Monday, 19 January 2009

£700 000 to teach us how to brush our teeth !!







These people are having a bit of a giggle at our expense again.

Do they not know there is a war on !, sorry recession

6 comments:

The Screech said...

so wrong, the responsibility starts and stops with the parents from the time the baby has its first few milk teeth. It's just one more way of pissing taxpayers money up against the wall.

Daisy said...

actually they are aware of the poison in fluoride and how it affects children now and would like to maintain that control...how else can they do it other than sporting under a cute little "brush your teeth" display...

Cato said...

I can see both sides of the argument here. On the one hand, some of the kids come from homes where the parents wouldn't know a toothbrush if it got up and bit them. It can surely do no harm to educate the children.

On the other hand I can see the dead hand of nanny state looming large.

I suppose, on balance, that prevention is better than cure. And bearing in mind what the Dear Leader is pissing up the wall then 'it don't, as they say, amount to a hill of beans'.

Anonymous said...

I suppose the average taxpayer pays about 10k per year so it would have taken 70 of us to fund this. Or they could have employed a few NHS dentists instead. No brainstorminng sessions in swanky restaurants in that though.

700k is peanuts to what the government must be spending with the commercial radio stations. There is a non stop barrage of government bullshit 24 hours a day which must be costing millions. Watch for a few commercial stations going bankrupt when the money runs out.

Anonymous said...

Charge the parents of the decaying teech children with neglect and throw them in jail too.....that would be in line with Brownie Bear's policies.

it's either banned or compulsory said...

All you nasty people who hate poor kiddies and want them to grow up with bad teeth should hang your heads in shame.

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