Back to School: Would you reward good grades with cigarettes?

No? How about with doughnuts?
In Palm Beach, Fla., reports the Palm Beach Post, the three local Krispy Kreme stores are giving students in kindergarten through sixth grade a free doughnut for every A on their report card, limited to six each grading period. This is despite a local charity push, spearheaded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, to spend $1.4 M in area schools to fight childhood obesity and promote healthier lifestyles.
The best stat is in the online poll accompanying the story, in which 56% of the respondents say about the doughnut giveaway “It’s great. It’s a harmless incentive for reaching a goal.”