Enter the Indoctrinator

Obama Out of Line With School Speech

At 9 a.m. Tuesday, everyone’s Favorite Democrat/Socialist (that’s Nazi, if you can’t read between the lines) Barack Hussein (that’s right, his middle name is the same as Saddam’s last!) Obama (that’s right, it sounds like Osama!) will make a speech to our students. Did you follow that? No? Good.

This speech will be dangerous:

According to the San Diego Union-Tribune Obama’s “15- to 20-minute message will challenge students to work hard, set educational goals, and take responsibility for their learning.” The bastard!

Prominent voices on the right have identified the real motivation behind Obama’s fifteen minute, back-to-school special: Glenn Beck, in his fight with Rush Limbaugh to become the voice of American Conservatism, called the speech “a part of the administration’s ‘indoctrination’ of you youth, adding that “they are capturing your kids!”

Not to be outdone by the party spokesman, “Jim Greer, chairman of Florida’s Republican Party, said he is ‘absolutely appalled that tax-payer dollars are being used to spread President Obama’s socialist ideology.’”

One of Grossmont School District’s Trustees spoke on behalf of San Diego Republicans when he called the fuhr— I mean, the president’s speech and subsequent follow-up (like writing a letter to yourself to internalize the speech) something akin to a cult of personality.

The Union-Tribune, despite putting Glenn Beck on the front page, a Colbertian zinger when it added, fortunately at the end of the article, that Obama is not the first president to try to spread his insidious political agenda in the classroom. Apparently the previous indoctrinator, one George H.W. Bush, made a similar speech in 1991, asking “students to demand more of themselves.”

In reaction, Democrats saw through this neoconservative sham and “attacked the speech as political advertising and” . wasting taxpayer money.

As weird as it is that Obama wants to talk to classroom children, his message, which has yet to be delivered, seems innocuous or even good.  Perhaps this is because I was an Obamaniac on election night. But if I were a child, and the president told me to own up about my education, I stand to attention, salute, and begin taking responsibility for my education. Apparently, that’s what we’re afraid of…

The fact that parents are taking their children out of school is ridiculous. But this is American politics, it’s to be expected.

But seriously, watch out what you write on those signed notes to excuse your children from this indoctrinating speech. Guess what Obama will use to consign his detainees next September? To protect yourself from this dangerous, big government (that is so incompetent that it can never, ever run any kind of healthcare, expect that it does for veterans), please sign all your notes, Khalid Sheik Mohammed. Obama will be thrilled to get the notes from his friend, the secret muslim he is.

Sources: Union-Tribune, New York Times

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One thought on “Enter the Indoctrinator

  1. Mr. John Earnest, great post. Absolutely hilarious!
    Especially the part

    “This speech will be dangerous:
    According to the San Diego Union-Tribune Obama’s “15- to 20-minute message will challenge students to work hard, set educational goals, and take responsibility for their learning.” The bastard!”

    Great work, John!

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