Here are the easy-to-follow instructions: anytime your child wants another Happy Meal after just having one yesterday, use the above pictured tool. Use of this tool also works very well if you do not want your child to have anything from McDonald’s at all. This tool also works quite well for anything else you do not wish them to have or do. If your child cries or misbehaves after use of this tool, use the tool again as often as necessary. It can be used many times in a very short period of time with no ill effects to your child.
There you have it. Instead of blaming free enterprise marketing for children getting too much of something that is unhealthy for them, let’s put the blame where it really belongs. Spineless parents who won’t tell their children no, and those who give in to their children just because they yell and scream for it. When parents actually parent, there is no problem.
>Did you note the objection raised by one of the school board members to the reading of the profane language in a public meeting because of children being present? In other words, it’s appropriate for this kind of thing to be in the classroom in the name of “diversity”, but inappropriate for the same children in a school board meeting. This is a typical leftist’s version of the First Amendment.
It would seem the indoctrination of this group of students was successful. A very civilized protest, wouldn’t you say?
This happened while Obama was visiting Ireland. Apparently, his driver doesn’t know to drive over humps like this at an angle. Well, actually, he does now.
The Obama administration denies that they are in favor of this, but several lawmakers have suggested it, as has the CBO. The Hill:
The Obama administration has floated a transportation authorization bill that would require the study and implementation of a to tax automobile drivers based on how many miles they drive.
The plan is a part of the administration’s “Transportation Opportunities Act,” an undated draft of which was obtained this week by Transportation Weekly.
March Congressional Budget Office report that supported the idea of taxing drivers based on miles driven.Among other things, CBO suggested that a vehicle miles traveled (VMT) tax could be tracked by installing electronic equipment on each car to determine how many miles were driven; payment could take place electronically at filling stations.The CBO report was requested by Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad (D-ND), who has proposed taxing cars by the mile as a way to increase federal highway revenues.Obama’s proposal seems to follow up on that idea in section 2218 of the draft bill. That section would create, within the Federal Highway Administration, a Surface Transportation Revenue Alternatives Office. It would be tasked with creating a “study framework that defines the functionality of a mileage-based user fee system and other systems.”