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Milwaukee school board president asks who elected Michelle Obama to dictate school lunches

Robert Gebelhoff reports for the Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel that beginning July 1, 2014, public schools across America participating in the the National School Lunch Program, are coping with new stricter standards for school lunches from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, championed by First Lady of Snot Michelle Obama to eliminate empty calories.

First Lady of Snot

What can students expect to find? Wheat bread, low-calorie drinks, meals with limited sugar, fat and salt.

The Edmonds School District in Washington even banned cupcakes for birthday celebrations.

But some school district officials are saying they’re all for healthy food, but they have to sell enough hot lunches to break even on their program — and that won’t work if the kids shun the food. They also are a little prickly about federal officials telling them what to do.

Rick Petfalski, School Board president for the Muskego-Norway School District, said “We believe that proper food nutrition and meal portion guidelines are best decided at a local level.”

So the Muskego-Norway School District opted out of the program, which means the district will no longer receive federal money for its meals, but it also means the district is free to serve whatever it wants. Already losing money because fewer kids were buying the meals, the district will now have to cover the cost of free and reduced lunches on its own, partly by spending less on foods that students don’t eat and increasing the number of kids buying lunches by providing tastier meals.

Under the school lunch program regulations, Petfalski said, the district’s food service was projected to be headed toward a $54,000 deficit. By opting out — and presumably selling more food — he expects about a $7,100 surplus. “By leaving the program we will not be required to follow these onerous guidelines, pushed by and large by Michelle Obama, who last I checked has been elected by no one,” Petfalski said.

Frustration by schools and parents across the country prompted Republicans in Congress to propose a waiver system that would allow schools strapped for cash the chance to receive federal subsidies from the government without having to comply with the USDA’s requirements. If it becomes law, schools that can demonstrate a net loss over a six-month period in their food service would be eligible to operate outside the standards.

U.S. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama tour the Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta

In a guest column in The New York Times, First Lady of Itchy Crotch Mooch has vowed to fight the waiver.

Gwen Moore (D-Wisconsin)

Gwen Moore (D-Wisconsin)

The waiver proposal is also being fought by Rep. Gwen Moore (D-Wisconsin), the same Congresswoman who said black Americans would rather be dead than eat Ramen noodles.

H/t Education Action Group 



Would you rather eat Ramen noodles or be killed?

Before you read further, please take this poll:

It’s not a joke poll.

I assume that all of you, if you are sane, opted for (1) instead of (2).

Except if you are black.

Yes, black Americans would rather be dead than eat Ramen noodle!

Gwen_Moore,_official_109th_Congress_photoRep. Gwen Moore and the dreaded Ramen noodle

That’s according to black Congresswoman Gwen Moore (D-Wisconsin). In a speech in 2011 during Congressional hearings to defund the abortion mill Planned Parenthood, pretending to speak for all black Americans, Rep. Moore said this:

“I just want to tell you what it’s like not to have Planned Parenthood … You have to give your kids Ramen noodles at the end of the month to fill up their little bellies so they won’t cry. You have to give them mayonnaise sandwiches. They get very few fruits and vegetables, because they’re expensive.”

Yes, the congresswoman said it’d be better for black babies to be killed — to be suctioned out, scraped, chemically poisoned, suffocated to death or, if Obama has his way, left to die if they managed to survive a botched late-term abortion — than for them to be born and have to eat Ramen noodles at the end of each month because their single moms have run out of welfare cash by then.

Black lives are so cheap and meaningless, even Ramen noodles have more value.

See and hear it for yourself (pay attention esp. beginning at the 2:05 mark):

61-year-old Gwen Moore has been “serving” Wisconsin’s 4th congressional district for seven years, since 2005. Before that she had “served” in Wisconsin’s state legislature (assembly and senate) for 16 years.

Black women in the U.S. are three times more likely to abort their children. In 2004, the rates of abortion by ethnicity in the U.S. were 50 abortions per 1,000 black women, 28 abortions per 1,000 Hispanic women, and 11 abortions per 1,000 white women.

Rush Limbaugh is right. Roe v. Wade had “made us insensitive to killing.”

H/t Ben Johnson of LifeSiteNews. and Elon James White of The Root.