Stop Packing Your Kids' Lunch, Selfish Moms and Dads

The NY Times is shaming parents for packing their children's lunches. Guess why?
"... roughly 20 million eligible children, mostly from middle- and upper-middle-class families, continue to opt out of the national program by bringing lunch or by buying special à la carte food items not covered by the program. As an individual family decision, packing lunches might seem like the best option, especially for children with special dietary needs. But when millions of families do so, their actions reduce the political will and financial resources necessary to make public school lunches better for everyone."
Yup. Your love for your child is an obstacle to their socialist utopia. So stop it!


You silly selfish Moms and Dads, you thought that caring for your child was your primary responsibility? No. Your government needs to grow and how else can it grow if all the childrenz are being cared for and loved? The needs of the global community demands you ignore your child so the gummint can step in.

Civics 101. Unwanted and uncared for children makes BIG GOVERNMENT grow and nothing makes Big Government happier than growing. I mean, you thought the government encouraging single parenthood, contraceptives, and abortion was just coincidence?

You ever get the feeling that love gets in the way of Big Government a lot? This is why step one of the socialist takeover is eradicating Christianity. Make no mistake.

PS - No link for asshattery. It only encourages them.

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  1. But when millions of families do so, their actions reduce the political will and financial resources necessary to make public school lunches better for everyone.

    Hey, I recognize that argument!

    It's the anti-homeschooling one-- the one between "you're stealing our money" and "socialization!!!"-- that says I've got to make my kids use the stuff we're already paying for even though it's a terrible fit for us, because if anyone escapes it's not fair.

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  2. The New York Times editors (bless their hearts), do not vote in local school board elections; most people don't, thus surrendering self-government to the few who do.

    There is much excitement about the presidential elections, our every-four-years superdooperbowl of drama, but local school board elections are the most important of all.

    We must always vote in our local school board elections and then follow what those whom we elected as trustees of our taxes, our property, and our children are up to. Self-government is not a spectator sport.

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