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posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 07:11 PM
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reply to post by 3chainz
 


Well ok one of those vids was done at a rally and the kids are with their parents and chanting MItt Mitt. At least some kids are on the right path.

The one girl in the blue dress, obviously at a parent's party and she's wearing her party dress, I can't understand what she is singing.

I didn't bother with the rest.

The Obama vid is clearly a propaganda piece with all the pieces of the liberal agenda fitting nicely in the stanzas, polar bears and all.




posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 07:22 PM
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No clue what you're talking about.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 07:23 PM
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Well ok one of those vids was done at a rally and the kids are with their parents and chanting MItt Mitt. At least some kids are on the right path.


lol, so it's all find and dandy when republicans indoctrinate their kids into a goofy political cult but evil if democrats do it?

That sure makes a lot of sense.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 07:28 PM
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There is no denying the humor...but in a polarized America I find it to be in really poor taste. I don't like anything that widens the gap between democrats and republicans unnessarily.

PS - Old ladies saying they'll c punch anyone does make me chuckle.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 07:31 PM
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Wow,what's wrong with the guy filming? He acts as though the candy is supposed to be handed personally to every child,and implies that, since they aren't handing the candy out personally,that they are racist. What a great person he is. I don't know about you guys but whenever I have seen people drive down a road giving out candy,....they toss the candy.Anyhow.. children shouldn't be used for political reasons,they shouldn't have any ideology shoved down their throats. Period. And that goes for religion as well.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 07:40 PM
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All this takes is a few minutes of your time to do a search as to where this is ALL coming from.

Makers of the video.

Last week, a video from something called "The Future Children Project" broke online. In the black-and-white film, little children sing about a world of oil-filled seas and endless war.

According to The San Francisco Chronicle, the video is a personal project of Jeff Goodby and Richard Silverstein. Mr. Goodby is described as a registered Republican with concerns about the direction the party is heading. Mr. Silverstein is worried about the future.

adage.com...

Here is their site and oh look their "clients".
www.goodbysilverstein.com...#/clients


Some include....
Comcast.

MSNBC PARENT COMPANY COMCAST AMONG MOST GENEROUS DONORS TO OBAMA VICTORY FUND

www.theblaze.com...

Netflix and Google.

Just after Valentine's Day in 2011, Obama held court with top tech minds at a private "innovation" meeting outside San Francisco. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Google Chairman Eric SchmidtandNetflix CEO Reed Hastings all got a chance to pepper the president with questions at a dinner hosted by John Doerr, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist. In April, Zuckerberg traded his signature hoodie for a tie to appear at a town hall with Obama.

seattletimes.com...

The NBA

While NBA owners overwhelmingly are contributing to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign more so than Barack Obama’s

aol.sportingnews.com...

And you can check out the rest, as you can see and this is NO coincidence that both sides are playing the same game, do you think that the millionaires backing both Romney and Obama, don't know that there is obviously a conflict of interest here? It took me 15 minutes to find this, you think that they didnt... or do you realize they dont care?

The reactions to the video is what they REALLY want!! Come on guys its right there in the open.

Peace, NRE.



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 12:06 AM
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Thanks Vitruvian for that post. Demonstrates perfectly the fine line that gets lost when government run schools begin to exploit children for their own self-interested indoctrination program into the realm of political objectives & agendas. The parents may have consented to this, but the problem is, this is how the path to abandoning respect and responsibility to other parents who may not agree with such a program begins. As the second part of your video reveals, the end of that path is tragic.



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 12:12 AM
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Originally posted by 3chainz

If you think about Germany from 1933 to 1940 you'll know why.


lol, are you seriously comparing some commercial of kids singing to a mandated state Nazi program? I think it is time you go read some history books if you are that confused or even slightly comparing this to the Hitler Jugend.

You should be complaining about their stage moms accepting any job that comes their way.


You have a valid point 3chainz. But the question remains - how do you think these things begin? Yes, I have read a great deal of history books and I can tell you, these things all begin with apparent innocuousness, but they never end there.



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 12:20 AM
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Originally posted by Osiris1953
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I'm so sick of this crap from both sides. I support Obama but this just makes me ill. My child knows who we support but I certainly don't use her for my candidates political gain... though this isn't helping Obama. Obama should be pissed too.... I'm not sure which is worse the posted video or this one:



I LOL'd at 1:15am when i watched this and woke my 3year old.. But really, these people are not a good representation of the greatest generation. My grandfather served in WWII as a gunners mate in the navy..and my Grandmother worked in the factories making the munitions. Now those were heroes right there. and they voted republican. Now im not saying that they (Republicans) are the best.. but I honestly still believe in good men and women.
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posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 04:58 AM
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you people are nuts.
“The Earth is cracked, Big Bird is sacked and the atmosphere is frying.”

That was brilliant.


The ad is the brainchild of Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein, of the San Francisco-based Goodby Silverstein & Partners, for their Future Children Project. The Future Children Project states on its website, “Re-electing President Obama is a momentous decision that will require every single voter. What would the children of the future say if we let them down this November?”

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Goodby is a registered Republican who said he has some concerns about “the direction the party is going,” while Silverstein said he was spurred by the “huge implications for the future” the presidential election will have.


Look at all the different races. Obama is not hitler. Hes not out to get all the white people.
This video's message has nothing to do with socialism. Its not turning the kids against the parents. You all fall for the rhetoric too much. They are saying if they end up living in a sh*t world and we continued to allowed corporations to pillage the land and the middle class, then its our fault. Who can't agree with that?
Forget what canidate the maker of the video supports. The video's overall connotation is right on the money.
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posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 04:58 AM
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That has got to be the most corny video I've ever come across. You would never see this sort of video come the 2016 election if Romney wins this election and is hoping for reelection come 2016. You just wouldn't. What is it with the left that I can picture this sort of thing happening whenever a Democrat is up for reelection? Could it be the fact that somehow the Democrats have a spell bound hold over the weak minded which then moves down the ladder to their children? It gives me chills thinking about these kid's future selves looking back on this video every time an election rolls around.

Young Tom was eight years old when he starred in the corny reelect Obama video. Four years passed and the year was 2016. Young Tom was now twelve years old and with all the news about the election in the air Tom thought he'd look up a video he had a role in regarding the last election. Tom, still too young and under the control of his psychotic parents, enjoyed seeing the video again. Well, another four years passed and young Tom was back at it. This time around something strange occurred. A feeling Tom had never felt before passed through his body. As he watched his younger self he began to feel a little uneasy. Sadly, Tom was still under the spell of his psychotic parents and every time he felt he was onto something, his mind would lose focus. Four more years. Tom, now 20, was now heavily involved in political conversation online. Trained since youth, Tom was one of the strongest supporters out there for the Democrats. On one of the websites Tom visited regularly he came across a thread titled "What on Earth were they thinking?". Interested, Tom clicked the thread and there under the original post was a video thumbnail which sparked something in Tom's mind. He stared at the thumbnail for just a moment and then it came to him. This was the video he had been a part of twelve years ago. He couldn't click the video fast enough, but later he would regret ever coming across it. Tom sat there in shock. "My god.", Tom spoke out loud. "I'm a fraud. Trained from birth to support a side which I've never considered could be wrong." Tom sat in his chair, horrified. "My whole life is a lie." Those were the final words Tom ever spoke. From that day on Tom never spoke a word to anyone again. He cut off all connections with family and friends as in Tom's mind they were the cause of it all. Tom left his apartment and moved out into the wilderness, living out the rest of his life alone in a log cabin. He lived off the land and never again would lay eyes on anything electronic. Tom died in the year 2084 at the age of 80. Every four years after the day of his realization something in Tom's mind would remind him of his former self. He could never forget who he had once been. It haunted him up until the day he died.
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posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 05:24 AM
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Yes, Yes it is.

It is, or should be, child abuse to teach kids that commie, union and lib Dem crap!

Not to mention it's just down right unAmerican.



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 05:30 AM
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Originally posted by murphy22
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Yes, Yes it is.

It is, or should be, child abuse to teach kids that commie, union and lib Dem crap!

Not to mention it's just down right unAmerican.


The AMERICAN thing to do is to hate gays, eat deep fried twinkies, and most importantly, get a kick out of sending our sons and daughters to kill other sons and daughters for trivial reasons.



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 06:03 AM
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Hey, OP, thanks for sharing. I like the video and it makes a good point using some irony. Not that Obama is any great shakes, but he beats the heck out of his mendacious, flip-flopping opponent, Romnesia.

As to people who don't like kids being used to make political points, why not? They're going to have deal with the reprecussions of an election too, so why not let them have an impact? I assume their parents gave their OK for them to be involved. And as for using kids in campaigns, just about every politician shows off his/her family. Heck, Sarah Palin would drag around her Downs-syndrome grand-daughter and maker her an issue in the campaign.

Furthermore, kids are in commercials and all sorts of movies, so why not political advertisements?



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 06:30 AM
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Mattel comercial, complete with toys with lead based paint. Children used to advertise a product thats poisonis to them. Weres the outrage from you people?

Yall been watching too much fox news.



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 09:08 AM
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That video was spot on with whats wrong with this country!



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 09:29 AM
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Obama isn't mentioned one single time in that video, and yet the title of this thread has Obama front and center.

Actually, Republican or Democrat isn't mentioned one time in that video.

If you see this as an anti-Republican video, maybe that is just your guilt, because you know the message is true.



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 11:56 AM
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Wanna see some fascist indoctrination? Stand up,class. Place your right hands over your hearts. Now say these words:



Every morning of every school day. A dozen kids in a YouTube video? Yeah, that's really Hitler Youthy.



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by Taiyed
Obama isn't mentioned one single time in that video, and yet the title of this thread has Obama front and center.

Actually, Republican or Democrat isn't mentioned one time in that video.

If you see this as an anti-Republican video, maybe that is just your guilt, because you know the message is true.


Well actually before the video was set to private, obviously because the video received such a negative response and now they're cowering in fear, you could have read in the description of the video lines of text which are full on in support of Obama. Now you can't because some people just can't handle the truth.
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posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 08:57 PM
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Hey Osiris1953! Guess I should thank you for posting that vid, but really I find it kind of appalling on a lot of different levels. The underlying message is interesting though because it clearly demonstrates that M. Moore & Move On anticipate a defeat for their candidate & are already trying to establish the illusion that it's because the Republicans somehow managed to "steal the election". In reality, I think this video will have little impact on seniors who are probably more concerned with this -





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