Everything these two touch turns to c:rap.
August 27, 2013
Students in a rural Kentucky county — and their parents — are the latest to join a growing national chorus of scorn for the healthy school lunches touted by first lady Michelle Obama.
“They say it tastes like vomit,” said Harlan County Public Schools board member Myra Mosley at a contentious board meeting last week, reports The Harlan Daily Enterprise.
The growing body of USDA meal regulations implemented by the Department of Agriculture under the “Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010″ has long been a signature issue for the first lady.
Denizens of Harlan County don’t much care, though. Their primary concern at the board meeting was a bevy of complaints that local children are starving at lunch — and for the remainder of the school day — because the food on offer in the cafeteria is #$%$ and there isn’t nearly enough of it.
“Kids can’t learn when they’re hungry!” parents shouted to the board, according to the Enterprise.
Other gripes involved the new bread, which students don’t want to eat because it’s brown wheat bread, and the new milk, which is skim or one percent fat, not two percent or whole. The cafeteria’s chocolate- and strawberry-flavored milk offerings are now nonfat.
Jack Miniard, the school district’s director of school and community nutrition, was on hand to explain that the federal government now governs both food choices and portion sizes in most American school districts including Harlan County.
Across the country, students and parents have expressed dissatisfaction with the federal government’s new food regime.
Kids know all about healthy food. In fact, I believe they should be put in charge of designing our diets.
Here's their food pyramid..........
3) Hot dogs
6) Pop Tarts
7) Canned whipped cream
9) Potato Chips
Slavery is not dead. Slavery is when the individuals are restricted by rules and regulations. When you think about all of the rules and regulations the gov't has passed since Martin L. Kings famous speech "I have a dream" we are now almost total slaves to the U. S. gov't.
There are so many rules and regulations passed by the gov't at this time I'll bet it is illegal some where to burp out side of your home. If this isn't slavery, I don't know what it is.
Think about it.
90% don't care. They just want to get a paycheck, have heat, eat and watch TV. When us lemmings have pack seven billion on the planet, rules are necessary to keep everybody in their cubicles.
aint that the truth, we should be able to drive as fast as we want to--anywhere, food producers should be able to sell anything they want to on the open market, don't fret about bacterial outbreaks, power companies should be able to burn coal without any restrictions--just like the 1960s, schools ??? shut them all down, chemical companies should be allowed to dump anything they want, anywhere they want, you cons are way ahead of the game.
The Big Mac lines are just as long in California and New York. This issue is about poverty and culture. Snippy liberals paying too much for range chicken don't have a clue.