kids dealing drugs

Public school kids around the country are now dealing drugs salt and pepper.

Desperate times call for desperate measures.

Great job, Mooch!

Via Free Beacon:

Children are creating their own black markets to trade and sell salt due to First Lady Michelle Obama’s school lunch rules.

During a hearing before the House Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education, chaired by Rep. Todd Rokita (R., Ind.), a school administrator told Congress of the “unintended consequences” of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.

“Perhaps the most colorful example in my district is that students have been caught bringing–and even selling–salt, pepper, and sugar in school to add taste to perceived bland and tasteless cafeteria food,” said John S. Payne, the president of Blackford County School Board of Trustees in Hartford City, Indiana.

Payne noted other problems with the “one-size-fits-all” approach to providing healthier meals to students, including fewer kids participating in the program and higher food waste. The trend started in 2012, when the school lunch law, which was championed by Mrs. Obama, went into effect….


Washington Post: School kids are blaming Michelle Obama for their ‘gross’ school lunches

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  1. Alain41 says:

    A Dime Bag used to be $10 worth of MaryJane. Now it’s literally a Dime Bag. Literally! New Lunch is the New Math.

  2. Vintageport says:

    “Just say NO” to salt and pepper.

  3. Charles_PA says:

    How long will it be before the Department of Agriculture storms some kid’s house with submachine guns and tanks yelling “On the floor! Where’s the f&*^#ng salt!”?

  4. MACVEL says:

    So, how do we deal with the tyranny that created this situation?

  5. sparklesalt says:

    It’s not just the schools. When this hit the schools, my kids were already prepared for it because I trained them. We have some hipster restaurants around here that already have taken salt, pepper, sweeteners, well all condiments really, off the tables. Sometimes you can ask for them and get them, but sometimes not. Either way you’re looked down upon if you do ask for them.

    So we began smuggling operations. We sneak stuff in and, when they’re not looking, improve their food. I feel so dirty!

    But it’s come to this. I’ve turned a few of the guys at work onto this. We’re now a dastardly cartel of modern day bootleggers on this.

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