Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Save a military hero

Don't lose sight of the fact there are two Obamas in the White House.

There's the man of the house. And there's her husband, Barack.

Now, just in case you're thinking I'm out of line by picking on the First Lady, keep in mind that Michelle (or, "M'Sel" in her native Klingon) isn't running around planting trees or cutting the ribbon on department stores. She's running around telling you what you can eat. It's part of the Nanny State mentality of the left.

Anyway, she's now got a new notch on her belt. And it's a two-for-one: She's winning her control of your dinner plate, and putting a military icon out of business.

Yes, there are fears that Cap'n Crunch will lose his job.

That bowl of wonderfulness that cuts the inside of your mouth to little pieces in the most delightfully painful way may soon be no more.

Think about that. Your children ... or your children's children ... may not be able to enjoy a bowl of Cap'n Crunch. Not regular Cap'n Crunch (my favorite). Not Peanut Butter Crunch (poor Smedley). Not Crunch Berries.

Now, Quaker Oats is denying reports that the cereal is going away. But I gotta wonder. Is this simply the first step to erase our childhoods?

We must take action to ensure that Cap'n Crunch remains available for generations to come. Dentists, tooth fairies, and children's happiness all depend on Cap'n Crunch remaining a daily part of a wholly-unbalanced breakfast.

1 comment:

  1. I am a fan of the peanut butter Cap'n Crunch, but on occasion, I have been known to eat a bowl or five of regular. This is not even the final straw that this band of drooling idiots will try to put on our backs, either.

    Hate is not a strong enough word for what I feel about this.


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