Given the slaughter of innocents at the Navy Yard, perhaps Michelle Obama should be using more of her time to ban violent video games
Move over food cartoon characters, here come the Obamas
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Coming soon to a supermarket near you, jars of tofu and packaged bean sprouts plastered with pictures of Michelle and Barack Obama.
In Michelle Obama’s resurrected Let’s Move Campaign, a private session, organized by both the first lady’s office—and the president’s policy advisors—now positions Michelle Obama as the facilitator of debate urging food industry executives to increase their advertising of healthful products for kids. (Los Angeles Times).
With zero credentials as a schooled Nutritionist, Michelle Obama wants to drive cartoon characters promoting children’s’ food straight out of the public marketplace.
“You all know that our kids are like little sponges. They absorb whatever is around them,” she said. “But they don’t yet have the ability to question and analyze what they’re told.” (LA Times, Sept. 18, 2013).
Given the slaughter of innocents at the Navy Yard on Monday, perhaps Michelle Obama should be using more of her time to ban violent video games.
Perhaps it would be a good idea, too, for her to acknowledge that her husband Barack says it’s time to give sex education to children in kindergarten.
Neither Obama gives children of the womb a chance at life, surely making their credibility in childhood obesity highly questionable.
While her husband forces mandatory health care on their their parents and grandparents, Michelle Obama, having failed abysmally in the high school cafeteria, is going straight after the small fry.
Barack Obama frightens off adults with the specter of bureaucrat-run death panels, Michelle tries scaring off the cartoon characters of big, bad business, marketing unhealthy food for kids.
“The fact is that marketing nutritious foods to our kids isn’t just good for our kids’ health, it can be good for a company’s bottom line,” she said.
While her husband is out there making a company’s bottom line impossible for any small business to achieve with his mandatory health program, Michelle is out there bringing up the rear in more ways than one.
“I know you may have to take a short-term risk to get a long-term payoff,” she said. “Remember it wasn’t that long ago that going green or taking your business online were considered risky endeavors.”
Going online in an era where government agencies are spying on every word and penny comes with risks, and going green, Obama style is loaded with risks. Think Solyndra, First Solar and 30 others.
In Michelle Obama’s world, some cartoon characters are more equal than others.
Singing the praises of the Walt Disney Co., which spawned Hannah Montana—who grew up into a twerking Miley Cyrus—Michelle Obama wants ‘Snap, Crackle & Pop’ to start pushing greens and Humpty Dumpty pushed off his potato chip bag.
In a country where her husband’s Marxist policies have brought on the highest unemployment rate since the 1930 Depression, Michelle Obama is urging businesses not to allow their cartoon characters to be used to market unhealthy food to kids, saying firms can make money encouraging kids to eat well.
In the Marxist world, it’s always someone else’s fault and this time it’s the cartoon characters.
It’s big business Michelle Obama is really trying to change, but there’s no bigger business today than Big Government, and the First Lady, who wants ‘free’ water, fruit and vegetables to dominate the diet of children, outright ignores the $74.6 billion of supermarket sweet and salty traded in last year with government food stamps.
Will the self-proclaimed ‘First Mama of All Children’ next start showing up at the supermarket to spy on which salty and sweet foods are being traded for government food stamps?