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As part of a good practice.
The food police does not think Tony the Tiger is so girl right the government now pressuring companies to stop marketing certain foods to kids.
House Republicans though pushing back in trying to get the administration to back off.
Congress -- are they outlook for North Carolina is one of them congressman so I think -- so much for your time what's going on here.
We'll visiting with you again Elizabeth you know this is hit yet another fine example of the Obama administration and -- overreach of regulation.
Right now we need jobs we need -- creating jobs in America not targeting the food industry for their advertising that's just creating more uncertainty.
We've got to pull back on these things in in the House of Representatives you know we are working so hard.
At trying to deep -- the amount of government in everyone's life -- -- the parents to be making choices for their children.
Not advertised not targeting advertising for peanut butter and cereal and all these other silly notions.
They're -- and I just wonder when they're gonna outlaw account tropical it's popular crunch but it what's next.
Let me now -- -- McDonald is say you know the balance -- -- dials and pass it right because it has diligently.
Big issue though they're they're saying is that this is about our obesity in children that food marketers are purposely using these cartoon type characters.
To market to -- -- again and again and you say no this these should not put this in the hands of government bureaucrats.
That it's -- for the parents to decide is that right.
Absolutely you know let's face it yes -- in these things are appealing to children you know what I'm 47 years old I've been watching Tony the Tiger in Count Dracula all my life.
But you know the -- you know -- raise its core.
Don't really know everything in moderation.
As a -- I say look you know every now and then extremism treat for kids but it is not the job of the government's -- making these this isn't.
It is for parents to be deciding for our children.
And this again is just yet another example of over -- to a sector of our economy that just simply can't afford it.
Anderson let's go through what happened when congress brought this up -- time in 2007.
And the Houdini like contortions that the food companies set to go through for example.
General Mills wouldn't words not allowed to market tricks to children but.
They could market cocoa puffs because you know why.
One less gram of sugar cocoa pops I mean is that we're we're gonna -- that -- seeing congress those types of laws coming out.
Exactly you know and they're basing these things on the food ingredients and why not it's just ridiculous this is not what Washington is about.
This shouldn't be about the people are tired of that and they see how Washington has ground to extraordinary levels that seriously they're sitting around the table deciding 1% 2% one -- to ramp that's absolutely ridiculous.
And you know as a mom hey I make the decisions about what what goes on the table in my house and so -- all moms across this country.
This is coming out of the First Lady Michelle Obama's efforts to stop obesity in children.
Which is a good effort but is -- coming out of that.
Well I think is I think it is part of that common attachment.
It at the Washington -- let's just say the bureaucratic Washington model you know efforts are noble.
I'm I think maybe they go a little too far as well but you know -- she means well and you know the -- And about the economy we're talking about the food industry and you know in North Carolina I've got pork producers I've got chicken producers.
Culture is big.
You know even they are gonna start feeling the pinch you know how it goes once that regulation gets put in place it just explodes from that point -- -- congress and her -- commerce thank you so much for your time really appreciate it.
It'd be with -- -- name here okay.
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