posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 11:15 AM
Just some context...
But can you point out the difference? I think both are quite disturbing, but one is more than the other.
One is a private church doing really weird singing songs about President Bush. The other is a public school doing the weird singing about President
This falls in line with the Pledge of Allegiance in my opinion. We are a country ruled by laws, not men. We follow the Constitution, not the flag.
We respect the flag, salute the flag and honor it, but our allegiance is not to it. When sworn into the military I seem to vaguely remember I was
swearing an oath to protect the Constitution and not the flag, which is a symbolic representation of our country.
Now back to the singing songs in high praise of the President. I can see if this song was about great presidents of the past. George Washington,
John Adams, Abraham Lincoln, etc. It is not so much they are signing a song about President Obama, its the words that are being said.
As I provided the link to the utterly weirdness happening in a church about singing to oh holy Bush, I am not disturbed because those people have
freely chosen to send their children into such a situation. Although we have freely chosen to send our kids to whatever type of school, there is a
point where something cross the line. The goal of Public Education is not to provide a good education, its to provide people good enough for