Skip to comments.New bill would require WH dinners to follow same as school lunch guidelines
Posted on 02/13/2014 5:40:47 AM PST by T.O.K.
One Illinois Republican lawmaker has asked the White House and the Obamas to stop being hypocrites and practice what they preach about nutrition.
Tuesday nights glutton-fest of a White House state dinner for French President François Hollande was the perfect example of why U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis has introduced legislation that would require official White House meals to follow the same USDA mandated guidelines for school lunch and breakfast programs.
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Yes! Maybe the grand pygidium would shrink enough to wrap it in a mere $10,000.00 dress!
And if you bring you’re own food, it will be confiscated and thrown away.
The King and Queen will order his execution for suggesting that they eat as they dictate to others. Why how dare him speak against the crown!. Heart attack, fatal automobile accident, or suicide soon to follow. Take your pick.
What a great idea.
The White House should take the lead in exclusively eating all of the Genetically Engineered food found in practically ALL grocery food items....
After all, it’s FDA approved.
Screw that. EVERY meal at the White House and every cafeteria that exits in the FedGov should follow the same guidelines for all meals.
Yes! And he should get his health care the AFA.
If Hollande knows his French history, he knows what Marie Antoinette’s attitude did for her. (The current white house is living a live of luxury while scorning the slobs who work hard to pay for it)
If you like your arugala you can keep it.
Turkey Mac, green beans, and 2% milk all around!!!!
The Obamas are doing a hell of a job of impersonating King Louis and Antoinette.
Certainly, because God knows there is nothing else for them to be concentrating on. The budget is balanced. Entitlements are under control. Iran is disarmed and Afghanistan is peaceful. Time to work on the truly important things.
He needs to stay out of Fort Marcy Park too.
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