Skip to comments.Unreal… Obama to High School Kids “I’m Going to Need Your Help to Lean on Elected Representatives”
Posted on 05/09/2013 7:33:28 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Barack Obama held a campaign stop at Manor Technical High School in Austin, Texas today. He used the high school kids as props for his speech.
Obama also told the high schoolers that he will need their help to push his agenda.
Every once in a while Im going to need your help to lean on your elected representatives
Heres the transcript via the White House website:
Now, there are three things that weve got to focus on to create more jobs and opportunity for the middle class. First of all, weve got to make America a magnet for good jobs. Second, weve got to help people earn the education and develop the skills they need to do those jobs. And number three, weve got to make sure that people who are working hard are able to achieve a decent living. (Applause.) All right? Thats what weve got to focus on.
And Ive sent Congress proposals on a whole range of ideas that will help in these three areas: creating jobs, helping families stay in their homes, lifting wages, helping more young people get a good education and afford college. But some of them have been blocked in Congress for, frankly, political reasons.....
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Turning the Kiddies into what they want.
Oh, they are Texas kids.
And don’t think the immigration deal is not ramming itself into Texas. It’s everywhere even at Mass on Sundays.
Cant’ get around on Fri
Get them while they are young. Year 2016 just around the corner and full of voters.
One word and one problem: Austin.
Text of Obamas speech at Manor New Tech High
And Ive sent Congress proposals on a whole range of ideas that will help in these three areas: creating jobs, helping families stay in their homes, lifting wages, helping more young people get a good education and afford college. But some of them have been blocked in Congress for, frankly, political reasons. And Im going to keep on trying. Im an optimistic guy, so Im just going to keep on talking to members of Congress, because I believe that America does best when we work together. (Applause.) I believe that.
Every once in a while Im going to need your help to lean on your elected representatives and say, hey, lets do something about this; even if dont like it politically, if its a good idea, lets go ahead and support it. So sometimes Im going to need constituents to pressure their members of Congress to do the right thing.
But where I can, Im just going to go ahead and take action on my own, including some executive actions that Im taking today that Im convinced will spur innovation and help businesses create more jobs. Because we know whats possible when Americans whether theyre Republicans or Democrats or independents are working together, and when parents and teachers and business owners and local leaders come together.
The list, Ping
Let me know if you would like to be on or off the ping list
Remarks from Obamas speech at Applied Materials
He is an evil snake.
That is because only a gullible child might still believe anything that comes out of the Liar’s mouth anymore...uh gullible children and our corrupt media that is.
We’ll know it’s bad if he starts fundraising in Dallas or parts beyond.
This Kenyan is one F’n CLOWN.
And their parents said......nothing.
'I want you to argue with them and get in their face'
“Hail, hail fire and snow, call the angel we will go, far away for to see, friendly angel come to me.”
Proselytizing children to be his thugs.
IF he gets huge donations we could be in trouble. But give to the dnc? Please.
That’s what I hate about Nazi fascists. They’re always turning the kids against the adults.
“Every once in a while Im going to need your help to lean on your elected representatives.”
He talks like a street thug. “Lean” on your elected officials? I picture the quote being spoken with a heavy mob accent.
one of the kids shoudl have raised their hands and said “But Mr Peresident, you’re goign to lose you job when they get doen with the Benghazi hearings, and quite frankly sir, You lied to us about Benghazi, hyou’ve bullied our supreme court, attacked Christians and hteir faith- so please, sir, tell us why we shoudll ift a figner to help you?”
If anything good comes of this, consider that most adults cringe and flinch over the stupid things that they did when they were kids...and believing Bamm-Bamm will be one of them.
It’s amazing how creepy and disturbing these posters are, 70 years later. I believe that the Stasi in East Germany also used children as their eyes and ears.
But...see something - say something, right??
Yes, I expect so too. I’m afraid it will be a couple of decades before this era is commonly seen as a period of mass stupidity
Every once in a while Im going to need your help
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Posted on September 2, 2009 10:34:38 PM PDT by Cindy
I heard our token president mention his masters in his speech, the standard nonsense about “Teachers don’t so it for the money”. Lest anyone forget, Obama’s handlers are the teachers’ unions, and everything else but their pay is secondary (which is naturally cycled back to the Dem Party, which is the political arm of the teachers’ unions); remember when people were losing their jobs and homes, and Obama said we should hire 100,000 new teachers? Every taxpayer in the US automatically funds the Dems through this racket.
‘’Fuhrer Command, We Follow!’’.
Don’t worry, president hussein; there are enough amoral and/or Leftist Americans with their hands out to the government for free stuff (at taxpayer expense) that you’ll get all the votes you need for pretty much anything.
I’m just outrage-exhausted.
You’ll never see the numbers but I would be interested in seeing how many kids were absent that day.
But, especially not Obama. No how, no way.
"Nice house that you have here. And you're a family man, too. Cute kids.....you should take care that nothing happens to them....."
2016 won't come soon enough.
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