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Sarah Palin called “Froot Loop” by Jamie Oliver

HollywoodNews.com: Chef Jamie Oliver is apparently another person who isn’t quite a fan of Sarah Palin and he was happy to explain why.

Oliver was recently at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival where he was speaking about Michelle Obama working to change the eating habits of Americans and mostly children, states RadarOnline.com. Oliver took the opportunity to respond to Palin’s comment that no one should control what children eat.

“Clearly on this issue, she is a Froot Loop,” the ‘Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution’ host said.

Oliver has worked hard to get children eating healthier, while Palin doesn’t think the government should be involved.

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  • February 27, 2011 | Permalink |

    I think the U.S. government needs to be involved with what Americans should eat. Unlike European nations, we have the most processed, least healthful food available. I am of Italian heritage, and I have visited my relatives in Italy four times since 1979, and these people eat very healthy, it’s part of their culture. Several years ago, a study was conducted on where the lowest heart disease and heart attacks were found amongst the people, and the two places were Sicily and Crete, and it was attributed to their diet. We Americans are the fattest, least healthiest people on the planet, with the highest heart disease and heart attack rate. So, we need our government to help us, because the greedy food companies keep churning out so much unhealthy, fattening, artery-clogging foods, like McDonalds, Wendys, Burger King, and so many others, and with “super size” portions. NO WONDER we’re the fattest, most unhealthy country on the planet! In Italy, they eat several portions of fruit and vegetables every day, and they eat their dinner at 9 pm, yet they have the lowest heart attacks. Go figure. As long as we have dumbed-down Republitard hillbillies, who eat fast food every day, and they’re fat as can be, we will need a governent to help us improve our terrible eating habits. We really need to take lessons from Europeans, namely Mediterranean Europeans, who are about the healthiest people on the planet. Seriously!

  • February 27, 2011 | Permalink |

    Well, Jamie is sort of a dolt, isn’t he? I just love celebrities who know absolutely nothing about a topic and then come out with their “informed” opinion on something… i.e. re Sarah Palin.
    Jamie doesn’t know what the heck he is talking about, but I am sure that hanging around with liberals who hate Sarah Palin probably filled his brain with all the crap he needs to flap his lips on this subject.
    By the way… did Jamie question why Michelle has such a big butt? could it be all the fatty food she and her family eat while lecturing everyone else on what they should eat?
    I demand a photo of Michelle in a bikini… come on… our eyes might hurt a bit, but we will survive. Lets see that big butt out in the open and not hidden by billowy dresses and billowy outfits. Or does her husband have all her mommy jeans in his closet?

  • February 27, 2011 | Permalink |

    So, what is Jamie Oliver; a froot without the loop? Trim, tight, torrid Sarah Palin needs no adviice from soft, squishy, simpering British “celebrity chefs”.

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