Republican congressional candidate Matt Doheny went to General Brown High School on Thursday and ate a school lunch to experience first-hand the effects of new federal calorie limits.
Using Wally Siebel's scale, I'd say Mr. Doheny would give the meal zero forks.
"My campaign manager and I had to get a snack after lunch," Mr. Doheny said.
He said that he ate a small burger on a wheat bun, with baked beans, peaches, and some non-fat chocolate milk (his beverage choice was an effort at fitting in, Mr. Doheny said).
"It's not working," Mr. Doheny said. "Students were pretty clear. When you see the hamburger, a small patty with a wheat roll, with a little lettuce and tomato. I was only allowed two ketchup packets. Swear to God."