Thursday, September 3, 2009

Man That Is Some Kool Aid They Must Be Selling

koolaidThe latest scare tactic coming from the GOP talking heads has got to be the most ridiculous yet. (Ok, probably not as they can get quite ridiculous)

On September 8th, a day in which the majority of US children will have already gone back to school, Barack Obama has scheduled a television back-to-school address in which he plans to talk to the kids about the usual stuff like study hard, stay in school, and basically just be a good student. The Department of Education has even produced an activities list that they provided schools that would allow them to make his speech a classroom project.

So what is the problem?

Apparently some on the right have some spare time on their hands in between promoting death panels scare tactics and now want us to believe that Obama's speech is actually another way for him to promote his Socialist agenda by getting the kiddies involved.
But already, some conservatives are crying foul. The chairman of the Florida Republican Party is condemning Obama's speech as an attempt to "indoctrinate America's children to his socialist agenda."

"The idea that school children across our nation will be forced to watch the President justify his plans for government-run health care, banks, and automobile companies, increasing taxes on those who create jobs, and racking up more debt than any other President, is not only infuriating, but goes against beliefs of the majority of Americans, while bypassing American parents through an invasive abuse of power," Chairman Jim Greer said in a press release.

So Obama is really going to talk to 2nd and 3rd graders on the benefits of single payer health care system, cap and trade, and bank bailouts? How tight does one's tin foil hat have to be to think that for one, a 7 year old would pay attention for more than 10 seconds during such a conversation, and two that such a tactic would be of any benefit?

Of course no one would be stupid enough to believe this right? Next they'll want us to think that Obama isn't really eligible to be President...

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