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Will this result in a lot of out-of-shape leftists?
Posted by: Billy Hollis on Thursday, June 28, 2007

Bush Urges People to Exercise
 
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"I also think we spend a lot of money in the education system. We ought to insist on better food," Bush said.
Wonder what he’s on about there? That the money spent to educate kids to make better food choices is money well spent? That school lunches — and breakfasts — must be more nutritious — or at least lighter, so as not to contribute to the obesity problem? Or that, being so well — or at least so expensively — educated, we should demand better from those who supply and prepare our food? Is he talking about personal choices or advocating increased government involvement?

It’s all just guesswork. I suppose if I were one of his translaters, I’d push for the first interpretation. But, really, who can tell?
 
Written By: Linda Morgan
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Dang, that Rove is a sneaky fella.
 
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Michael Moore is angrily stuffing doughnuts in his mouth in reaction to Bush’s statement.
 
Written By: TallDave
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"Wonder what he’s on about there?"

A new federal program, naturally. Or perhaps just an expansion of "No Child Left Behind". Why should adults get all the good food? Children should be taught early the joys of gourmet cuisine. Perhaps a White House advisory position for Wolfgang Puck to create and implement new standards for school lunch programs. No more chocolate pudding, it will be mousse au chocolat from now on. Unfortunately, he will probably pick Emeril Lagasse. My choice would be Alton Brown(Good Eats). For the children.
 
Written By: timactual
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I remember when Bush won in 2000, I was cautiously optimistic, and really admired his penchant for physical fitness — we need a role model for that in this country! I hadn’t supported Bush in the election, to be sure — but I hadn’t really liked Gore either (I think the Bush supporters and the Clintonophobes turned me off more than the Gore supporters did, which led me to lean to Gore, though I voted Nader).

On my blog today I speculate on what we’d be thinking now about the Bush Presidency if 9-11 hadn’t happened.
 
Written By: Scott Erb
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"Bush Urges People to Exercise"

Sorry, dude, but if Suzanne Sommers can’t motivate me with a Thighmaster, there ain’t much chance of you doing it with a crotch-crunching mountain bike.
 
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