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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.
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.
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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.
Originally posted by Osiris1953
reply to post by ShakaDoodle
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:
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.
Originally posted by murphy22
reply to post by 3chainz
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.
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.
First, there is little doubt that implementing Obamacare would disrupt access to many healthcare services provided today. Avik Roy, another Forbes contributor, has published physician results from his state surveys related to Obamacare. In Ohio, estimates are that nearly 1 in 4 doctors will stop accepting Medicare patients altogether. Thirty percent of Ohio doctors say that they will place “new or additional limits” on accepting Medicare patients after their fees decrease by ten percent or more. In Wisconsin, 21% percent of respondents to the National Physicians Foundation survey indicated that they plan to raise fees on those with private insurance in order to compensate for the cuts. Robert Book, along with former White House budget official James Capretta, have now detailed the state-by-state impacts of Obamacare cuts to the Medicare Advantage Plan used by many seniors. They found that Obamacare would cut $3,203 in Medicare Advantage services for every Floridian enrolled in the program: a 21% cut. More than one million Florida seniors would be impacted by these cuts. Economists know that when you tax something, you get less of it. Many working families cannot easily afford an additional tax of more than $1,300 (as stated in Roy’s Forbes article) a month for the average family of four. Colorado’s share of these new taxes is estimated at $20 billion. Virginia’s load is tallied at $32 billion. If such figures are even remotely correct, how will middle class America afford such a permanent change?