Another School Speaks Out Against Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act

Another School Speaks Out Against Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act

Inspired by last month’s “We are Hungry” parody video criticizing newly implemented federal school lunch regulations, students at another Kansas high school have created their own video protest of the government’s restrictive food rations.

Students at Rolla High School created the new video, titled “The HUNGER Games – A Parody of the 2012 School Lunch Program,” which slams their light lunches for leaving them hungry and tired.

The video, which has been posted on YouTube, sharply criticizes the government’s “one-size-fits-all approach to dining.”

“As ordered by the regime, you are going to receive less portions and you are going to be expected to do more. Because you are fat,” one of the student actors says at the beginning of the video.

Terri Taylor, a high school computer teacher at Rolla whose students created the video, told The Daily Caller that her students “were feeling the exact same way [as the students in the ‘We are Hungry” video’] and wanted to also have their voice be heard.”

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  • Aristophanes

    This is really ridiculous. The government getting involved in what kids eat for lunch? Try looking at all the chemicals and additives that are being put in food and the lack of exercise. Kids are not going to eat what they don’t like, so all the government has done is make it where the kids are hungry. Yeah, that will really help them be alert to learn.

  • Anita

    Wonder what, and how much, the Obama girls eat.!?