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Down The Slippery Slope

“If the Agriculture Department can tell us what can be served in schools, how long will it be before they decide what can be sold in supermarkets?,” asks Washington Times commentator Dick Boland. “We have a government that regulates fat content in the food served in our schools. That should be as far as it goes, and it also explains why kids don’t want to eat there. I think the motto of the Agriculture people is, ‘If it tastes good, spit it out.’ When it comes to trimming fat, we should probably be looking at why we are paying for this kind of intrusion into our lives,” concludes Boland.

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