March 1, 2014

Moochelle steps in it, again.

If you have ever wondered to yourself, "Do the Obamas really think that the American people are stupid?", wonder no more.

The answer is a resounding 'YES!'.

Several days ago Michelle Obama, on yet another late-night television appearance was hawking Obamacare and referred to young people as 'knuckleheads".

More recently, the White House released a ridiculous video of the president and vice running around the place to their ultimate reward, a glass of water in the Oval Office.  This, part of the Wookie's anti-obesity campaign.  How often is it that we see any member of the first family doing any actual exercise?  Don't worry, I won't Google any photos of past presidents in their running short-shorts to prove my point.

And now, this:
In pitching new, improved nutrition labels at the White House on Thursday, first lady Michelle Obama tried to identify with women who do the grocery shopping for their families. Her message was aimed at mothers who want to buy healthy food and depend on labels to help them do that:
"So there you stood, alone in some aisle in a store, the clock ticking away at the precious little time remaining to complete your weekly grocery shopping, and all you could do was scratch your head, confused and bewildered, and wonder, is there too much sugar in this product? Is 50 percent of the daily allowance of riboflavin a good thing or a bad thing? And how on Earth could this teeny little package contain five whole servings? 
"This stream of questions and worries running through your head when all you really wanted to know was, should I be eating this or not? Is this good for my kids or not? And if it is healthy, how much of it should I be eating? But unless you had a thesaurus, a calculator, a microscope, or a degree in nutrition, you were out of luck. So you felt defeated, and you just gave up and went back to buying the same stuff you always buy. 
Can I get a resounding FU from all you confused and bewildered female grocery shoppers out there?

Could this administration be any more condescending?  Riboflavin?  Seriously?  In case you hadn't noticed, lady, there are people in this country that would do just about anything for the privilege of having grocery money, and there are people who take what little they have and manipulate it to the best of their ability to feed all of the mouths in their homes.  How's about you waddle your fat ass over to your husband's office and ask why so many unhealthy foods and ingredients are subsidized by the government.  Connect the dots to see why fresh healthy meals are un-affordable for many, while fast food places can push tacos and fried foods on a dollar menu.

Sheesh, what an ignorant, and insulting, cow.

1 comment:

CenTexTim said...

I've lost count of all the times the grocery store aisle has been blocked by confused and bewildered women, their brows furrowed and their lips moving as they tried to calculate riboflavin percentages.

And in your last sentence you've insulted all the bovines out there...