Open revolt over Marie Antoinette Obama’s food obsession. People who are hungry do strange and irrational things. Or in this case, people who willingly go hungry because the food available to them is less satisfying than eating air just might be the force behind something rational in about a month and a half: Firing Marie Antoinette Obama’s husband.
Nancy Carvalho, director of food services for New Bedford Public Schools, was quoted as saying that hummus and black bean salads have been tough sells in elementary cafeterias. That means even smaller children are going through the day fighting hunger pains, which can never be considered a good thing.
One government official tried to put the blame on the students.
“One thing I think we need to keep in mind as kids say they’re still hungry is that many children aren’t used to eating fruits and vegetables at home, much less at school. So it’s a change in what they are eating. If they are still hungry, it’s that they are not eating all the food that’s being offered,” USDA Deputy Undersecretary Janey Thornton was quoted as saying.
Ms. Thornton just put her finger on the problem. The government is trying to impose a new diet that children are not accustomed to. It’s not reasonable to expect them to either eat what the government deems healthy or go hungry.
Did you think a “government official” who ultimately works for Marie Antoinette Obama’s husband would blame Marie Antoinette Obama herself? Eventually, if this bullshit isn’t stopped, it will be a racial hate crime not to eat hummus and black bean salads for lunch.
Notice something about the YT video above. Who isn’t protesting? That’s right, no black girls and young black women. That’s because I think Marie Antoinette Obama’s food obsession is basically racial/gender projection. What I mean by that is because she’s a black woman, and many black women get to an age when they plump up just by looking at food, ergo her maniacal obsession over eating healthy exists purely out of racial and gender loyalty. That white football players aren’t getting enough calories from her rabbit food lunches to be functional doesn’t matter to her, because she is not a white man.
As an aside, I attended two different St. Louis City Public magnet schools from second to fifth grade, but neither school had its own cafeteria, so they, like most St. Louis City elementary schools (from what I came to understand), had to truck in boxed lunches in a JIT sense from a central supplier. Anyway, whoever made that food during those days (that would have been 1984-88) made some of the best pizza I ever ate. Pizza was always served on the first day of school, as if they were trying to lighten the blow of summer vacation ending, and in general, it was about a once a month appearance on our lunch trays. Two out of those four school years, the pizza was also served on the last day of school. The pizza slice itself was rectangular, about six inches by four inches, and had pepperoni and sausage bits. It was kept warm in a white box slightly larger than the pizza slice itself, with a few holes along two sides to vent steam. If anybody reading these words knows what they did to make 1980s boxed SLPS pizza so delicious, please tell me!