Monday, September 25, 2006

Fat, overweight children..............

I am not talking about children who have genetic abnormalities or thyroid problems here. I am talking about children who have an unhealthy diet (parents) coupled with a lack of legitimate exercise (parents). Why should American taxpayers be asked to foot the bill for school programs to combat the liberal agenda of helping these poor "victims" obtain a healthy lifestyle. We shouldn't.

We know what the cause is. We know what the cure is but ignorance and lack of intelligence can not be legislated. Maybe America could come up with laws to have all children under, say 14, keep Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday as days to be "video game free" or television free or X-box free or whatever freedoms they want to preserve to stay healthier. Imagine if each child in America had to read just 20 minutes a day after school.

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