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KissMeFinnNelson<3 1 child; 2 angel babies; Glasgow, Scotland, UK, United Kingdom 5406 posts
20th Mar '13

Sounds a bit ridiculous, well completely actually. BMI doesn't take into account muscle at all, that is one of the major problems with it. Also things such as BP can be caused by a number of issues...... It's just stupid.

The Doctor 2 kids; Whiskey d**k Mountain, WA, United States 59994 posts
20th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Man. Bear. Pig.:</b>" Meh, was just a thought. LEAVE ME ALONE! Seriously though, I mean, what if a person was overweight and ... [snip!] ... just want to weed people out to avoid high costs of health care. Not that it matters since Obamacare is coming anyways. :p"</blockquote>



Haha, I just hate insurance companies, so I'm being pessimistic. Hahaha

user banned 1 child; Nunya, CA, United States 6369 posts
20th Mar '13

Welcome to socialism. Government tells you how to live your life and penalizes you if you don't comply.



Awesome.

Fatty McRunnerPants 2 kids; 4 angel babies; Clearlake, California 59390 posts
20th Mar '13

I don't think it's unreasonable to penalize someone if they are not actively engaging in their employer's wellness programs. However I do think it's unreasonable to penalize them for their body not responding to such programs. For example, I am obese by my BMI. I run regularly, eat healthy, and participate in various fitness events. I'm doing everything I can to be fit. I shouldn't be penalized because my body is stubborn.