William, 1/31/2012 - 5:02pm "I would want "to ensure that Oklahomans have the right to enjoy "FOOD" responsibly without harming themselves or others, while at the same time allowing a business friendly environment,"... Approx 8 TIMES more Oklahomans kill themselves because of poor eating habbits and addictions/disorders than drinking related ones. But we don't ban and restrict food sales like we do alchohol. Its been shown that if you drink alchohol in moderation you will likely live a longer healthier life than those who do not drink at all, or who drink too much. I think our problems in Oklahoma with both food and alchohol are social and cultural. It's our cultural and societal thoughts, habits, and attitudes towards both that lead us to have some of the worst health outcomes in the US and the "civilized" world. Work to change those things for the better and you will achieve much more than trying to restrict or ban alchohol with laws. This would seem to be a no brainer in a conservative state that is against the government intruding into our lives, thinking it knows better, governing our choices, the "nanny state", etc. Let the competent and able individual choose and the free markets work."
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