Sep 4, 2009

Obama’s school address turns into firestorm

School Districts in six states refuse to show the planned Obama school address next week.

The Associated Press reports that the planned address to students “draws Republican ire.” It’s the ire of parents and school officials regardless of their political leanings.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see through the clumsy attempt by the administrations to indoctrinate young school children with Hitler Youth style propaganda.

The accusation sounds outrageous until you take a good long look at the scheme.

How long before they will be taking measurements for student uniforms complete with "Hope & Change" patches?

From the report at the link below:

White House officials seemed to be caught flat-footed by the response to what they say was a simple back to school address by President Obama to students across the nation -- and has turned into a firestorm.

The White House now admits that one of the lesson plans surrounding the speech was written clumsily, subjecting it to misinterpretation, and had to be re-written.

But that has not stopped concern and even outrage in some school districts across the country.

The opposition to Obama’s attempt to indoctrinate school children, complete with "lesson plans," can be summed up by the final quote in the report at the link below:

"When the president goes out to talk to students about education, this shouldn't be a tool for the right wing."

A high percentage of public school administrators are leftists, but Obama has really stuck it to them with this one. They have better things to do with their time than field angry calls about a carefully constructed propaganda piece foisted on them by the White House.

This is NOT your father’s Democratic Party!