Wouldn’t this “toxic” Mountain Dew syrup have eventually ended up in the public sewers anyway?

I just found out that last month in Howell, Michigan, at a Pepsi bottling plant, 7,200 gallons of concentrated Mountain Dew syrup was spilled. The relevant people successfully prevented this “toxic” substance from entering the public sewer system.

But let’s say that the spill had not occurred, and the “toxic” syrup had been used for its intended purpose.

Then wouldn’t this “toxic” syrup have eventually ended up in the public sewer system anyway?

 

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April 10, 2017. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , . Environmentalism, Food. Leave a comment.

Obama wants to raise taxes so the government can continue buying soda for $3.40 per can

We all know that President Obama wants to raise taxes. During his presidency, the federal government has been purchasing soda for a cost of $3.40 per can. Obama has not expressed any desire to switch to a cheaper seller, such as Costco, amazon.com, or Wal-Mart – or to an even still cheaper seller such as a wholesaler. Instead, Obama continues to force taxpayers to pay these outrageous prices for soda. I wonder whom the government is buying this ridiculously overpriced soda from.

August 4, 2012. Tags: , , , , , , . Barack Obama, Government waste, Politics. Leave a comment.