Skip to comments.What Indoctrination Speech?
Posted on 09/03/2009 6:23:46 PM PDT by sdkruiser
Many of my friends on the left consoled me last November by saying I'd probably have more fun and more material working from the opposition.
Holy crap were they right!
That is, it's fun until this poop-flinging bunch of lefty monkeys completely dismantles the Constitution and exiles me to a patchouli camp in Berkeley.
For the moment, however, it's an unmitigated blast watching Team Lightbringer egregiously overreach and stunningly underachieve.
There's enough toolishness coming from the left to keep a staff of bloggers busy but I'll stick with the topic from the previous two days: the Obama "Can't Start 'Em Too Young" speech on Sept. 8 and some of the uproar surrounding it.
Obama staffers arrogantly assumed they could do the Alinsky two-step and begin organizing the community while they're still practically in utero and went ahead with a blatant attempt at indoctrinating school kids. In days gone by, the more insidious aspects of this plan would have been restricted to internal memos or kept to a word-of-mouth level. Such precautions aren't considered by an administration and president who have spent precious little time outside of the "Cone of Sycophants".
(Excerpt) Read more at stephenkruiser.com ...
Good read! Thanks for posting :)
Pretty good. And I loved the “Cone of Sycophants”! It perfectly sums up the BO White House and the tone-deaf amateurs who thought it would be a good idea to indoctrinate children about Dear Leader.
If ia m not mistaken, didn’t Obama try an indoctrination program in a Chicago school using Bill Ayers grant funds????Anyone have a link to the info, I remember something about that before the election.
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