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  1. Until last Saturday, as a lifelong conservative I was in complete agreement with your assessment. The qtr final 4a texas state playoff game was between Manor and Cedar Park, schools located in the Austin suburbs about 24 miles apart. Cedar Park is 95 % white and out weighs Manor 90% black by 45 #’s per person. Classic rich verus poor public school. Go to there web sites and compare there lunch menu’s for resource availability. A snap/individual accountability discussion becomes becomes meaningless and offensive to the audience the Gop needs to gather

    Comment by Greg Brou — December 17, 2012 @ 9:39 am

  2. I don’t see the relevance. Please elaborate. At a min, you’re assuming that heavyweight kids at Manor, assuming they exist are equally inclined to play football in a culture which may favor basketball, and perhaps at a school with poor facilities for FB leading to lack of interest. You have to prove it’s a comparable situation, and even then, why it’s relevant.

    Comment by Tom — December 17, 2012 @ 11:01 am

  3. #1, Sure, I can see how that…huh? You suddenly decided to ignore objectively true facts about food stamps based on the differences in weight between football players from two different schools? And what do school lunches have to do with SNAP?

    Comment by zf — December 17, 2012 @ 11:25 am

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