Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Chairman Obama and Our Children

So what does the "last straw" look like? I think it looks like this:

The Almighty Obama takes over public school classrooms and begins the subordination and indoctrination of hundreds of thousands of American children.

Between Hitler, Mao, Lenin, Stalin, Che, Fidel, Mussolini, a long line of dictators started just this way. They took over the media, the commerce, the banks, and the schools. If you had any doubt about Obama's agenda before now, I hope you can finally see the forest for the trees.

Little Red Obama books in every school child's hand....I'm sure Bill Ayers is proud of this moment. The Obama's have been very good students themselves .... of all things Marx, Engels, Alinsky, etc. All things unAmerican, certainly.

People with any amount of little grey cells out there have to see what is going on. Sadly, I am picturing a lot of little inner city kids getting sucked right into this insanity. Instead of drug gangs, they will be forming Obama's army of thugs who will grow up to smash those right-wing terrorists who believe in the U.S. Constitution. Instead of growing up dreaming about actually working to create their own piece of American success, they'll be growing up dreaming of how to kill off anyone who disagrees with the Almighty Obama. Talk about dividing up our country into factions....this guy wins the prize.

Anyway...the last straw is when you go after kids. That really should be the last straw. Innocent children should not be used as pawns for political dictators. How much more unAmerican can you get????
What kind of man uses children to his own ends? (I hope you can answer that for yourself.)

Do you send your children to school in order to do things for the President? We're all working for Barack Soetoro / Obama now? This is a far cry from JFK's "ask what you can do for your country." This is asking, "What can you do for Barack Obama."

Here is part of the "lesson plan" sent out to the schools by the White House:

As students listen to the speech, they could think about the following:
What is the President trying to tell me?
What is the President asking me to do?
What new ideas and actions is the President challenging me to think about?

Students can record important parts of the speech where the President is asking them to do something.
Students might think about:
What specific job is he asking me to do?
Is he asking anything of anyone else?
The American people?

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