posted on Sep, 4 2009 @ 12:47 PM
Originally posted by BlackOps719
All partisan bickering aside, I have a genuine question for the Obama supporters.
Does it not seem a tad bit creepy that this man wishes to address our 5 years olds directly? Is that not even a little bizarre considering the current
political turmoil and overall climate?
By the time a child goes through school, they can go through 3-4 presidents. They should know exactly who they are and the decisions that were made
for their futures.
It is just another social studies class to me.
Children make up a signifcant population in this country, and they have a right to know who their leaders are along with everyone else.
So the president is showing interest in a part of the population that has been ignored till this point.
I just consider it a fancy version of career day.
Don't complain then if kids can't answer, who was the 16th president of the United States, because you are now teaching them to stay dumbed down and
Im sure I will get raked over for pointing it out, but there once was another leader took special interest in addressing the direct
indoctrination of his nations children, in order to promote a strong and educated young nation of doers and followers.
They eventually came to be known as the Hitler Youth.
Now before any of you Obama fan boys blow a hole in your shorts, Im not saying Obama IS Hitler....Im simply saying a lot of his actions and ideas are
very Hitler like at their most basic point.
Every politician someone doesn't like goes through this. It is played out and old.
I am sure Hitler brushed his teeth. So does Obama. Hitler wore pants, so does Obama. Hitler saw a doctor. So does Obama. Yep, he is Hitler!
Yes...the fact that he wishes to address the nations children directly should be a red flag with parents, because it has already been done
before and it ended poorly.
Yea all the forced readings of the Gettysburg address really makes you wanna go gas someone.
All those forced school field trips to washington DC really makes you wanna have a baby for the furor.
Because somehow, this one particular presidential speech is going to have such a monumental effect that all children are going to be indoctrinated.
And you tell us that we think he is the messiah.