"Looking for new ways to trim the fat and boost workers' health, some employers are starting to make overweight employees pay if they don't slim down...
"'It's reprehensible to punish and emasculate someone for having a disease like obesity,' said Walter Lindstrom, director of the Obesity Law and Advocacy Center in Chula Vista. "'Anyone who penalizes workers for being overweight should brace themselves for a backlash.'"
It is reprehensible for fat people to siphon resources from the rest of us, Walter. And emasculate? Don't worry. Who could tell anyway with your bellies hanging over your...
BTW, Walter, fat is not just for men anymore. It is the 21st century. There are two genders, Walter, you male chauvinist pig.
"Lewis Maltby, president of the National Workrights Institute, a Princeton, N.J.-based employee rights group, called the trend 'a very dangerous road that could lead to employers controlling everything we do in our private lives.'"
No control here, Lewis. Eat all you want, just don't expect the rest of us to subsidize you. BTW, being fat is a "very dangerous road" to travel, if you are not too fat to travel, that is.
"'To penalize for things that are beyond some people's control is just wrong,' he said. 'Some people are fat because that's how God made them.'"Fat-headed theology. Leave God out of it. Overeating made them fat.