“…in order to see what’s in it….”
Here’s another of those tidbits that’s in it that Pelosi and her gang chose not to know about before passing Obamacare:
Tucked deep in the Affordable Care Act is language requiring all restaurants with at least 20 locations to list nutritional information alongside each and every item on their menu.
Sit-down restaurant chains, with their menus now required to be cluttered with “nutrition” information instead of letting their patrons see a readable menu—because Big Government knows better—are also faced, unfortunately, with a rapid-fire alteration of their menus as this “nutrition” information gets frequently “updated:” recall how rapidly the USDA’s food pyramid has been changing over the last several years.
Those places have it easy, though. Consider the walk-/drive-in places, like hamburger joints and pizza houses, where the customer gets to mix and match from among “each and every item” to form a custom meal to buy. As Peter Doocy put it at the above link:
Take Domino’s. There are 34 million different pizza combinations available at the chain, when all crusts and cheeses and toppings are factored in.
Now imagine walking into a Domino’s and navigating a menu board with 34 million different options on it.
And in Domino’s case (and most pizza houses, come to that),
90% of their business comes in over the phone or online. And none of those people ever set foot in the store, where the menu board would be.
Think about the advertising brochures Domino’s might have to send out to potential callers that included this information. Think about how many pages on their Web site would be needed to carry this information.
Think about an utterly mendacious law that needs to be repealed, even if its replacement is the status quo ante.