Obama Thinks You’re too Stupid to Pick Good Food, Wants ‘Talking Shopping Cart’ to Guide You
So, you are just a lowly, stupid American that needs Obama to guide you in all aspects of your life. In fact, you are so stupid you don’t know how to pick the “right” foods, so The One wants you to use his “talking shopping cart” in the grocery store, a device that will “congratulate” you when you put the “right” food into the basket.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is suggesting major changes to grocery stores to “nudge” Americans to purchase healthier foods when they shop.
The agency commissioned an “expert panel” to make recommendations on how to guide the more than 47 million Americans on food stamps into spending their benefits on fruits and vegetables.
The group released an 80-page report this month presenting their ideas, which include talking shopping carts and a marketing strategy for grocery chains that would feature better store lighting for healthier items.
One wonders how anyone ever got along until Obama the “lightbringer” rode into Washington on his white unicorn to save us from ourselves?
Warner Todd Huston
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