By John F. Di Leo -
Asparagus is wonderful for you.
Depending on how it’s prepared, asparagus provides — at a minimum — iron, vitamins C, and B-6, potassium, fiber, and a trace of magnesium and calcium as well. But asparagus can be tricky to prepare, and it can be expensive. So, what is a health-conscious family to do?
Well, let’s say the government decided to step in. A president might say, on some random Monday, “I hereby declare that, effective this coming Saturday, every American person — male, female, and gender-bewildered — is entitled to eight free servings of asparagus every month.”
But… how to accomplish it? We have over 330 million people in America (tens of millions more if you count illegal aliens and voter registrations); that’s a heck of a job. The government certainly doesn’t have the facilities to provide such a service.
More, in the American Thinker, here: