Indoctrination Nation

Posted by: ST on September 23, 2009 at 6:52 pm

Read it, watch it – and weep.

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10 Responses to “Indoctrination Nation”


  1. Tarheeltalker says:

    Wanna weep some more, read some of the comments made at the UN today.:((

  2. Great White Rat says:

    That indoctrination video is indeed creepy, but it’s not like we didn’t see much of the same mind-control nonsense during last fall’s campaign.

    So it’s not surprising – after all, his best friends in the international community, Oooogo Chavez and Fidel Castro, have the kids regularly pledge their loyalty in song, so I guess Duh-1’s cultist supporters didn’t him want to be the only socialist on the block without a “Tomorrow Belongs To Me” glee club.

  3. steveegg says:

    That would be Exhibits A and B on why we had a heap of concern about the special Presidential address to the schoolkids.

  4. Carlos says:

    To those who truly believe Obama had no agenda when he scheduled his “education” speech, your unicorns are in desperate need of more food.

    Man, talk about dim bulbs.

  5. Kate says:

    And who are the people directing these kids? Why was it so important for them to learn this song and tape it? Was it sent to the lord high mucky muck himself? Did the parents sign a release form for the taping and were they aware of the contents? Of course, this could be a private charter school that the liberal urban folk send their kids to for education to get them out of the horrible public schools.

    The quiz is an atrocious waste of time…what does this have to do with anatomy? Why was it graded… i smell lawsuit there…will a pony-tailed lawyer please step in and protect these kids’ constitutional rights, please!

  6. Neo says:

    A large majority, 89.3 percent, suggested the national media played a very or somewhat strong role in helping to elect President Obama,” according to a summary of the findings. “Just 10.0 percent suggested the national media played little or no role. Further, 69.9 percent agreed the national news media are intent on promoting the Obama presidency while 26.5 percent disagreed. Some, 3.6 percent, were unsure.”

    And 86.6 percent said they believe the news media try to influence public opinion and that they have their own public policy and political positions. This compares to 87.6 percent in 2008 and 70.3 percent in 2003.

  7. Kate says:

    Mystery no more…this is a school in New Jersey…I would like to thank the individual who put this little video on the net…:x

  8. Carlos says:

    Apparently it was some airhead Mum who was just so proud of her little Spunky, instead of someone with more than two active brain cells horrified at the prospect of her child basically pledging allegiance to Duh-1.

    I’m not sure which is scarier – indoctrinating little ones to worship that devil or parents who wet their pants getting giddy over their children being able to praise his name?

  9. Dee says:

    We really need to rid our public schools of any kind of political talk. Our kids are in school to learn to read, write,and do math. Since politics is akin to Religious beliefs in most……. WHY is it allowed!!! ESPECIALLY in grade school!!