‘Screw you Michelle Obama’; School students still unhappy with healthy ‘poopy’ lunches

Kids these days. You just can’t please them. Take First Lady Michelle Obama’s attempts to impose North Korean work camp meal standards at our schools. Don’t the kids realize it’s for their own good and that the government knows better than they do?

Wow, when you lose the lunch ladies, well … you’ve lost the lunch ladies.

  • http://www.scott-simon.com/ Scott Simon STL

    This is freakin’ hilarious ’cause it means these kids are being steered early to be Republicans. Thanks Michelle Obama!

    • Luke

      I certainly hope not. I hope they are being steered to realize that neither party of government represents the will of the people. But anything’s better than a Democrat i guess.

    • unknown

      Unfortunately, all they need is free birth control when they are older and they’ll fall right back in line.

      • allison

        which is available at age 11 thanks to the “affordable care act.”

      • allison

        which is available at age 11 thanks to the “affordable care act.”

    • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

      “An Army travels on it’s stomach”
      The Fascist’s hope of increasing their cadre, is being damped by their zeal for control. These future voter will be forever swayed by the ” these are the people that made you go hungry at school” argument.

    • Elaine

      Sounds to me like she is creating a generation of kids who will grow up with eating disorders.

  • Jason

    Strangely enough, there are students who still love her, even though she’s putting them through lunch hell.

    Idiots.

    • Chevypowered

      Future abused spouses in training. I love you even though you shove me down the stairs.

    • disneydip

      Name one. Her own kids don’t count.

  • GlockG22shoots40s

    Oh I love you, even though you ruined my lunch… my question is what is to love about her? She poops on your plate for lunch and does what to get your love? WHY?? Liberalism is strong with you my friend… wake UP.

  • notenoughtime

    The price of our school lunch has increased and our son who also is an athlete said that the food portions and choices are small and limited. Along with spending the daily fee for lunch, we pack another lunch for him to eat before practice. Once again, an O mandate is hitting us in our pockets!

    • Diamond_Jim

      The same as every other Democrat “ideal”. Pay more for less, with the govt stealing the difference. Exhibit A: Obamacare.

    • JettieG

      Likely cheaper to make all of his lunches. If the schools had microwaves, the kids can heat them. I made all my school lunches and took my lunch to work because I liked my food better. What’s the big deal with making kids fix their own lunches? It takes all of five minutes, is likely healthier and cheaper.

  • radicallyalyssa

    Speaking from experience, it’s not the unhealthy/healthy lunches at school that cause obesity. It’s the lifestyle that the child chooses that causes obesity. In ninth grade, I packed lunches, was VERY active, but was still over 200 lbs. I ate too much junk good at HOME, which my parents didn’t let me eat, so I had to sneak it.

    Taking a leaf out of the liberal book, I take full responsibility for my weight problems. LOL JK they have no accountability!

    • TsT

      don’t you dare say that to any Liberals . They go crazy with personal responsibility , owning up to a fact of life is a killer for them in Paradise !!

  • Magnifico

    Whatever. I don’t think I should have to pay school taxes for your annoying brats anyway, so if all they get is an airline bag of peanuts it’s too much.

    • TsT

      i paid . you should too !!

      • Magnifico

        ….like I have a choice.

        I don’t understand the concept of me having to pay for YOUR kids’ education.

        • Average Joe

          Did you go to private school?

          • Magnifico

            Yes, private schools and government schools.

          • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

            “A public school is just a private school that can use the government to steal your house if you don’t pay for someone else’s tuition.”
            One of you folks out there made this statement. Let me know who it was so I may attribute them.

  • gman213

    Typical liberal nanny state thinking…Michelle knows better than everyone else, including parents. So now the kids are starving when they get home and cram their pie holes full of junk food to compensate. Hey Moooochelle…back the hell off you’re having the opposite effect, but I guess as long as it makes you feel better thats what is important.

    • Guest

      Well said!!

    • rycher

      Every liberal mandate, law, provision, regulation, or deregulation always has the opposite affect… That’s liberalism… Always has been.. always will be…

  • Dragomance

    Surely Michelle Obama thought at some point when Bloomberg was doing his anti-soda ban how much people don’t like others forcing them to change their intake.But instead of learning from that,she decides to go even further and ban candy and smaller soda?On top of that,she’s done exactly what I hate fast food chains do;Giving someone a generically-liked food and topped it with things that you’re not sure they’ll like.
    If I had to guess the White House chef either thinks this menu was also a great idea or he’s too worried/much of a suck-up to oppose Michelle Obama.Otherwise there’s no way a reasonable person would have rubber-stamped it.

    • stuckinIL4now

      The WH chef may have rubber-stamped the kids menu, but I bet that ain’t anywhere near what he’s cookin’ and servin’ up at the WH.

  • Jarhead83

    • tops116

      “C is for Cookie! That’s good enough for me… and it’s not a f***ing suggestion!”

      • Average Joe

        They got rid of cookie monster, then said Romney was a bad guy for not wanting to pay for Big Bird.

    • JettieG

      Looks like the new chow for the troops.

  • Clete Torres

    Isn’t it interesting: Moosechelle eats ribs, Kobe beef, exotic this-n-that, things that most of us don’t eat because they’re wildly expensive, all kinds of what she has deemed to be ‘unhealthy’ food, yet insists on sentencing school kids to what seems to be starvation rations of her choosing.

    “Let them eat cake.”

    -Moosechelle Antoinette

    • JettieG

      Lobster. Don’t forget the lobster.

  • therealguyfaux

    See, this is the Cass Sunstein nudge theory at work: make it the path of less resistance to “do the right thing.”

    So your kid is a lardbottom already getting diabetes and hardening of the arteries by middle school? Well, you can do two things– you can pay for his/her medical care (if you’re not a poor minority on Medicaid), or you can get the kid to “eat right” to avoid the problem in the first place. Sounds good in theory, right? But hey, you can’t really police your kid every minute of the day, right? If your kid’s gonna be a tubby, (s)he finds a way, right?

    Well, we did our part, right, yeah? WE didn’t make your kid a roly-poly, right? But hey, this is a societal problem across the board, as these kids will grow up to be five-by-five adults with all sorts of pre-existing conditions when they look for medical insurance. But we DO feel your and their pain. Say– don’t we have a program for treating those conditions? And they’ll even be able to be covered under your plan till age 26, right? Aren’t you glad we think of everything?

    So what happens is, when Obamacare goes down the tubes and is replaced by a Canadian/British NHS, kids will either have eaten right and not gotten conditions which will prove costly to the system, or they’ll eventually die off younger, saving money on the back-end of life (and holding down the amount of Social Security to be paid out, as a bonus into the bargain).

    • Luke

      The indoctrination is strong with this one.

  • MaddMedic

    Reblogged this on Freedom Is Just Another Word… and commented:
    All one must do is ask someone whom works in the School Kitchens and takes all the shit from students for the crap they are being fed because of Mooch Obama’s crap food.

  • Jack Deth

    Shorter from kids to Michelle:

    Take those snails off these crackers and gimme a Frito Chili Pie!!!

  • unknown

    Who taught these little bigots to talk like that to the First Lady? Probably their racist parents /sarc.

    • stuckinIL4now

      Gives me hope for ’em.

  • PresidentWaffles

    Considering how bad the lunches were to begin with, this is really saying something.

    • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

      As a 3rd generation Welfare recipient, I remember when, under Nixon, they started the school breakfast program, it meant most of the kids at our school would get two meals a day.
      Still want to know why I vote Republican? Because they believe in helping children get a good start, so that they may be PRODUCTIVE members of society.
      Not party slaves.

      • Clete Torres

        If I may ask, and no disrespect intended: Why are you a third-gen welfare recipient?

        • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

          I was raised on Welfare (1963-1977), my mother was raised on Welfare (1941-present), her parents received Welfare(1935-until death took those good people)
          .
          I cannot hide from how I was raised, I can only learn from it, use it too make decisions, and relate that to others.

          I WANT, to learn from mistakes, hopefully other peoples’, but I am by no means perfect, and I make a lot of mistakes.

          Did I tell you about being a volunteer for Carter?

          • Clete Torres

            Are you still a welfare recipient, or have you succeeded in leaving the public dole? And if not, why not?

            Again, no disrespect, just curious.

          • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

            No sweat Guy (looks at your screen name), or Gal.

            I left home at an early age, kept working, paid my way through school, because in the ’70’s and early ’80’s there were no programs to help SWMs, got married, entered the service, made most of my rates meritoriously, took advantage of every class, and training program that was offered, got out with a DD214 that states; Honorable, kept working, and working, and working, and going to school to take classes that I felt would enrich my life, while still working and raising a family, until I was able to start my own business.

            I understand how hard it is for some people to accept the simple fact, that if you don’t want to live in poverty, being held as a serf to whatever bureaucratic monster that is handing out just enough to keep you complacent, you have to work.

            Geez, I really hate to use this phrase, but work HAS set me free.

            Have I been on Welfare since, six months in ’89. I t was better than seeing my kids hungry, I was also on a State retraining program for those that lost their jobs to the Spotted Owl debacle..

            Government can help, it is just an dehumanizing process you have to go through.

          • Clete Torres

            Understand the confusion, but I am 100% guy, right down to my boxers. The nick is a joke that confuses more than a few.

            First, thank you for your service. I was AF, you sound like Navy. And congrats for getting off the dole and into your own business, it’s very commendable. It’s obvious that you would rather have not gone through that by the way you describe it as ‘dehumanizing.’ And you’re absolutely correct – there are many that don’t see it that way, and that it’s just as easy to remain in a state of government-dependence than it is to actually stand up and try to help yourself. Look at the Lower Ninth in NOLA for example: Those that wanted to press on did so, and did so without waiting for the Feds to step in and rescue them. Those that have been used to having their destinies shaped by government hand-out, are still awaiting that help, and it never occurs to them to help themselves.

            Work is a great thing, it’s a freeing thing, and makes one feel useful; it satisfies a basic human urge to learn, and do. It’s amazing how you miss it once you can’t do it anymore.

            Thanks for answering in an honest manner, and not getting angry about the questions.

          • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

            Oh don’t worry about my quips, I am more bark than bite any more.
            Marines, the Navy’s muscle.
            I wish more people whom have gotten off of Welfare would talk about it. Those of us that have, normally have one thing in common, parents that at least paid lip service to the idea that we should better ourselves.
            Thanks for your comments, I do read some people’s more than others. I like your sense of humor, it does help to have a strong one, and thick skin.

          • Clete Torres

            Semper Fi.

            And thanks for reading my sometimes incoherent musings.

  • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

    I might lose my parking spot in the Vast Right-wing Conspiracy for saying this; I’m siding with Michelle (yes, I know she’s a hypocrite) on this. Shut the f*ck up you spoiled brats. Want “Free” lunch, then eat want the government gives you! If not bring your own damn lunch!

    To the conservatives bitching about Michelle for promoting healthy eating, this makes you no different than those retards who mocked Nancy Reagan for her “Just say no” campaign in the 80s. There’s bigger fish to fry, people! Leave this one alone. Kids do nothing but eat crap and play videogames all day, these days!

    • Marjorie

      IF the lunch is free then you have a point, but my children PAY for their children’s lunches although recently sack lunches are preferred.

      • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

        I also sacked my lunches. Hated the school lunch! Soggy curly fries — gross! These kids just want pizza for lunch everyday. They won’t starve. Eat more fruits and veggies kids!

        • stuckinIL4now

          SO?!!!! Now you’re dissing pizza?

          • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

            No! I love pizza, but it’s not healthy. If the gov is going to provide food, it should be healthy, not junk food.

          • stuckinIL4now

            Pizza is not necessarily unhealthy and so-called “nutritionists” and the American medical complex aren’t exactly experts on anything relating to health. I know a lot of healthy-eating- obsessed people who get diseases and die. Maybe the obsessions and the worrying are as deadly or more so than the food we eat.

          • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

            True, depends on the pizza. The ones I had in school were greasy as hell. It’s all about eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly, both of which kids these days don’t do. The parents just let them eat whatever they want.

          • Marjorie

            Quoting mum again “all things in moderation.”

          • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

            True that.

          • Marjorie

            Many years ago when I was in school (and actually learned), school lunches were reasonably priced, plentiful but limited in choice. One ate what was provided or didn’t eat. Pizza was never on the menu.

          • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

            Mmmm, weiner wraps!

          • Marjorie

            I still make those for the grandchildren…Michelle is frowning upon it.

          • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

            Want to adopt a nostalgic old fart?

          • Marjorie

            Of course…you’ll fit right in with four cats, four dogs and a pot-belly pig. They’re all adopted. =^..^=

          • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

            Great.
            With your experience with animals, maybe there is a chance I can be housebroken.

          • Marjorie

            That depends….

          • therealguyfaux

            Aw Jeez, don’t bring HIM into this discussion!

          • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

            I see what you did there.

          • Clete Torres

            It was for us, a couple times a month. We always looked forward to it because it was so good.

          • HisChosen816

            Problem is, most schools supplement with soy or other fillers. Research just how good soy is for developing bodies. Because there are not enough calories to sustain a lot of these kids, additional consequences are realized. One being sluggish and tired, and lack of focus. Domino effect here we come.

            A lot of kids don’t pack lunches because they have no place to put them. Most kids in my children’s school don’t use their lockers because they have to travel between buildings and there is just no time. Backpacks are overweight due to large, heavy books leaving precious little room for anything else.

            Even eating these “healthy” lunches, it is still not enough calories to sustain them. My kids? They will do just fine as they have “real” food hand delivered to them daily in portions that will keep them full and focused. That should be the priority.

          • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

            Can’t they store their lunch in their lockers, like what I did? I also had to carry lots of books and had classes far away from each other.

            Again, y’all are making excuses for these little twerps. Now, it’s the government’s responsibility to keep kids stomachs full? That’s the children and their parent’s job. This teaches kids to be more responsible, if they don’t want hummus for lunch. They should also learn the gov is not a dispenser of pleasure.

          • Clete Torres

            Pizza is the perfect health food! If done right, it has all four food groups:

            Crust = grains (wheat)
            Sauce = vegetables/fruit
            Cheese = dairy
            Sausage/Pepperoni/Ham/Bacon = meat/protein

            Can’t seem to convince the wife though.

          • Marjorie

            Now I’m not sure if I want wiener wraps or pizza for supper…damn…I hate decisions. BTW screw you Michelle!

          • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

            I’m totally having pizza tomorrow!

    • $7610427

      Huh? We pay for these “lunches”. They aren’t free! I pay with tax dollars AND out of pocket. On the days when time is short…like, for instance, when my son practices soccer until 8:30 and then has to be on the football practice field at 7:15 the following morning…it would be helpful not to have to make him a lunch. “…eat crap and play video games” my as s!

      • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

        School lunch has always been crap. Why get mad now? Good for your kid, he’s the exception, but kids in general are getting more and more sedentary.

    • kate_middleton

      You’d have a point if the lunch was free. But kids pay for it (unless you are deemed limited financially and get free lunch). Yeah, it’s not expensive, probably right around cost, but it is still something they pay for. Sure, they can bring a lunch from home instead.

      But the point is that the mandate of a certain number of calories doesn’t make sense for kids. Many kids, especially those playing sports, need more calories to get through the day.

      And, from what these kids are tweeting, it’s clear the food isn’t enough. I am sure Michelle envisioned grilled chicken, roasted vegetables, etc. for a nice, big, healthy meal. Not realistic for school cafeterias. A hot dog and some raspberries? Not really.

      • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

        “Sure, they can bring a lunch from home instead.”

        This will solve everything. I doubt the new lunches will make kids starve. Kids are actually getting fatter!

        • kate_middleton

          No, they won’t starve because of it. But, federal government mandates are never a good thing. Shouldn’t it be up to the school, or school district to determine what their kids should eat?

          It’s not realistic for every kid to bring a lunch from home everyday.

          • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

            Can’t the schools opt-out? I remember reading they can but they won’t receive federal money for lunch. If that’s the case, then I have no problem with it.

            “It’s not realistic for every kid to bring a lunch from home everyday.”

            I was in a working class family, I was able to pack something from home.

      • aztectrumpet

        It was expensive when i was in high school 5+ years ago. If the food is more expensive now with smaller portions, then hell yes it is expensive.

        • kate_middleton

          When I was in high school in the late 90s, I want to say it was around $2 for lunch. There were a lot of options – pizza everyday, which was of course the most popular. And slush puppies you could buy (like slurpees).

          I’d be curious what it costs now. I think it varies a lot.

          • aztectrumpet

            It was over 5 bucks for me and that really wasnt enough food. And I always had a small appetite.

    • robert anthony

      You’re wrong in that Michelle’s mandates are ‘promoting healthy eating’. Reducing proteins and increasing wheats and grains does not solve an ‘obesity crisis’ and will contribute to unbalanced sugar regulation in the body and storage of fat (in lieu of muscle building). It’s junk science, ignorance and sheer stupidity at best.

      • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

        Are burgers, fries, nachos, and pizza any much healthier? If Kids don’t want to eat the school lunches, then they should pack their own damn lunch. The schools shouldn’t provide junk food.

        • robert anthony

          After Michelle spends 70 million dollars and tons of carbon teaching the People what a carrot looks like…the solution is to go back to ‘bag lunches’? Sheesh, for all she spent giving kids LESS foods, we could have just reinstated phys-ed and sports classes and fed them more than the more expensive concentration camp portions, doncha think?

          What about the poor kids? They need three meals a day, even in Summer…you expect the parents to spend Food Stamp money on the kids food now? Are you a monster? These kids are starving…the program is called ‘Hunger Free Kids’…so why is the Mooch feeding hungry poor kids minimal nutrition, proteins, etc., and giving them food that make for dangerously unbalanced blood and pancreatic sugars and keep them craving for energy calories?

          BTW, I eat burgers, pizza, etc…I’m 6’2″, 172 lbs….I don’t need the government to teach me moderation or limit my choices, I HAVE a brain.

          • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

            Hyperbole much? The kids aren’t starving. Not every kid is a football player! 30% of children are obese for pete’s sake. Food like Hummus, fruits, wheat bread, salads, etc are dangerous? Please…

            I didn’t say you need the government to teach you moderation, so take a chill pill.

          • robert anthony

            “Hyperbole much?” – No, that’s apparently Michelle’s job.

            “The kids aren’t starving. 30% of children are obese for pete’s sake.” – Then why does the Mooch call it the ‘Hunger-Free Kids Act’? Why do the taxpayers have to feed kids three meals a day all year long if they’re not starving? The 30% obesity rate is suspect, BTW. Maybe in welfare town….but not the kids I see. Of course, rather than ignore my points like you did..you might admit, if 30% are obese, that 70 million dollars towards gym classes which have been reduced in many schools is a better use of money than Mooch’s Arugula Showcase Bus Tour and cutting kids down to choosing ‘yogurt OR bananana’.

            “Food like Hummus, fruits, wheat bread, salads, etc are dangerous? Please…” – Who said they were dangerous? What were you saying about hyperbole? Everything is fine in moderation, but you can’t cut protein down to 1 gram a day and load them up with carbs and grain sugars…reading comprehension problems? Perhaps you’re low on proteins yourself. All that stuff is great. but they’re not being offered a wide, diverse range of choices…they are being mandated. For example, the mandates include a banana OR a yogurt with a small chicken salad..not both. You think you can last all day and then go to football practice on that? Read the article again, two pieces of mozzarella sticks and rasperries? Read it again.

          • robert anthony

            “I didn’t say you need the government to teach you moderation, so take a chill pill.’ _ i know what you said, you make the assumption (you and Mooch practice teh same hyperbole) that burgers and pizza are what make you fat…they aren’t. More junk science from liberals.

          • robert anthony

            “30% of children are obese for pete’s sake.” – So you understand the Mooch’s discrepancy here. Proteins are known to be fat burners, while sugars and wheats will contribute to fat. So what does Mooch do in her ‘war on obesity’? Cuts down protein and increases glutens and sugar…does that make sense to you? Thanks for wasting my time and getting back to my original point. At least it didn’t cost us 70 million dollars THIS time to go backwards, huh?

          • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

            Hyperbole much? The kids aren’t starving. Not every kid is a football player! 30% of children are obese for pete’s sake. Food like Hummus, fruits, wheat bread, salads, etc are dangerous? Please…

            I didn’t say you need the government to teach you moderation, so take a chill pill.

        • robert anthony

          After Michelle spends 70 million dollars and tons of carbon teaching the People what a carrot looks like…the solution is to go back to ‘bag lunches’? Sheesh, for all she spent giving kids LESS foods, we could have just reinstated phys-ed and sports classes and fed them more than the more expensive concentration camp portions, doncha think?

          What about the poor kids? They need three meals a day, even in Summer…you expect the parents to spend Food Stamp money on the kids food now? Are you a monster? These kids are starving…the program is called ‘Hunger Free Kids’…so why is the Mooch feeding hungry poor kids minimal nutrition, proteins, etc., and giving them food that make for dangerously unbalanced blood and pancreatic sugars and keep them craving for energy calories?

          BTW, I eat burgers, pizza, etc…I’m 6’2″, 172 lbs….I don’t need the government to teach me moderation or limit my choices, I HAVE a brain.

  • tops116

    I’d be surprised if no one said, “You don’t have to eat this, lady, so why should we?!”

  • nc

    If Miche wasn’t so focused like a laser on controlling what kids eat, she could have used her position to influence better nutrition without the coercion.

    Imagine her filming a series of 30-60 second PSAs that would show how easy it is to pack inexpensive and tasty sack lunches. Too many parents don’t know their way around the kitchen and over rely on fast food and take out. A little light hearted instruction would go a long way. Nothing forced. Most kids could prepare their own, once their parents bought the ingredients.

    Government saves money, parents save money, even local businesses benefit.

    • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

      Back in the ’70’s (wavy lines, wavy lines) we poor children were frog marched down to “Home Economics” classes at a local store front office of the USDA.
      There we learned about nutrition, and how to prepare simple meals.
      That is Govt I can get behind, not the “Do What We Tell You” one we have now.

  • Right Wired

    Sally Struthers was seen setting up shop at Garfield Elementary School in DC. I guess she’s gonna film a commercial or something

  • stuckinIL4now

    Ewwww, a hot dog with raspberries? And I thought putting ketchup on ’em was bad. Some of these tweets give me hope for our younger generations (the ones not still saying they love da’ Mooch) who will be left to carry the burden of the financial ruin to which this SADministration has condemned them. Maybe they’ll pay more attention to what their gubmint is doing and every time they feel hungry they’ll remember this and rebel as they’re rebelling against this issue.

  • allyn211

    This government is determined to make sure we eat healthy, even if they have to starve us to death in order to do it!

  • al hunt

    first I would like to say, glad my kids are not in school anymore, second, the only good thing about the obama’s being in the white house is, I get to say “told ya so” at least 10 times a day. 😛

  • http://www.nleomf.org/officers/ FlatFoot

    Aw, quit your complaining you racist white kids. Eat your tofu and seaweed salad, veggie burgers, and carrot stick “fries”. Or else you’ll ruin the whole country being malnourished and get us all stuck in ILLEGAL WARS! It has been… foretold!

  • $29528627

    I wouldn’t feed this crap to my dogs. I know moochie is in a bad marriage, but she needs to get a life.

  • jeanie6

    A decent idea gone wrong with bad implimentation. Had new food choices been introduced gradually and not allowed to totally supplant existing lunch choices it might have been successful. Same with OCare, a gradual, tested approach to sort out what works from what doesn’t would have been so much better. Why do you suppose this administration feels it has to go for broke on these issues.

    • Ntr

      Actually, many schools had already implemented healthier eating guidelines for school breakfasts and lunches on their own. These federal guidelines are this admin’s (and the federal government’s) further, unneeded intrusion into things that do not concern them. It’s about their thirst for control and not young peoples’ health.

      But yeah, i agree with you. They are handling it like Obamacare.

  • robert anthony

    It’s much easier to get students to agree they may be gay when they are starving.

  • robert anthony

    Sure are a lot of average size kids in those avatars for a country with an alleged ‘obesity crisis’.

  • robert anthony

    At least children in Africa get ‘fat balls’.

    BTW, I;d like to know why if I google for ‘photos of michelle obama ordering fat balls and fries in Africa’..my first results are ‘Lena Dunham nude for tv’, ‘anal hazing in high school’ and ‘Hemingway watched Che Guevera fire on people’? Way to submit, Google lap-dogs!!

  • Ntr

    All students and parents in school districts should petition (endlessly pressure) to have their respective school districts opt out of the federal lunch program. The federal government has little business sticking their noses in anything outside of DC…as if they haven’t ruined public schools enough already.

  • Emily Volz

    There are people starving to death or living of off rice and tree bark and people are complaining that their lunches are too healthy??

  • http://yeehee.com/ Yeeheecom

    Kids and their parents here in North Carolina sure aren’t paying any attention to her ramblings. Lunchable sales at stores are way up .

  • fubho

    Isn’t it the Democrats who are always saying it’s the Republicans who want to starve children?