If the Obamas are worried if they will have a lasting legacy, they need not be concerned:

We will always remember Michelle Obama’s meddling in the school lunch program, which resulted in students skipping their hated lunches, and tons (literally) of food being thrown in garbage cans.

Via CNS News.

In response to dwindling participation in school lunch programs, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue will be attending the School Nutrition Association’s (SNA) annual meeting next week in Atlanta, Ga., to discuss “improving menus, strengthening school meal programs, and expanding student access to healthy meals.”

“The event will give Secretary Perdue the opportunity to hear first-hand about successes and challenges as schools have worked to improve menus for students while meeting updated nutrition standards for meals and snacks,” said SNA in a press release.

Sec. Perdue has already begun to loosen wildly unpopular restrictions placed on school lunch menus by the Obama Administration spearheaded by former First Lady Michelle Obama.

At the beginning of May, Perdue previewed his plans to reform school nutrition standards. Perdue applauded Michelle Obama’s desire to combat childhood obesity, but cautioned that “If kids aren’t eating the food, and it’s ending up in the trash, they aren’t getting any nutrition – thus undermining the intent of the program.”

“I wouldn’t be as big as I am today without chocolate milk,” he remarked….

Kids Tweet Their Complaints About “Healthy” School Lunches to Michelle Obama

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  1. MACVEL says:

    It is time to end Mooch’s Famine Effort.

  2. Alain41 says:

    Let the States make their own rules on lunches. States don’t need Uncle Sam to tell them what is and isn’t appropriate for kid’s lunches.

  3. Chuck says:

    I remember my school lunches being delicious and very nutritious.

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