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Originally posted by xuenchen
Yah, but he could stop it.
Not have Michelle endorse it.
Too much money for the institutions for my money.
I think most parents can Pack-a-Lunch and most do care.
The majority of American families are successful.
The Libs want you to think otherwise.
And from hearing a few of Obama's speeches lately, I would say HE has "tourettes"
edit on Jan-26-2012 by xuenchen because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by LucidDreamer85
reply to post by survivalstation
ids won't eat the vegitables so they are really just giving them less food to eat.
Originally posted by Toolatetotalk
My wife is more particular about what our kids eat and drink. She feels milk had something todo with our oldiest son having Type 1 D's. On the flip side my 2 year old can't consume wheat without breaking out in a rash. We've even moved him to skim milk.
sorry I got distracted...
I don't care what type of milk they put in school. It's not the same place or enviroment as it was when we went to school. What would upset me is if they said my kid had to drink the milk everyday.
Originally posted by JohnnyTHSeed
reply to post by MikeNice81
The solution to lactose intolerance is to serve non-pasteurized aka raw aka living milk.
The "problem" with this solution however, is that the cows would need to be raised in a healthy environment, fed proper nutrition, etc...