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Republicans Move to Toss Out Michelle Obama’s Skimpy School Lunch Menu

rwright Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 3:03 AM
Do you want every American to look like a fat pig? Many do now!! Too many! Children have type 2 diabetes today--20 years ago they did not. Wake up before it's too late.
Stormi123 Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 10:53 PM
Looking like a fat pig? "Why, yes," she said with a sneer only slightly smaller than Obama's, "we must surely demand that the government provide our school children with movie-star bodies." How shallow is that?
The diabetes is a legitimate concern, but if it is caused by school lunches, then perhaps men ought to be paid a family wage so that the moms can quit their jobs and homeschool. That will also solve the bullying, the peer pressure, and most of the transportaion problems.
dconnelly Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 12:56 PM
It's not the food... it's the lack of exercise. I would much rather see school last another hour and allow grade school children recess and a lunch hour that allows them to go outside (or to a gym in bad weather) and play. For all of the latchkey kids, keep them after school to play for awhile as well. Keep them away from the video games and let them run.
topknot Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 12:12 PM
rwright just eat the sh-- you want and leave the reat alone you are not their parents get a life.
Magna Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 10:47 AM
No wonder we have so many eating disorders -let us not add to them by restricting children from eating -this is insanity- Michelle Obama does not know what she is doing -there are other ways -and this is not it!
Dbeaux2 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 5:20 AM
When you allow me to decide what you eat, then we can discuss how to control what someone else eats. Moron.

Congressional Republicans are taking action against Michelle Obama’s school lunch menu, which was implemented by the USDA in August.

The modifications to the standards have left students hungry and dissatisfied with their lunch options, according to reports conducted throughout the nation. EAGnews.org has reported about students protesting, a cafeteria employee saying she and her colleagues are barred from serving seconds and forced to throw away extra food, and the National Education Association stating schools should use tactics to “creatively engage and educate students” on the new requirements.