Comment: No, the Constitution does not

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No, the Constitution does not

No, the Constitution does not grant the government the power to regulate what people put into their bodies. I'm sorry for the slow responses, Im wearing my crown today and getting things done in between. Calling me a public servant is a compliment and I'm glad for you to feel awesome about it. I pride myself in recognizing that fact in my day to day interaction with people and often times will ask that people who feel compelled to "bow down" to me, to not do that and realize I really do work for them. Ive always felt embarrassed when someone calls me Sir or wants to offer me free coffee (which I politely refuse) or when they say "they dont pay us enough" or when they say "I couldnt do your job" etc etc.