American Parents Become Pathetic Losers
Incapable of preparing food for their own children, moronic
mouth-breathing "parents" turn over the job to government.
"Free" breakfast and lunch provided by schools. Big Socialist Government has taken over the job of the parent to feed their own children. These so-called "adults" can't even manage to put cereal and milk in a fucking bowl and hand it to their kid.
"It's one less weight and one less burden for parents," said Joshua Rivera, whose son is a second-grader at the Maurice J. Tobin School in Boston's Roxbury section.
Oh the HORROR. Oh the BURDEN of pealing a banana and giving it to a child.
Boston, the nation's oldest school system has joined a program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture that has spread to 10 states and the District of Columbia that offers students two free meals every school day to every student, whether or not their families can afford them.
Known as Community Eligibility Option, the program is part of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 that authorized $4.5 billion in new program funding reports the Associated Press.
|Everyone is sucking on the public teat.|
Besides easing hunger, school officials said, the program helps erase a stigma that plagued some students from poor families.
Boston joins schools in Michigan, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., and elsewhere in a program that will be available across the country starting in the 2014-2015 school year.
Efrain Toledano, principal of the Tobin School, said he expects the program will cut down on potential disruptions at the K-8 school by easing hunger pangs that could be linked to classroom misbehavior. (Look at the Bullshit flow.)
An Atlanta Public Schools spokeswoman said students at 58 of the city's 100 public schools started getting free breakfast and lunch this year under the program. A spokeswoman for District of Columbia Public Schools said 76 out of 111 district schools are part of the program, which started there in the last school year.
Detroit Public Schools joined the federal program during the 2011-12 school year, and a spokeswoman said 52,000 breakfasts and 60,000 lunches were served daily to students in the last school year.
In western Michigan, an administrator with Grand Rapids Public Schools said the district has been serving free breakfast and lunch for its 17,000 students since the 2012-2013 school year started.