have measurably contributed to the stupidity and brazen dishonesty of the national discourse.

— Popehat (@Popehat) June 4, 2012

@MikeBloomberg the facts tell us that ppl who want to over-indulge will do it anyway. Solution is personal responsibility not gov't tyranny.

— Zilla Stevenson (@ZillaStevenson) June 4, 2012

@MikeBloomberg Your ban on big sodas is a clever scam to double tax people who'll have to buy 2 smalls instead of 1 big. 2x deposit fee too.

— Zilla Stevenson (@ZillaStevenson) June 4, 2012

Hi @MikeBloomberg! Love your tie! By the way, here's a quick pro tip: Your tweets would read a lot better in the original Lenin.

— KingShamusé (@KingShamus) June 4, 2012

@MikeBloomberg why not target beer drinkers at bars?

— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) June 4, 2012

Seriously? RT @MikeBloomberg: Is purchasing two 16 oz sodas too much of an inconvenience to help reverse a national health catastrophe?

— Philip Klein (@philipaklein) June 4, 2012

What business is that of yours? RT @MikeBloomberg: Is purchasing two 16 oz sodas too much of an inconvenience…?

— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) June 4, 2012

Thanks @MikeBloomberg , for thinking for the unwashed masses. And thanks for bypassing term limits. YOU count, not the will of the people.

— Jim Norton (@JimNorton) June 1, 2012

.@MikeBloomberg is the stereotypical politician who thinks people are too stupid to make their own choices.Movies make fun of guys like him.

— Shane Dale (@arizonashane) June 4, 2012

Reading some of @MikeBloomberg's Tweets RE: his reasoning for the sugary drink ban in NYC. It would be comical if he wasn't 100% serious.

— Shane Dale (@arizonashane) June 4, 2012

.@MikeBloomberg It's not about soda. It's about your loathsome notion that the citizens of NYC are your children.

— andy levy (@andylevy) June 4, 2012

Bingo. Andy Levy for the win.

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