Skip to comments.Beware the 8th of September--2 Things to Watch
Posted on 09/07/2009 10:43:17 AM PDT by Welshman007
Tomorrow is being promoted as 'keep your children home from school' day. Various names have been used to describe the day from 'National Truancy Day' to 'Hall Pass Tuesday.' They all refer to the same thing.
Parents all across the United States are keeping their children out of school tomorrow to protest Barack Obama's address to school children...
The second thing to watch, however, is Congress. On Tuesday the House and Senate return from their summer break. 2 bills could be sent to the floor in short order without further debate, should the Democratic leadership decide to pull a fast one.
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Keeping your kids out of school is probably not necessary after they watered down the speech. Personally, I would prefer that people just make a stink about it. Make sure the libs understand that we caught them red-handed, and we are not going to take this from them. We should not have to watch our government like a hawk to make sure that they don’t usurp freedoms that we’ve heretofore taken for granted.
That’s a great reminder for all of us. There’s no telling what Congress will do while we’re busy watching our children!
Also, Orly Taitz is bringing yet another “ineligibility of Obama for the Presidency” case in Orange County tomorrow. Not getting my hopes up too much, but it is interesting that a Kenyan birth certificate (supposedly Obama’s) is being presented as an attachment.
Agreed! When ever you hear of a photo op, big speech, or event with the empty suit, LOOK BEHIND THE CURTAIN! The little trolls of congress and the senate are despicably shuving bills thru without a peep.
The speech is now probably not the thing to worry about - the suggested classroom activities after the speech are what parents should be asking their schools about. The information that was linked here on FreeRepublic and was to me something to cause concern.
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