Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Occupy Interboro

The greedy oligarchs that run the Interboro School District are demanding parents actually pay for their children's lunches and are viciously cracking down on those who don't.
"We tried something,” said (district finance officer Ken) King. “We tried to be liberal. And when we talked about it, we wanted the kids fed.”

But King and the board say that students’ families have taken advantage of the district (to the tune of $37,000) and are now “bleeding” the district.

So, now they're talking about actually denying children the lunches they need to get through the day - unless they PAY FOR THEM. School lunches should be a RIGHT, not a privilege for the wealthy few.

This is an OUTRAGE and it will not stand. Our group Occupy Interboro for Nutrition, Kids (OINK) will be taking over lunchrooms across the district starting tomorrow morning.

Our demands are as follows:
1. A school lunch debt forgiveness program to be instituted immediately.
2. Only locally grown, organic food served in every lunchroom
3. "Vegans Only" eating sections.
4. More diversity among the lunchroom staff.
5. Free desserts with whipped cream and a cherry on top.
6. Ken King's head.
OINK is prepared to Occupy Interboro for as long as it takes our demands to be met. Come stand, sit and lie down with us for justice.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I want to be the first to support OINK... Because it will not cost me nothin' to support their efforts. Could I care less about the vegan types? NOT!!! Should the kids who can pay for meals do so? Yeah... Don't matter, however, because if I can be a part of Occupy Interboro, I'm up for it. They're bad people, those who run that District, those who deny people their free lunch... After all, "There Is No Such Thing As A Free Lunch" is just an outdated business thought. School kids in Interboro? Let's unite... They are deserving of a Free Lunch no matter whether they can pay for it or not. They deserve... Occupy Interboro let's go ! ! ! OINK, OINK, OINK...

October 19, 2011 at 9:36 PM 

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home