Supporting the Message, but Damning the Hypocrisy

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Along with health reform and a President which caters to special interests, out comes another wacky interest group called Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine who are displaying posters throughout popular places like Union Station where 14 are hanging. 

Apparently, the White House is very upset and they should be.  But let’s speculate if this had been a poster about one of Sarah Palin’s children.  This poster in no way compares to the verbal beating Palin’s family has taken nor does it compare to the disgusting display of alleged “comedy” from David Letterman a few months back.

(Side-note: another liberal female shows her devotion to female liberal intelligence and advancement by dating Bristol Palin’s baby’s daddy).

This group shows a girl in this poster who happens to be a vegetarian and the group is ticked because schools in Miami public schools are not offering vegan meals.

My late grandmother used to say “chickens always have a way of coming home to roost.”  Will he risk ticking off a bunch of energetic activists that can haunt him forever?  Or will they continue this tiff until the group takes the posters down?

Either way, when you build a career catering to special interests, what else can you expect when you choose one or two over the others?

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9 thoughts on “Supporting the Message, but Damning the Hypocrisy

  1. “Within 24 hours of the signs’ appearance, the White House asked the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine to take down the ads, which feature Jasmine Messiah, a vegetarian who attends a Miami-Dade County public school that, she says, offers no vegetarian or vegan lunch options. ”

    Hey Jasmine? Get up early, prepare your own sack lunch, and eat it at school. Problem solved you stupid twit. I did that at your age. Not only are you stupid but you might also be lazy.

    UGH!

  2. My mom used to be a Lunch Lady. The school lunch food is not 5 star eating. But it is not junk food either. It is a well balanced meal. Eating that sort of food once a day is not bad for you.

  3. I have to echo John’s comments. There have never been special meal options other than maybe salads. If we didn’t like what was on the menu when I was in school, we opted to have a salad. That, I think, should be the only other option offered.

  4. I agree. If someone wants to be a vegan, they need to pack their own lunches.

    It just doesn’t surprise me that special interest groups are pressuring Obama to this degree now. It’s supposed to be the meany Republicans doing things like this, isn’t it?

  5. My high school had a salad bar. It was a very good one too. The people with special food tastes brought their own food.

    As for the Obama girls, they attend a private school, their parents pay for that, so why shouldn’t they get more bang for their buck? Would Jasime be happy if the Obama girls were attending public school and feasting on sh*t on a shingle?

  6. “It’s supposed to be the meany Republicans doing things like this, isn’t it?”

    I suppose but aren’t we all too busy attending those Town Halls and disrupting them as part of an organized well financed conspriacy against National Health Care?

    If I am bought and paid for then where in the hell is the money I was sold for?

  7. “I love the message and I do not see any hypocrisy in it. We are all the same. We see too much class segments. After all your tax monies feed them.”

    Sadly that is correct. I love it how I don’t get to participate in the joy of making someone elses baby yet I am expected to pay up and help feed it. If your bank balance is low then keep it your pants.

    As I posted before, school lunches may not be the most healthy food a person can eat. They certainly are not 5 star cuisine. But to say this food is unhealthy (that is what the poster implies) is wrong.

    My mom was a Lunch Lady. The food served met its share out of the daily nutritional requirements.

    The girl in the poster has a healthy school lunch choice. Instead of taking that choice she wants a special treatment for her chosen eating habits. She should brown bag it if her eating habits mean that much or she should eat nothing and enjoy it.

  8. “I love the message and I do not see any hypocrisy in it. We are all the same. We see too much class segments. After all your tax monies feed them.”

    I was referring to the White House’s reaction. They should expect this type of nutty behavior when a special interest group wants their way.

    Also, after Sarah Palin’s kids took a pounding, well – you know the rest.

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