Here's my latest WND column called Nutrition Nazis.
If you read the comments which follow, it appears I annoyed more than a few people. (There was a typo in the original title which has since been corrected -- you'll see references in the comments).
Since sending in the column on Friday, there have been more Nutrition Nazis at work, notably this article.
This example, as my husband noted, is ugly. "They tell you the bag lunch isn't good enough," he noted. "They make your kids eat their slop and then send you a bill." Yep, Nutrition Nazis.
And to those who object to the use of the term "Nazi" in this context, here's a brief history lesson: the Nazis didn't just start out killing millions of people. Of course not. They'd have been stopped the moment they started. Instead, they first had to condition the Germans and Austrians that they were the good guys, doing their best to help the average man by putting the blame where it deserved to be put. Only when they had all the people seduced into agreeing with their sick twisted logic did the atrocities occur.
I can see a lot of parallels, but hey, maybe it's just me.