That’s Right Nate

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Obama’s Attempt to Brainwash our Children

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You know who else liked addressing children? Hitler

Imagine sending your children to the safety of their own school only to find out that the day’s lessons will include reciting a socialist oath of allegiance?   Would you do it?  Millions of parents were faced with that very decision back on Columbus Day in 1892 when Republican President Benjamin Harrison applauded efforts to have school children across the nation recite The Pledge of Allegiance–an oath written by avowed socialist Francis Bellamy.   Despite the best efforts of your humble blogger, this socialist oath continues to be used to indoctrinate our children into the world of universal socialism.

This week Barrack Obama will attempt to further indoctrinate your children by speaking to them this coming Tuesday in school and pushing his own personal values. An Obama mouthpiece Tommy Vietor stated, “The goal of the speech and the lesson plans is to challenge students to work hard in school, to not drop out and to meet short-term goals like behaving in class, doing their homework and goals that parents and teachers alike can agree are noble. This isn’t a policy speech. This is a speech designed to encourage kids to stay in school.”

Really? Isn’t staying in school and working hard a value?  It’s certainly not one that I want my daughter exposed to.  Do you know who else liked to speak to school children? Adolph Hitler–you can look it up.   My relationship with my daughter was nearly shattered when she got brainwashed by her liberal teachers into supporting Obama over my objections in the election.  It was only my post-election panic attack which brought us back together.

What many people consider objectionable is the materials that were sent to principals a week ago.  These materials contained lesson plans that encouraged students to “take notes”, “write down key phrases”, and “write letters to themselves on how they can achieve their own goals”.   I’m sorry, but school is not the place for this sort of thing.  Taking notes forces students to pay attention to what is said, when they might otherwise not be inclined to.

If you do not want your children coming home from school that day talking about collective farming and religion being the opiate of the masses keep your children home.  If that is not practical, then please keep them up late on Monday night perhaps playing video games.   Send them to school without breakfast the following morning or with an overdose of high fructose corn syrup so that they will crash before the speech even starts.  You could also suggest they try health care town hall tactics in the classroom and attempt to disrupt the President’s speech by shouting down the teacher.


Written by thatsrightnate

September 3, 2009 at 8:57 pm

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  1. Great Post. Technically, Francis Bellamy wrote the pledge and he was touting the same national socialism as his cousin Edward Bellamy, an author of socialist novels. The Pledge was the origin of the stiff-arm salute adopted later by the National Socialist German Workers Party toward their flags/leaders (mimicking American socialist behavior) and, by the way, their flag’s symbol they called a Hakenkreuz (hooked cross), not a swastika, and they used it to symbolize crossed S-letters for “Socialism” under the National Socialist German Workers Party. All of the above are part of the discoveries of the symbologist Dr. Rex Curry.

    Tinny Ray

    September 4, 2009 at 5:43 am

  2. Yeah uhm thank you.


    September 4, 2009 at 2:40 pm

  3. Great Post. Technically, an overdose of high fructose corn syrup won’t make adolescents crash until 4th period, or art class, whichever is first. That’s just from personal experiments, repeated frequently, and with similar results, until a hypothesis was reached.


    September 5, 2009 at 10:08 pm

  4. Thank you Cody, that’s great to know. I suppose one must start much earlier with the sugary cereal.


    September 5, 2009 at 11:14 pm

  5. Umm… had maple syrup with pancakes this mor… zzzzzz…


    September 15, 2009 at 8:53 am

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