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When it comes to junk food, the Obamas are all “do as I say, not as I do.” While a ban on junk food is soon to hit schools, thanks to the “Smart Snacks” program, just a handful of images demonstrate the point that dictating diets to others is not the solution for anybody's obesity problem:

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U.S. President Barack Obama eats his  lunch at Rudy's Hot Dog in Toledo, Ohio

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U.S. President Obama eats ice cream in Florida

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This isn't to say that junk food is good for anyone, but as clearly can be seen, the Obamas eat their fair share of it and are not “obese.” It must be that they do what keeps individuals in shape: exercise regularly.

Maybe if kids weren't caged up in schools for eight hours a day trying to fit round pegs into the square holes of the school curriculum, and could actually run around outside and play more often, there would be fewer obese kids.

The reason we have all these “do as I say, not as I do” examples from the Obamas is not that they are particularly bad human beings, but because there should not be a centralized government filled with fallible people commanding others how to live their lives.

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