Michelle's No Fat Kid Program Has a Problem

Clarice Feldman
Theodp on Slashdot reports a certain inconsistency is Michelle Obama's anti-fat kids program. (No, smartie, it's not that she's always photographed eating ice cream, while promoting veggies for us.)   

"The winners of the childhood obesity infographic design contest sponsored by GOOD and First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! initiative are in, and the overall winner calls out Sony's PlayStation as a major milestone on its timeline of childhood obesity (together with Coke, Pepsi, mall food courts, fructose and high sugar tariffs, TV, McDonald's, and other fast food). Somewhat ironically, the First Lady's other anti-childhood obesity efforts include a $60,000 video game contest."

h/t: PD
Theodp on Slashdot reports a certain inconsistency is Michelle Obama's anti-fat kids program. (No, smartie, it's not that she's always photographed eating ice cream, while promoting veggies for us.)   

"The winners of the childhood obesity infographic design contest sponsored by GOOD and First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! initiative are in, and the overall winner calls out Sony's PlayStation as a major milestone on its timeline of childhood obesity (together with Coke, Pepsi, mall food courts, fructose and high sugar tariffs, TV, McDonald's, and other fast food). Somewhat ironically, the First Lady's other anti-childhood obesity efforts include a $60,000 video game contest."

h/t: PD