WATCH OUT! Mad momma coming through.
Michelle Obama is reportedly angry about the criticism of her healthy lunch program for public schools, enacted in 2010.
The former first lady complained at the Partnership for a Healthier American 2017 Healthier Future Summit event on Friday that critics of her program were just being ‘partisan’.
The haters haves stated Michelle’s regulations on school lunch programs were leading to some pretty horrible meals.
But it’s not just a matter of being partisan. Her regulations actually did lead to some horrible meals. So much so that the hashtag #ThanksMichelleObama started trending on twitter featuring the nasty stuff…
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According to the Daily Wire, the ticked off former first lady stated, “So we have a lot more work to do for sure but we got to make sure we don’t let anybody take us back. Because the question is where are we going back to? I mean this is where you really have to look at motives. You have to stop and think, why don’t you want our kids to have good food at school?”
“What is wrong with you? And why is that a partisan issue? Why would that be political? What is going on? Now that is up to moms. I’m talking to moms, think about this, take me out of the equation, like me, don’t like me, but think about why someone is OK with your kids eating crap? Why would you celebrate that? Why would you sit idly and be okay with that?
” ‘Cause here’s the secret, If somebody is doing that, they don’t care about your kids. And we need to demand everyone to care deeply about our kids.”
Word of advice Michelle, get over yourself.
It’s not that people want children to eat crappy foods, its that we don’t want federal government regulations telling us what types of foods to eat.
Clearly the stuff you were serving was crap and kids didn’t like it.
There are ways to serve healthy foods that kids will love. Your regulations, Michelle, didn’t work.
Leave it up to the schools to determine what foods they want to serve.