Skip to comments.Mrs. Obama: Americans Should Drink Unsweetened Tea
Posted on 03/18/2015 3:36:16 PM PDT by ilovesarah2012
The First Lady of these United States is now urging Americans to stop drinking sweet tea.
Yes friends you heard correctly. Mrs. Obama has declared war on the House Wine of the South. Its all part of her anti-obesity campaign called Lets Move.
The website Free Beacon was the first to report on her latest culinary atrocities urging us to wash down our lettuce and bean sprouts with unsweetened tea.
The First Lady also told Americans to stay away from all-you-can-eat buffets which Im sure is great news for all those folks employed by all-you-can-eat buffets.
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Michelle needs to go suck a lemon!
It’s best un-sweetened.
When Mooch quits eating steak and lobster every chance she gets and starts flying coach like the ordinary folks maybe I will listen to her.....Stupid northerner not understanding all the goodness that is sweet tea
I do drink unsweetened tea. Now, I’ll have to stop.
It hasn't been effortless, but I'm good with it now. Lemon makes it easier.
But here's the shocker: I was able to make this decision on ALL BY MYSELF without needing Mrs. Obama to tell me what to do.
I feel like such a big boy!
SHUT UP ALREADY!
Mrs Obama should learn to run her own life and stay out of mine.
It sure doesn’t taste as well to me.
When I was growing up we had iced sweet tea for most meals. I guess it is what you are used to.
Tea? not a typo for pee?
Michelle Obama: "Let them drink unsweetened tea."
The French chopped Marie Antoinette's head off, even though cake tastes better than unsweetened tea.
mrs. nobama “should” stick it where the sun don’t shine.
When M.O. looks like she’s not fat...the preach it. Otherwise shut up!!
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