As a Christian, I have an issue with this


tay
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said Koltiska. “It’s sinful and shameful is what it is.”

“God is love, and we should love one another and be kind,” Koltiska said. “There’s enough wealth in this world that no child should go hungry, especially in school. To me this is just wrong.”

Stacy Koltiska said that she will never forget the look in the little boy’s eyes. As an elementary school lunchroom staffer, her job was to work the register for the children when they paid for their meals.

But the boy had a negative balance on his account, and a new policy in the Canon-McMillan, Pa. school district this year prevents cafeteria workers from serving a hot meal to students who owe more than $25. Koltiska said she had to follow the policy and was ordered to refuse the boy his hot meal because he couldn’t pay for it.

Rather than continue to enforce the policy at Wylandville Elementary School , Koltiska tendered her resignation last week. Koltiska said in an interview that she had worked for the school district for two years. She said she was stunned by the new policy, which began this fall.

School lunch worker quits after being forced to refuse hot meal to poor student (external - login to view)
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Ah, the beauty of socialism.
 
Danbones
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Quote:

The contents of the hot lunch, such as chicken nuggets or corn dog bites

That's why I am not christian, their diet has the word DIE in it
 
taxslave
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Our Lions club spends a couple of thousand a year maintaining the lunch program at the local elementary school even though this is a fairly affluent area. We do have our share of deadbeats that can afford booze and crack but not food for their kids.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Our Lions club spends a couple of thousand a year maintaining the lunch program at the local elementary school even though this is a fairly affluent area. We do have our share of deadbeats that can afford booze and crack but not food for their kids.

You should do like these good people and punish the children of the deadbeats. That'll show 'em!
 
MHz
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Why not just slip the kid the $25 rather than quit your job? It isn't like the replacement would make it so the kid has something to eat.

The real deadbeats are those who inherit their wealth. Tap the trillionairs first and tap them hard.
 
Remington1
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I also would have paid the $25 dollar, but I have to say that such a rule is just mean. It is not a solution!! There are a handful of parents that cannot (or don't five a ****) afford the money, but it is money! a child is a child! whatever is needed to cover these few kids meal, do it man, what the F&^k!! organize a bake-off, do a $1.00 collection from the staff every month...
 
Corduroy
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If that kid wants a handout, he can go stand in a Leningrad bread line. Freedom ain't free.
 
Ludlow
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Quote: Originally Posted by CorduroyView Post

If that kid wants a handout, he can go stand in a Leningrad bread line. Freedom ain't free.

I see compassion and empathy are your strong suits.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Goddam socialists!
 
Ludlow
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Goddam socialists!

I grow impatient with folks like bones making light of such situations. Cut loose with some sammiches gawd dammit.
 
Corduroy
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Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

I see compassion and empathy are your strong suits.

Compassion and empathy are only useful for marketing. If the kid was a true American he would capitalize on that. He should probably be vetted for Islamic or communist sympathies. Ban all starving children until we figure out what the hell is going on.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

I grow impatient with folks like bones making light of such situations. Cut loose with some sammiches gawd dammit.

Maybe I need some government-funded compassion counselling.

Hey, Corduroy, you could bid on the contract!
 
darkbeaver
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Filthy urchins, it's getting to be hard to navigate the sidewalks without mobs of them with thier hands out.
 
Corduroy
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Maybe I need some government-funded compassion counselling.

Hey, Corduroy, you could bid on the contract!


Just send your cheques to my Panamanian PO Box.
 
TenPenny
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schools shouldn't be providing lunches, that's for restaurants.
 
darkbeaver
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The stinky little ragamuffin has got educated if you have no coin you don't eat. If it has any brains it would learn how to thieve the lunch money, like a banker. Lazy, all of them.
 
Corduroy
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

Filthy urchins, it's getting to be hard to navigate the sidewalks without mobs of them with thier hands out.

Jesus had the same problem.

Quote: Originally Posted by TenPennyView Post

schools shouldn't be providing lunches, that's for restaurants.

Exactly. That cafeteria worker should have offered he earn his lunch by working in the kitchen.
 
darkbeaver
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Quote: Originally Posted by CorduroyView Post

Jesus had the same problem.

I had forgotten that, Revelations wasn't it, 9/23 I seem to recall.
 
Corduroy
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All the Gospels recount of how Jesus was beset with mobs of sick and poor. But when a woman wanted to anoint him with expensive oil and his disciples were like whoa you could sell that and feed the poor, Jesus was like there will always be poor people, oil me up! A couple of times the disciples were like hey we don't have enough food to feed all these people, should we go buy some? Jesus was like whatever just divide a couple of loaves and fishes among them.
 
Ludlow
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

Filthy urchins, it's getting to be hard to navigate the sidewalks without mobs of them with thier hands out.

You.re suppose to drive your car on the street dumbazz. Get off the booze already.
 
darkbeaver
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The streets are covered with them as well.
 
Machjo
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Ah, the beauty of socialism.

Socialist might be the wrong word here, but I'd say I'm very socialistic when it comes to public education. Providing a free meal to students at school is a good idea in my opinion. Now that is money well spent. I'd say even give them breakfast before class, lunch at noon, and supper after school in cases of parents who fall below a certain poverty line.
 
Corduroy
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Quote: Originally Posted by MachjoView Post

Socialist might be the wrong word here, but I'd say I'm very socialistic when it comes to public education. Providing a free meal to students at school is a good idea in my opinion. Now that is money well spent. I'd say even give them breakfast before class, lunch at noon, and supper after school in cases of parents who fall below a certain poverty line.

But don't you think they'd learn valuable lessons about personal responsibility if they starved?
 
Machjo
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Quote: Originally Posted by CorduroyView Post

But don't you think they'd learn valuable lessons about personal responsibility if they starved?

Oh silly me. Maybe we can open schools on the old indian residential-school model. Have kids work in the field growing crops and fixing the school for half of the school day and still underfeed them.

Come to think of it, why have public schools at all. If the parents can'd pay for the kid's education, we should just send him to a factory.
 
Corduroy
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Quote: Originally Posted by MachjoView Post

Oh silly me. Maybe we can open schools on the old indian residential-school model. Have kids work in the field growing crops and fixing the school for half of the school day and still underfeed them.

That wouldn't be teaching them enough personal responsibility. Whose land is that they're growing crops on to feed themselves? They should pay rent.
 
Machjo
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Quote: Originally Posted by CorduroyView Post

That wouldn't be teaching them enough personal responsibility. Whose land is that they're growing crops on to feed themselves? They should pay rent.

Again, silly me. Factories could make use of their little fingers to clean the inside of shells and such. Much less expensive than buying machines to do it.
 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by CorduroyView Post

Compassion and empathy are only useful for marketing. If the kid was a true American he would capitalize on that. He should probably be vetted for Islamic or communist sympathies. Ban all starving children until we figure out what the hell is going on.

That is obviously above your pay grade.
 
Cliffy
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tay
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Quote: Originally Posted by CliffyView Post

httpwwwyoutubecomwatchvUXrB7Y6gVN8


That's freaking brilliantly accurate......



 

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