Skip to comments.Confirmed: Kids' Praising Obama an Official Public School Activity (That Creepy Singing Video)
Posted on 09/24/2009 10:38:12 AM PDT by kristinn
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The whole thing make sme sick to my stomach. What happened to “it is your duty to question your leaders!”?
This is what happens with “public” education. It’s really “government” education. Even though we as Americans are having success with tea parties and such I don’t think we have completely discovered just how big of trouble our country is facing. Liberty and freedom are not just being threatened but has in fact been lost, albeit not completely but the damage is done except for the cleanup and closing of loose ends.
We are faced not with stopping the march of tyranny but rather reversing the power that has become entrenched and is expanding at an exponential rate. We have a lot more work to do than we realize.
Sorry, rant off
And here’s an “oldie” but a goodie
Ashville N.C. School teacher browbeats student over being a McCain supporter
Wonder what happened to the sweet, kindly teacher?
It appears the Fox News story I posted yesterday was edited and some information has now been put back in. Maybe they wanted to confirm the death threats.
There were death threats or at least one.
The teacher who did this has retired.
But here is the interesting thing. The kids also did songs about Washington and Lincoln. I want to see the lyrics of those songs.
“But Andrea Ciemnolonski, the parent of another one of the students in the video, said the song was part of a second-grade project on a variety of topics related to the month of February, such as Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day and Presidents Day.
“They did songs about President Washington, Lincoln, and they did do one about President Obama,” Ciemnolonski said. “My daughter was in the class that did the songs about Obama. It was black history month. ... It was something for the kids to celebrate.”
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