Do you recall my favorite quote from the film The Conspiracy?
"It made me distrust the language."
That was in reference to the study of the law. It came on the heals of a discussion concerning the "evacuation" of Jews, such being an euphemism for gassing and incinerating them at the efficient rate of 2,500 per hour (60,000 per day).
The Wannsee Conference was primarily an affair designed to secure allegiance and accord for the extermination of Jews from key figures in the German government. The method by which this was accomplished was appeal after appeal to legal principles.
With that in mind, stuff like this doesn’t sound too-far-fetched at all.
"It’s hard for a parent to compete with so many ads making junk food
fun and cool," Sherri Carlson, a mother of three who would be a
plaintiff in a lawsuit, told reporters. "Although I have a strict
policy against junk cereals in my house … this doesn’t stop my
children from asking me for them, especially after seeing enticing ads."
Yep. You can now sue because your kids ask you to buy them something, and get the pimps and whores in the media to swoon over you like some strung-out hooker in the Tenderloin offering tricks for a tenner.
(link: Hit & Run)