Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh is outraged about a liberal argument that public
schools should provide school lunches to children even when they are
out of class. The argument, which Limbaugh reads in an incredulous tone,
states that students may go hungry or suffer from poor nutrition during
the summer season. Furious at the condescending assumption
that children cannot find their own food, he says he will dedicate a new
segment to teaching children how to eat. "There are also things in
what's called the kitchen of your house." He goes on,
doesn't work, try a happy meal at McDonald's. You know where McDonald's
is. There's the dollar menu at McDonald's. And if they don't have
chicken nuggets, dial 9-1-1 and ask for Obama. There's another place if
none of these options work to find food. There's always the neighborhood
dumpster. Now you might find competition with homeless people there.
But there are videos that have been produced to show you how to
healthfully dine and how to dumpster dive and to survive until school
kicks back up in August.
The Washington Post's David Weigel quips, "BREAKING: Limbaugh endorses
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