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Skip to comments.President Obama Writes Fifth Grader's Excuse Note
Posted on 06/03/2012 4:59:19 PM PDT by Uncle Slayton
For as long as there have been teachers, students have had excuses: my dog ate my homework, my computer crashed, I had food poisoning.
But 11-year-old Tyler Sullivan of Minnesota isn't one to make excuses. He's a good kid.
"If I was president I would say no more smoking, no more tobacco, and no more drugs," said Sullivan.
But on Friday, Sullivan skipped school for the first time in his life, to meet President Barack Obama.
(Excerpt) Read more at news.yahoo.com ...
Pay close attention to the kid's comments.
"If I was president I would say no more smoking, no more tobacco, and no more drugs."
This Sullivan kid has been conscripted into the Obama Youth Brigade, and forced to spout Obama rhetoric and some reason is scared to question Obama about his birth certificate and his being born in Kenya.
I would give him detention for an excuse like that.
Dear Teacher: There’s no excuse for me. Love, Barry
I quit smoking 4 years ago and quit drinking more than 30 years ago. The difference being kid, is that I will not try to force anybody to do the same and furthermore won't even ask them to.
Kid, it's people like you and your idol obama, who are nannying us to death.
They got suspicious when the note was signed, “Epstein’s Mom.”
Epstein could not be in class today.
It's a sad day when an 11 year old thinks the president of the united states has that power.
Remember the photo of the BO motorcade and the poor old man KNEELING before it as BO's limo passed by?
If someone has that picture, please post it. It shows everything you have just described. Pathetically.
This is so obviously a copy cat of what Chris Christie did in New Jersey a month or so ago when he wrote a note for a school boy whose father brought him to a town hall meeting. This is pitiful and just another desperate attempt to get a happy press story in the midst of all the bad economic news