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Uh-Oh, don’t look now. There’s some more indoctrinating a-coming!

Lost in all of the hatertainment of the last few days was the announcement yesterday that President Barack Jomo Kenyatta Obama was planning another back-to-school sermon to brainwash our little patriots-in-training.

One would think that with all of the evils he’s perpetuated on America, this would be a bigger story.  But I guess the protectors of liberty are just worn out after a particularly jingoistic couple of weeks.  That, and the NFL season has finally begun. Alas, I feel it’s incumbent on me to remind everyone of the dangers of allowing the President of the United States of America near our children.

Many of you may have forgotten some of the horrible things he said in last year’s address, so I thought I’d dig up and recycle an old entry to freshen people’s memories.

For those of you who do not prefer their news pre-masticated, here is the Marxist’s missive in its entirety.  But I warn anyone with the proclivity toward tea-bags and tri—corner hats to beware; reading the words unfiltered can cause subliminal programming that is antithetical to liberty and freedom.  Please exercise great caution.

How dare he speak about responsibility.(click to read.  Weak-minded beware…brainwashing is highly likely)

Those of you, who feel they may be susceptible to persuasion, please allow me to interpret and de-code the text for you.

If the Socialists try to teach our kids responsibility, who is going take out mortgages they can’t afford? Who is going to run up huge credit card debt? This foolish suggestion will cripple the economy.

“Stay in School”

– Of course he wants kids to stay in school. The longer they stay in school on YOUR dime and “educate” themselves the later they can join society, get a real job and contribute.

“You’ll need the knowledge and problem-solving skills you learn in science and math to cure diseases like cancer and AIDS, and to develop new energy technologies and protect our environment.”

– Another capitalism crippling concept from the commie Kenyan comrade in chief. If our children grow up and cure alleged “diseases” like cancer and aids, our pharmaceutical companies will fail, causing the loss of billions of dollars in revenue. No amount of life-saving is worth destroying our economy.

“You’ll need the insights and critical thinking skills you gain in history and social studies to fight poverty and homelessness, crime and discrimination…”

— OK. Comrade. Newsflash: Homelessness is a choice – need a home?? Get a job. Discrimination?? He should talk about REVERSE-Discrimination such as the White male is subject to. Does Obama realize that Whites only represent 95% of the Senate? And white male representation in the US Senate has plummeted to a shockingly low 78%. This is a crisis, and the so-called Magic Negro is talking to our kids about discrimination?

“I hope you’ll all wash your hands a lot”

– Another Statist concept. Government controlled Hygiene. And Hitler only wanted to bath the Jews, right? Besides, washing hands during Flu season only hurts local doctors and nurses. Without routine illnesses, hard working patriotic medical professionals will go out of business.

“I know that sometimes, you get the sense from TV that you can be rich and successful without any hard work.”

— Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, and Glenn Beck would beg to differ. TV has made these men rich beyond their wildest dreams doing little or no work whatsoever.

“Don’t be afraid to ask questions.”

— Revolutionary speak….code for rise up against Whitey!! Beware this seditious language is treacherous and damaging to our democracy. Who does this guy think he is Trotsky?

MSNY rev. 091410

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Comments on: "Uh-Oh, don’t look now. There’s some more indoctrinating a-coming!" (7)

  1. OUTSTANDING! Ummm…

    • Hey Thera,

      I hope I didn’t commit a faux-pas by posting on both of the refugee sites. I haven’t figured out the etiquette yet. Is that what you were ‘umming’ about?

      Marco

      • Gosh, that was not meant as a faux pas comment. Very sorry…it was so well done. It was like. Wow! Followed by… head shaking. Due how well you pulled this off!

        I think most of us are cross posting now. And in this blog cross posts were specifically encouraged.

        For myself I found it confusing to post one thing one place, one another. (At one point I thought I’d lost my post.)

        Enjoy multiple venues!

        • Oh, I’m glad I didn’t do something wrong. Thanks for the compliment.

          Before I started at the Cafe, I often wondered if I was just writing for my own eyes and had no idea if anyone would even like what I had to say.

  2. Well that makes it easy!!!

    I hereby render unto MSNY the Dayly Blog of the Day Award for this here OUATPM Site, given to all of you from all of me. hahaahahahahah

    Stay in school and read Texas textbooks that tell you the earth is 6,000 years old and that the Confederacy represented a spark of new freedom for all Americans!!!

    ahahaha

    • Thank you Maestro Giorno. I do not take such an award lightly (even if there are only a handfull of contributers so far). I hope that when this blog swells with other Cafe refugees I can still keep up with the talent.

  3. another trope said:

    If we don’t stop them soon all of our kids will be viewing the world through a Kenyan post-colonial perspective which means….well I don’t know what it means but it sounds awful, you know, like socialism.

    I still can’t wrap my mind around the fact that he would tell our kids to stay in school.

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