markcoatney:

Yeah, and so did Philip Morris, Countrywide Financial, etc. I don’t have a dog in this fight, but it’s nonsensical to argue that “we’re simply giving the customer what he wants” is an airtight defense. 

We trust our customers to make the choices that WE GIVE THEM isn’t the same as making choices that are best for them. (And maybe people who choose what’s best for them aren’t McDonald’s customers?)

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