Would You Like Some Melted Plastic on That Burned Burrito?

Public education–hot diggity-dog! When they’re not busy teaching your kids that “You can be a boy one day and a girl the next, depending on how you feel,” they’re either trying to poison the kiddies or put them off eating altogether–at the behest of our all-wise, all-knowing federal government, of course.

The Phillipi Middle School in Philippi, West Virginia, hit a new low recently, serving up burned-black burritos in melted plastic sauce ( http://eagnews.org/photo-school-serves-burned-burritos-covered-with-melted-plastic-for-healthy-lunch/ ). Mmm-mmm! School officials explained it was a “mistake” that would be rectified by “training” the cafeteria staff.

Uh, who needs to be trained not to serve melted plastic to the children? For that matter, the news story doesn’t make it quite clear whether any of the hungry lads and lassies actually tried to eat this monstrosity.

And you keep on sending your children to these schools because_______?

God ordained the family–father, mother, children, and extended family.

Fallen man ordained the public schools.

This is the monkey that wants to sit where God sits.

Be careful what you worship, folks.

8 comments on “Would You Like Some Melted Plastic on That Burned Burrito?

  1. This is about as low as it gets. Perhaps I’m grasping at straws, but my hope is that there will be a tipping point and people will realize what a shambles to schools have become.

    1. I should have been more specific.

      The straws I was grasping at are not plastic straws. They are made of recycled paper with 100% post-consumer material content. The original paper source was from diseased trees which had to be cut down and the lumberjacks were all Trappist Monks whom thought pure thoughts while they were cutting down the trees. In their spare time, these monks worked tirelessly to promote politically correct causes and to increase, understanding, awareness and inclusiveness. BTW, all of these monks are Level 5 Vegans, but even that isn’t enough and most of them have taken a vow of absolute hunger. 🙂

  2. I saw photographs of school lunches in France and I would pay to eat them in a restaurant. America is a rich country, but the people are poor.

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