Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Obama Daughters in Controversial Food Ad

WASHINGTON - A controversial ad campaign you might see on the Metrorail and Metrobus transit services is drawing a comparison between school lunches and what President Obama's children eat at their school.
It shows an eight year old girl who points out Sasha and Malia get healthy lunches and asks, "Why don't I?"

Another non profit group, Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine sponsored the ads.

It says the Obama girls have vegetarian choices at Sidwell Friends and so should public school kids across the country.
It claims children in public schools are more likely to be offered meat and cheese items.

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