We mean really. If the little squirts can’t perform when we have so very kindly offered them food that the lumps of foul deformity they call parents can’t be bothered to provide, why should we bother? I mean, feeding kids just so they won’t be hungry couldn’t possibly be enough to justify the expense. If we do that, we might have to cut back on the golf trips to Florida… Oops! Did we say that out loud?!
Think we’re engaging in a bit of Onion-esque satire? Check out this video:
Mulvaney: No evidence that after-school programs to help kids get fed improves performance. pic.twitter.com/ShsSeatmMs
— Axios (@axios) March 16, 2017
Personally, we like this guy’s response:
— Charles Buchanan (@CRobertBuchanan) March 16, 2017
And this one, too:
How about this?
Helping kids get fed is a responsibility of all adults, no matter what performance they have bc we aren't monsters… https://t.co/ZubLb6RTLE
— David Yankovich (@DavidYankovich) March 16, 2017