Nu Vil Big Mother Også Styre Dit RøDvinsforbrug

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2. Simon Emil Ammitzbøll og Merete Riisager: Nu vil Big Mother også styre dit rødvinsforbrug

Vi kan vel alle være enige i, at man gerne vil have lov til at træffe sine egne valg og beslutninger. Men er disse valg altid de bedste for os, eller skal det offentlige være med til at bestemme, hvornår vi drikker, ryger og spiser for usundt? Børn der mistrives i hjemmet skal selvfølgelig have hjælp af pædagoger, lærere og det offentlige i det hele taget. Det kan man ikke være uenig i. Men, hvor meget skal det offentlige blande sig? Skal individet have lov til at træffe sine egne valg, selvom de kan være sundhedsskadelige eller skal det offentlige gribe ind? Er trivsel og sundhed nødvendigvis det samme?
I artiklen ”Nu vil Big Mother også styre dit rødvinsforbrug” fra Politiken den 24. november 2012 har er Simon Emil Ammitzbøll (f. 1977) og Merete Riisager (f. 1976) taget stilling til netop dette emne. Ammitzbøll og Riisager er begge folketingsmedlemmer for Liberal Alliance. I artiklen kommer de med deres subjektive holdning til individets og det offentliges ansvar. Der fokuseres primært på, at det offentlige bestemmer mere over individet end det burde have lov til. De pointerer at Københavns Kommune har sat plakater op på Østerbrogade ledsaget af teksten ”Mindre vin - mere mor” og ”Min mor og far drikker en flaske vin her aften. Er det for meget?” og så med et telefonnummer, man anonymt kan ringe til. Derudover er plakaterne et led i en offentlig betalt kampagne, som indebærer, at pædagoger og lærer skal hive fat i forældre, der mistænkes for at drikke for meget. Ifølge Ammitzbøll og Riisager, er det den forkerte kampagne der er sat i gang. De mener, at der burde være retten en kampagne mod det røde politiske flertal i kommunen, og så skal den hedde ”Mindre Kommune - mere mor”.
At Kommunen har lov at bestemme for meget over, hvordan individet skal leve sit liv,…...

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