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Fjolsvin Midgard
07/09/13 8:26 am

If it were free there would be no incentive to produce the product. Therefore the product would not exist.

Mooo42Q Thats Nucking Futs
07/09/13 8:42 am

No but it should never be 5$

bballard92 taste the rainbow
07/09/13 11:20 am

Bottled water, no. Tap water..I think that's a totally different arena. I don't think necessities to human life should be limited by your income. Same for food costs.

07/09/13 9:52 am

Dont places have to have water accessible to the public?

Fjolsvin Midgard
07/09/13 9:54 am

So what you are saying is that at a price point of $5 you are not willing to buy it and are below the demand curve at this point.

TalkPolitics Chevy Chase, MD
07/09/13 9:08 am

It's a political topic. Should something as natural and vital to survival be taken advantaged of and converted into a commodity?

Wert A picture of my junk
07/09/13 8:41 am

Why would it be free???

DavesNotHere where am I
07/09/13 2:42 pm

No, but bottled beer should be:)

RyanOH Ohio
07/09/13 4:40 pm

One reason people have more teeth problems now is that people no longer drink tap water which has fluoride added to it. If people want the convenience and taste of bottled water they should pay for it.

Fjolsvin Midgard
07/09/13 9:19 am

It should and will be priced at the point the market will bear just like any other elastic good.

comppete Las Vegas
07/09/13 2:32 pm

No, if you want the exact same thing free, use your tap. That is where most bottled water comes from.

BeachSt Coastal Virginia
07/09/13 11:59 am

The privatization of water in the world is sickening and appalling.

jms in the middle of Nowhere
07/09/13 8:27 am

We pay for water out of the faucet in one way or another so why not bottled water? Plus the bottle itself.