Skip to comments.Michelle Obama Follows Center for American Progress' Guidelines on Food - (Soros, Podesta )
Posted on 02/22/2012 6:26:51 AM PST by opentalk
Michelle Obama's campaign to transform school foodguidelines is not your typical first lady literacy or "just say no to drugs" project.
No, hers is an all-out insidious plan to use food, a basic biological need and foundation of the mother-child relationship, to nudge parents out of the way at the ground level.
The first lady's deceptive initiative has closely followed the Center for American Progress' policies set out in their 2008 report Change for America: A Progressive Blueprint for the 44 th President.
Led by John Podesta and funded by George Soros, CAP began working on the plan for President Obama's administration in mid-2007. The blueprint compiled a "charisma of ideas" that would carry the President to "2016."
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if I hear one more Leftist use the word “nudge” again I think my head is gonna explode
Duct tape works wonders.
Where did I hear that before?
Guidelines on Food = Control
“Duct tape works wonders.”
I had been away from the U.S. for about a generation. When I returned for a short visit, I was shocked! SHOCKED!!!
Everywhere I went I was surrounded by overweight and obese blob people. To this day I can’t get that first impression out of my mind.
Certainly it is their problem and not the government’s.
If blobs only knew how scary and horrific they look.
Oh, here is a new one for you folks. A friend of mind married an Italian. Her mother-in-law saw a photo of me. She knew I was an American and expressed total surprised I wasnt fat! Hence, the U.S. is known internationally for its fat people.
Granted our society is screwed up and not only for being fat.
LOL!!!...So, so true.
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