White House Bullying/Palin's Ignorance

8:32 AM


So far, the White House attention to bullying has not drawn the criticism that Michelle Obama's anti-obesity campaign has generated. Some conservatives, such as former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, have complained about too much White House intervention in people's personal choices.

Wait, is she serious?

Promoting healthy eating and physical activity is “too much White House intervention in people's personal choices?” This is coming from the same camp trying to outlaw abortion because it goes against their religious views, right? So telling folks to workout and teaching healthier eating habits is frowned upon but you have the right to force any woman to carry a pregnancy to term?

Are you kidding me?

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