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Feds 40-Year Study Doesn't Stop Bacteria, or Feds

The lamestream media told you:

http://www.desmoinesregister.com/viewart/20131216/NEWS/312160112/FDA-plans-tougher-rule-antibacterial-soaps

WASHINGTON - After more than 40 years of study, the U.S. government said Monday it has no evidence that the anti-bacterial chemicals used in countless common soaps and washes help prevent the spread of germs, and it is reviewing research suggesting they may pose health risks.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

Only the government (in this case the FDA) could study something for 40 frickin' years before drawing a simple conclusion. At least, taxpayers paid the salaries of these people the entire time, so they had so-called jobs.

Even as a child I learned and understood that the entire planet Earth (proper noun, takes a capital "E") is covered from edge to edge with germs and this is normal and fine.

Living in a sea of germs we develop immunities and this is healthy and good. Any attempt to destroy short-lived fast-breeding germs only kills the weak ones, leaving stronger ones behind to breed, creating new more resistant ones. It's called natural selection, a feature secularists adore so much they see it as a godless way to view humanity itself, where it barely applies at all. The AP report continues:

"The government's preliminary ["preliminary!" 40 years and it's preliminary!] ruling ["ruling"! they learn what everyone knows and they think it's a ruling!] lends new support to outside researchers who have long argued [yeah, like for 40 years] that the chemicals are, at best, ineffective and at worst, a threat to public health [like selective killing of bacteria just directly breeds stronger bacteria, everyone knows that, it's the way life works, moron]."

The rest of the article is so meshugena I can't go on: "The rule does not apply to hand sanitizers, most of which use alcohol rather than anti-bacterial chemicals." [alcohol IS a chemical, it IS anti-bacterial -- it kills bacteria, what does IS mean, have mercy.] Conclusion: you should drink alcohol rather than bathe in it?

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