People have shown they haven’t got the skills to make the right health choices America is number two in world obesity. This statistic doesn’t surprise many people, yet they still do nothing in its power to change it. Even when the U.S. government tries anything, the people, being ignorant, tell the very government that is helping them to back off and stop “taking away their freedom.” By making laws against fat foods, the government will create a better image for the United States and also keep obese people healthy. Not everything is about us. Sometimes, we tend to think that we should be in the center of our lives, and our every action should be to make this possible. We don’t look around and see people who are suffering through obesity. We only look out for what we want and what is best for us and us alone. We see an obese person, and we just scoot a bit away from them, sometimes feeling bad, but other times feeling disgusted. We should strive to keep not only ourselves healthy, but also our neighbor. Most of us skinny people have never experienced being obese in our lives. Never have we ever been rejected by people by the number that shows up in our weighing machine. We have never walked around and been tired by the time we get to the next block. Never have we ever wanted to cry every timewe saw ourselves in the mirror. This is the sort of pain that some obese people in America go through.
New York City’s mayor, Michael Bloomberg proposes to cut down on the sales of large soda items at restaurants, movie theatres and by street vendors in an attempt to