OK, here we go folks. Sooner or later I knew this would happen. It started with smoking and now possibly what we eat. "Researchers said a fat tax could drop obesity rates by 3.5 percent and prevent 2,700 heart-related deaths a year. The study also urged subsidies for healthier foods and veggies to make them more affordable. Dr. Eric Wright heads the Department of Public Health at the Indiana University School of Medicine and said the fat tax falls right in line with other consumer products." http://www.theindychannel.com/health/31079697/detail.html So, should there be a tax on "fatty" or "unhealthy" foods? Time to stir the pot again.