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Say, here's an idea. Pres. Obama's quotations on a variety of topics could be assembled in a small book, and every citizen given one -- free of course -- by the government. Citizens would then be encouraged to meet and discuss "what can we infer the President believes is important" in every aspect of life.So when the Department of Education directs schools to gather children 'round the TV monitors for Obama's pep talk and then do this...The fascist in chief is taking his special brand of brainwashing to the classroom. Keep your kids home. I think this man is a threat to our basic unalienable rights. I don't want him indoctrinating my children. Seriously."The goal of the speech and the lesson plans is to challenge students to work hard in school, to not drop out and to meet short-term goals like behaving in class, doing their homework and goals that parents and teachers alike can agree are noble," a White House spokesman tells ABC News, "This isn't a policy speech. This is a speech designed to encourage kids to stay in school."
A lady wrote a letter to the Orlando Sentinel that just a few years ago Jim Greer spoke at her child's school about how great the Republican Party is. Now he's accusing the President of doing the same thing and it's WRONG?!?!?!? Guilt will do that to some folks!