Look Who's Calling Who 'Fat'?

By Bob Parks | September 9, 2013 | 1:05pm EDT

Twenty states believe it's their place to send "fat letters" home with children, telling their parents the children are at risk of being obese unless they eat healthier foods. With that, has anyone taken a good look at the weight of some teachers, administrators, and union officials?

Let me help you out...

So many things come to mind here: Matthew 7:1, "Judge not, that ye be not judged," or "leadership begins at the top." You know, stuff like that.

So before schools decide to send fairly humiliating letters home with students to parents...

... perhaps they should take a good look in a mirror first.

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