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Prostituting youth for Obama

I’m sure this music teacher could go whirling dervish for Obama if she tried hard enough.

Where have we gone to that pinning campaign buttons on children is so “20th century”? Now we are into rounding up our children to sing worship songs to Barack Obama? What’s next? Obama Youth? Goose-step parades that feel good because music is used? When do they start pledging allegiance to Obama? Or give the special salute?

I know this clip is not exactly new, but I’ve been trying to avoid it because just hearing it on the radio gave me the urge to projectile. It sickens me that this man is not only allowing but encouraging this “Obama as god” mentality to trickle across the country–“glassy eyed” is perhaps his strongest method for getting people to look directly at him and his exploits and not see anything untoward.

But when it comes to imposing this on children, and seeing all these adults giving their tacit approval for in-school brainwashing, I wonder that if Obama is elected (as Hitler was), how long will it be before the “American look” becomes a standard defense mechanism in US society? Because already it has been reported that tires have been slashed, homes sprayed with graffiti and I’ve lost count of how many people have been shouted down by Obama acolytes. So with the indoctrination of today’s youth already begun, it’s a bit disconcerting to consider the future of all this. The words than come to mind for me are bonfires and book seizures. The free speech that was and checking before talking.

I can’t decide if Obama is trying to be Mao or Hitler mainly because, it seems, neither can he. In his desperate bid to be God, he appears to be trying on anything, including Greek columns, to promote himself as the savior of the world, sent to the United States to begin his work and expand outward. And like most other politicians, he uses children or the idea of them to promote his agenda.

And the media are just loving it.


October 2, 2008 Posted by | Politics | , , , , , | Leave a comment