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Published: Sunday, Oct. 7 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Hutterite
American Fork, UT

So, what are you saying? Is it that, not only does the much maligned first lady have a good idea, but it turns out that she's not an omnipotent food czar? That our kids are actually fat, those that point it out may be correct and it's our fault? Say it ain't so. I like the leftist conspiracy theories a whole lot better.

George
Bronx, NY

School lunch may not be causing our kids to be fat - but the way it was certainly wasn't doing anything to keep them healthy and not fat.

boxerdog915
Clearfield, UT

Short, sweet, and to the point...the TRUTH!!!

Salsero
Provo, UT

Perhaps the cafeteria could be replaced by several mini fast food businesses. That way small business can expand into the school lunch program, bringing efficiency by hiring students and lower costs though lowering quality, and kids who skip breakfast can have a consistant diet for both lunch and dinner.

Oh, and don't forget installing soft drink vending machines in the classroom. Just think how much they can supplement the school budget with increased sales.

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