Lynn: Students Fight Back Against First Lady’s Starvation Program

Before you send your children off to school in the morning, make EXTRA sure they are getting DOUBLE the servings you would normally feed them for breakfast, because our children are STARVING!  The new Healthy Hungry-Free Kids Act  has put a limit on how many calories our kids can now consume every day at school:

Kindergarten through 5th grade:  650 calories

6th through 8th grade:  700 calories

9th through 12th grade:  850 calories

Another brilliant idea brought to you by the United States Food Police, courtesy of the Chief PETTY Officer Michelle Obama.  But guess what?  Students, bless their hungry little hearts, are fighting back with this video parody that is spreading virally like wildfire:



If you want to help stop this nonsense and get the government out of our kitchens and our children’s lunch bags, click here.

About Lynn Armitage

Lynn Armitage is an editor, syndicated columnist, writer, blogger, entrepreneur and content creator. She began her writing career in Fourth Grade when she was asked this question on a test, “Where is President Nixon right now?” The correct answer was, “In China.” Lynn drew a complete blank, but threw the dice and responded with, “In love,” earning her five extra bonus points. Lynn had found her life’s work. The owner of Rockin Cupcakes, Lynn is a single mom who lives in Northern California with the last teenage daughter left in the house. You can reach her at:

26. September 2012 by
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  1. That doesn’t make any sense! get government out of public school, which is ran by and funded by the government? The government did something in the first place because kids are fat. When 25 percent of young adults are too fat to join the army and the military is spending “$1 billion each year on medical care related to obesity issues for active duty members” there is a problem. What happens if we go to war tomorrow and we need to draft young men? They’ll be too fat in an emergency and that becomes a national security problem.

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