By Kyle Olson, Special for USDR
Is that a student’s lunch or a dog’s vomit?
That’s what parents might be wondering after they see student Hunter Whitney’s recent “mystery mush” lunch.
When asked, the student theorized it was rice or an “artificially flavored rice substitute.”
Whitney confirms the lunch was served at Richland Center High School in Wisconsin.
Marissa Garrett tweeted:
She then provided this photo:
Jess Sency tweeted this ball of who-knows-what:
Maya Wuertz posted her recent lunch at Austin High School in Minnesota:
Many students are targeting their anger at First Lady Michelle Obama, who championed the effort to create more “healthy” school lunches.
“Mr. Speaker, the Federal food police now control what American recent speech on the House floor.are permitted to eat in . The First Lady has said, “We just can’t leave it up to the ” U.S. Rep. Ted Poe (R-TX) said in a
Several things are wrong about this totalitarian control of children. Kids say the portions are so small or the food is so disliked they must smuggle food from home or just go hungry. This leads to the Federal Government food being wasted and thrown away at the end of the day.
What is next?
Are the Federal food bureaucrats going to force-feed schoolchildren with government food?
It should not be the role of Washington and the Federal Government to control what children eat. That is the responsibility of.
Americans are not stupid and cannot leave it up to the almighty Feds to determine what is best for our kids. The Federal Government should not raise our children because the Federal Government is not theof my kids or my grandkids, whether Washington likes it or not.