Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Obama infiltrates the public schools...

This past week most of us have heard about the National Endowment for the Arts conference call where Obama's White House is co-opting artists to spread his message / propaganda... As an artist I was appalled to hear how the President was trying to subvert fellow artists to sell his plans for our county. (If you missed it, do a search on Patrick Courrielche.)

Now Obama and his minions are reaching down into our children's school rooms. I'm not surprised, and I know you're not either!

Folks, we better be spreading the word and waking people up out there. In some cases the moves Obama and friends are making are subtle, in other they're more overt. Put the entire package together and we're rushing, running, tumbling, toward an America we won't recognize or like on any level in a few years.

Keep your children home on Sept. 8th if your school is participating in this. Better yet, get them out of public school altogether if you possibly can. Complain. Write.

Spread the word. If you work out of your home or have the ability, volunteer to watch your friends kids that day.

Critics Decry Obama's 'Indoctrination' Plan for Students

A suggested lesson plan that calls on students to write letters to themselves about what they can do to help President Obama following his address to students nationwide is troubling and establishes the president as a "superintendent in chief," education experts told

A suggested lesson plan that calls on school kids to write letters to themselves about what they can do to help President Obama is troubling some education experts, who say it establishes the president as a "superintendent in chief" and may indoctrinate children to support him politically.
But the White House says the speech is merely "designed to encourage kids to stay in school."

Obama will deliver a national address directly to students on Tuesday, which will be the first day of classes for many children across the country. The address, to be broadcast live on the White House's Web site, was announced in a letter to school principals last week by Education Secretary Arne Duncan....

...But in advance of the address, the Department of Education has offered educators "classroom activities" to coincide with Obama's message.

Students in grades pre-K-6, for example, are encouraged to "write letters to themselves about what they can do to help the president. These would be collected and redistributed at an appropriate later date by the teacher to make students accountable to their goals."

Teachers are also given guidance to tell students to "build background knowledge about the president of the United States by reading books about presidents and Barack Obama."

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