When ever I'm preparing a salad or making a health shake, all the fat people who every been around me when I'm making a meal of shake always say stuff like "Why do you eat all that healthy stuff?" "You should just eat whatever you want, you only live once." And I usually say something like, "Yeah, exactly, we only live once, that's why I want to live as long as possible." Then they say something like "I don't want to live till I'm 100 years old, who would who want to do that anyways?" Then I realized something. If those people didn't care that much about their health, then why when they get a heart attack, all of the sudden, they are pleading to god and asking if they can live? What happen to all that "Just eat whatever you want, you only live once" crap? Now you would think, what wrong with eating a ton a crappy food? The person is only hurting themselves right? Well, the problem is that those people end up getting on a ton of prescription medication to treat their high blood pressure and diabetes and raises the national health care debt. This hurts everyone in USA. Rising obesity will cost U.S. health care $344 billion a year - USATODAY.com "If Americans continue to pack on pounds, obesity will cost the USA about $344 billion in medical-related expenses by 2018, eating up about 21% of health-care spending, says the first analysis to estimate the future medical costs of excess weight. Extra weight increases the risk of diabetes, heart disease and many types of cancer." So, I was wondering, what if we actually let those people who say "fuck it, we only live once" die when they are suffering from their own self caused illness? Would it make people actually think twice about what they put in their mouth's? Or would their just be dead fat people all over the USA? My guess is that their would be dead fat people all over the USA. This is my Ron Paul "Let them die" side of my thinking [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrQHcMucLVU]Republicans Tell Wolf Blitzer If Someone Does Not Buy Insurance Let Them Die - YouTube[/ame] I admit, this is some cold-hearted thinking.