Joyanna Adams

Nobody's Opinion

Food Stamp Recipiants—Obama is Spending Your MONEY!

Nobody Reports:–

-That there is a consequence to all of Obama’s vacation costs. Yes…simply because of Congress, Obama had to fly BACK to Washington D.C., after arriving in Hawaii and joining his friends for golf…only to find out on the 18th hole that because of Congress’s ineptitude at coming to a consensus on TAXES…Obama had to fly back to D.C. and get it done…even though he knew before flying out, that he should have waited to join his family after this tax business was done. But, I guess he just couldn’t wait. Air Force One

SO…because Obama couldn’t wait..guess what? Due to lack of money, Georgia ran out of food stamps!  Children are starving! Not only that, but this other guy (see video below) spent his last wad of government money on getting his teeth whitened, never suspecting that since Obama spent his food stamp money on his vacation in Hawaii…he would have to actually WORK at getting his fair share.

Dialing the phone is beyond what we should expect of our good citizens.

That is why, Obama should not be allowed any more vacations. If I were a food stamp recipient, I’d be furious at President Obama for NOT thinking of the children. Really…

( find out where the money is actaully going…click on the lady with the big earrings in the window above…FOOD RANT. She is witness to the criminals working for Obama’s vacations. )

January 8, 2013 Posted by | Food, Food Stamps, Golf, Obama, Uncategorized | , , , | 2 Comments

You Do NOT Want To Know…

Nobody Gets Email

I have a great friend who loves to cook and eat…and why she sent me this, I have NO idea, because I’m always eating McDonalds.  Here’s a take from what is actually in some of the food we eat:

1. Duck Feathers and Chinese Women’s Hair

McDonald’s admitted that the l-cysteine (That’s hair or duck feathers) is used in its Baked Hot Apple Pie, as well as its Wheat Roll and Warm Cinnamon Roll, was of the duck-feather variety. Many other fast-food joints rely on l-cysteine in bakery products as well.

2. Sand

Silicon dioxide, also known as silica (also known as sand!), is used to make glass, optical fibers, ceramics, and cement. Oh, and chili. Used as an anti-caking agent, it is often added to processed beef and chicken to prevent clumping, and is listed in the ingredient panels for chili from both Wendy’s and Taco Bell.

3. Wood

Processed wood pulp, known as cellulose, is used in everything from cheese to salad dressing, from muffins to strawberry syrup. McDonalds, Taco Bell, KFC, Sonic, Pizza Hut, Wendy’s, Arby’s, Jack in the Box, and many others include cellulose in their repertoire.

(So THAT’s why most women can’t get rid of their cellulose thighs. You need to SHAVE it off.)

4. Silly Putty

Eight-syllable ingredients make sense for Silly Putty, but French fries? Sure enough, dimethylpolysiloxane, a form of silicone used in cosmetics and Silly Putty, is also found in many a fast-food fried thing. It is the secret ingredient that keeps fryer oil from foaming. McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish and French fries have it, as do Wendy’s Natural-Cut Fries With Sea Salt. In fact, most fast-food items that bathe in a deep-fat fryer are imbued with a hint of dimethylpolysiloxane.

(I’m having trouble imagining this one. )  

5. Petroleum

Petroleum-derived preservatives (TBHQ)  Tertiary butylhydroquinone (TBHQ) is made from compounds derived from petroleum and finds a home in cosmetic and skincare products, varnish, lacquers and resins – and processed food. McDonald’s, for example, uses it in 18 products ranging from their Fruit and Walnut Salad to Griddle Cakes to McNuggets.

(Which is why we MUST drill for oil here….McDonalds would go under if we went to war with Iran.)

6. Beetles

Meet carminic acid, a commonly used red food coloring that comes from the dried, crushed bodies of female scale insects called cochineal. Variously known as Cochineal, Cochineal Extract, Carmine, Crimson Lake, Natural Red 4, C.I. 75470, E120 – it is used in a wide variety of products ranging from some meat, sausages, processed poultry products, marinades, bakery products, toppings, cookies, deserts, icings, pie fillings, jams, preservs, gelatins, juices, drinks, dairy products, sauces and dessert products

7. Slime

It is commonly referred to as “pink slime.” Looking more like frosting than pureed meat and bone bits, the FDA defines mechanically separated poultry (MSP) as “a paste-like and batter-like poultry product produced by forcing bones, with attached edible tissue, through a sieve or similar device under high pressure to separate bone from the edible tissue.”

(Sounds pretty much like most of Congress, with the exception of Al Gore who would be called Green Slime.)

Okay. if you want more go here.

I might try adding a bit of sand to my chili, or some Silly Putty to my fryer. 

Nobody thought reading about Monsanto was bad….the genetically altered strawberry that I was repulsed by is starting to look pretty good.

(Uh..Thanks to Mona, I think. )  

July 15, 2012 Posted by | Food, Uncategorized | , | 6 Comments



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