FOOD POLICE INVADE IOWA SCHOOL

A school in a small Iowa town now has instituted a policy of demanding the children provide a pin code at the time of purchase of food in the cafeteria. The claim is that children eat unhealthy foods and the intent is to study what they choose to eat in school. Actually, it will be an invasion of privacy since the pin number will identify specific children. Although the Federal Government has not been identified as instituting the process, what a surprise that Iowa was the state that kicked off Obama’s run for the kingdom. If the school is so concerned about a child’s food purchases, it should not sell the items they believe unhealthy such as chocolate milk and fried and breaded foods just to name a few. Beyond that, it is up to the parents to decide what their children eat and not the local or federal government. If this is one of M. Obama’s pet items, she should cease and desist. When did she ever become an authority on anything? While questions are being asked, why did she surrender her law license. Not a normal practice unless obliged to. Next the lunch boxes will be opened and investigated. What we need is less government intrusion into our private lives and parents being more responsible.

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3 Responses to FOOD POLICE INVADE IOWA SCHOOL

  1. Maryanne Lacovara says:

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  2. Terrific point. I entirely agree. Well put!

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