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It is immoral and unethical to administar a drug without informed consent . The only exception would be when it's a life or death situation and the "patient" is incapacitated, then the medical proffesional must make the decision. This is clearly not the case with fluoridation. We are being dosed without consent , a clear violation of our rights.The dogmatic view, that fluoridation is safe and good for you, which Tom endorses should not stand, considering the vast body of evidence to the contrary.The implication that everyone who is against fluoridation is a crackpot,or conspiracy theorist is just an easy way for fluoridation proponents to dismiss the other sides points without having to debate the science. If you have a valid argument you have no need to attempt to denegrate your adversary with name calling or snide personal remarks. Let the science speak for itself and leave the chiding on the school grounds.
April 14, 2011 at 5:19 p.m.
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