Michelle Obama Pushes ‘Walking School Buses’ In America

WASHINGTON, DC - First lady Michelle Obama runs across the South Lawn before joining school children in harvesting the summer crop from the White House Kitchen Garden at the White House May 28, 2013 in Washington, DC. The first lady was joined by students from Somerville, Massachusettes, Knox County, Tennessee, Milton, Vermont, Washington, DC; and Union Beach and Ship Bottom, New Jersey. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)IntelliHub – by Shepard Ambellas

In a mind control-like fashion, the First Lady, Michelle Obama, has been pushing a new program called “Walking School Buses” because “studies show” kids nowadays are lazy.

Americans have become lazier and more docile in recent years as their government and masters have brutally whipped them into submission incrementally. Now it has become one of Michelle Obama’s priorities to promote “Walking School Buses”, whatever those are.  

I mean after all, children have been both walking to school and taking buses since there was a school to go to or a bus to take. Why now do we need to have the First Lady telling us that our children need to walk in groups to school? How will this affect their safety? There are many unanswered questions, amongst the obvious one: Why?

The official website WalkingSchoolBus.org details how, “Studies show that fewer children are walking and biking to school, and more children are at risk of becoming overweight. Changing behaviors of children and parents require creative solutions that are safe and fun.

Implementing a walking school bus can be both… A walking school bus is a group of children walking to school with one or more adults. If that sounds simple, it is, and that’s part of the beauty of the walking school bus. It can be as informal as two families taking turns walking their children to school to as structured as a route with meeting points, a timetable and a regularly rotated schedule of trained volunteers.

A variation on the walking school bus is the bicycle train, in which adults supervise children riding their bikes to school. The flexibility of the walking school bus makes it appealing to communities of all sizes with varying needs.”

Do we really need groups of kids and adults to motivate kids to walk? Why now?

This now coming from a government organization and the same woman that told our kids what they can and can’t eat at school. The woman is a hypocrite to say the least.

An excerpt from HillBuzz.org, explains how the woman has two sides to her after touching on what other first ladies have done, “The role of America’s first lady has always been one American women have admired. Jackie Kennedy inspired an entire generation of women to invest in pill box hats, study French and dream of love.  Martha Washington probably inspired women of her day to volunteer their services to the army after her presence at the battle of Valley Forge was said to have rallied troop spirits. Laura Bush, with her quiet librarian-like dignity and sweet children’s books inspired moms to read more stories to their little ones.

Michelle Obama, on the other hand, inspires moms to angrily throw out magazines with her picture on it, specifically ones where she preaches that they should feed their children baked sweet potato fries, veggie subs, spaghetti peppered with carrots and broccoli and fresh squeezed carrot-lemonade. Yeah, okay. Is that before or after she scurries off for lobster dipped in butter or short ribs or the multitude of fast food joints where she’s been photographed stuffing her face?”

In some ways I have to wonder exactly what is the purpose of such a program. Is it truly designed to help kids get in shape, or is it merely a cover for something more sinister?

Is this a way of telling our kids they don’t deserve rides to school anymore? Is it a way to make them live in fear? Kids have walked alone or with friends to school since the beginning of education, what is different now?

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22 thoughts on “Michelle Obama Pushes ‘Walking School Buses’ In America

  1. Walking school busses and bycicle trains. Is she completly nuts – yep, kind of looks like she is. These obamas should get real about life in America and get off their high horse. P.S. I would love to see their kids walking to a public school and that goes for TPTB and all the other law makers then first.

  2. We had this BS in Britain about ten years ago. It is all about cutting transport costs for ordinary people. Greed disguised as a heath concern. But it is also extremely dangerous, kids and teachers walking en bloc by the road like that.

  3. Where does this fat bitch get the gall to complain about kids being lazy and obese while she sits on her gorilla-ass and spends my money on expensive vacations?

    Oh, boy….The nicotine patch isn’t doing it for me. I’ll never stop smoking with things like this crawling around in the White House.

    1. White Widow JR! 🙂
      Or maybe even Girl Scout Cookies! (I’ve heard that strain is very narcotic like and really tasty!)
      If your going to smoke smoke something that isn’t chemical laced and deadly. Not to mention the calming effect of herb is much better that tobacco!

          1. Of course I have! There isn’t much MMJ wise that I don’t know. I have placed an “order” for a sample. I like sour diesel for daytime and am still experimenting with night time smoke. So far I like an obscure strain called Papaya. Very fruity and I have begun calling it my skivvie weed because after I smoke it I ain’t going nowhere except bed.

          2. Damn you guys. Ya`ll making me jealous. I just don`t have the money or transportation . You guys , I wish I realy was there to induldg, and yes , I mean it.

          3. Sorry Diggs. I’ll be sure to bring a care package with me when I see ya. 🙂
            So #1 is it an energetic effect or couch lock? So far I have not heard, several friends across the country (even my nephew halfway between me and digger) say it’s great. The problem here though is they are recreational users that just want to get a buzz. They still don’t realize that some strains are for relaxing quietly and others are are ideal for partying and produce an upper effect. They may learn, they may not. Not my problem. 🙂

          4. La la land. Couldn’t get too energetic behind it.

            But then again, I rarely indulge anymore, so that could tilt the scales (pun intended) too.

          5. Even though if you do not induldge much any mor #1, I bet that it still puts a smile on your face, dosen`t it 🙂

    2. – A daily multivitamin with trace minerals
      – Inositol hexanicotinate (same as inositol hexaniacinate) 500 mg
      – A daily B complex vitamin to balance the high-dose niacin (inositol hexanicotinate)
      – Vitamin C 1,000 mg to cut cravings
      – Chromium picolinate 100 mcg to balance blood sugar and eliminate cravings
      – Tryptophan 200 mg at bedtime for sleep and to reduce irritability
      – Tyrosine 500 mg 1 to 2 times a day to replace the nicotine pick-me-up

      Andrew Saul, author of “Doctor Yourself,” recommends vitamin C spray each time a craving hits: http://www.doctoryourself.com/cstop.html

      Seems like pill popping to replace smoking, but it does help. Best of luck.

  4. Wow, I could have skipped a lot more school if this was the plan when I was a kid! We lived 15 miles from the schools. We really need to shut this Be’otch up.
    So I wonder, should she be hung first or Barry? Or at the same time? I think taping her eyelids open and an iron suit that prevents turning her head as she gets the pleasure of watching the evilest man since Hitler swing!

    1. Hell Rumms, just give that good old double noose rope so when they drop they hang together and kick the crap out of each other all at the same time. 🙂 🙂

  5. Nothing like a forced march to enhance the education experience. Gets those little suckers ready for the marches to FEMA camps.

    Best words I ever heard uttered from this commie’s mouth was none. Another unqualified disaster in the making.

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