School Kids Taught to Praise Obama [Video w/Lyrics]
School Kids Taught to Praise Obama in Burlington, NJ. The truth of the video has yet to come out, but if somebody does not drive to NJ to figure this out… I will. If this was filmed DURING school, I am going to flip. I sure hope this was just a bunch of parents putting their kids up to this. If teachers were involved in anyway, while on pay… They should be gone. Plain and simple. It is one thing to put your own children up to things. As long as you do not harm you child feel free to use them for your propaganda. The difference here was this was in a school.
In high school I was literally taught that “some people believe” that redistribution of wealth was a good thing. Needless to say I flipped out and started arguing with the teacher. At least that was high school. Teachers cannot brainwash our children like this. I do not see how anybody can defend this, but I am sure there will be some crazies out there. And no, I am not scared of this video because our President is a black man.
Some of the Lyrics
Hello, Mr. President we honor you today! For all your great accomplishments, we all doth say “hooray!” Hooray,
Mr. President! You’re number one! The first black American to lead this great nation!Hooray,
Mr. President we honor your great plans To make this country’s economy number one again! Hooray
Mr. President, we’re really proud of you! And we stand for all Americans under the great Red, White, and Blue!
[Reposted at Politicallore.com/blog]
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