For public school students, that means another round in the battle pitting the Food Police and their desire to force students to eat “healthy” meals against the students who understand that trash belongs in the trash container
From Jordan Chance: Brown rice, potato wedges, and mystery mush.
How about this kebab? Some sort of mystery meat, one pickle slice bent in half, and some white substance that’s either cheese or tofu.
From Ryan Hussey, a high school student: A whole wheat roll, some macaroni and cheese (presumably whole wheat, as well), and three cocktail weiners.
From Bessie: Green beans and two taquitos.
From Juni Cortez: Whatever. So appealing, it's masked by a slice of processed cheese!
This is what the nation's Chief of the Food Police really meant when she jammed the “Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act” through Congress in 2010. And it's what she's jamming down the throats of public school students 5 years later. Any wonder public school students are refusing to eat their "free" lunches and filling the trash containers with them?
September 30, 2015 is the deadline for Congress to reauthorize—or change—the National School Lunch Program.
Olson suggests that every member of Congress should taste test a sampling of these "creations."
The Motley Monk suggests otherwise: Every member of Congress must eat what they legislate every day that Congress is in session.
Let the discussion begin...
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