Thursday, February 23, 2012


NOTE: Caught once, caught twice ... should be 3 strikes and you're out, Obama!  Shortly after he took office, a parent had taken a live video of a kindergarten class singing praises to Obama; the same outrage from parents soon stopped that nonsense; now, here we go again folks!  Between Michele's "food police", undermining parents and praises to Obama, would anyone like to explain to the American people if the Obamas' consider themselves the "FIRST" King and Queen of the United States of America?!  I keep asking and will continue to ask, who also had a "Youth" movement indoctrinated in anti-Semitism and motivated to fight faithfully for the Third Reich?  People throw out words, such as, Socialism and Marxism ... are we there yet?!  

The poem has nothing to do with celebrating Black History month; it's Round 2 of Obama's campaign!  See the video below:

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The following video is approx 4 minutes. In the first 3:30 it shows kids being propagandized by Barack Hussein Obamas supporters. The last 30 seconds shows the 'hitler youth' being propagandized the same exact way. Note how both have the overbearing display of flags,posters,etc. Glassy eyed children blindly reciting what their elders told them to. UPDATE: I AM SURE THE MUSLIM IN CHIEF WILL USE THE SAME TACTICS AND COMMERCIALS LIKE THIS AGAIN IN 2012

Posted on February 21, 2012 at 2:42pm by Mike Opelka
The people have spoken in Houston and forced a school to change a its decision to use an over-the-top poem praising President Obama.
Just last week The Blaze brought you the story of Tipps Elementary School in Houston that sent kindergarteners home with an assignment to learn a poem that lavished praises on the president as part of Black History Month.
Here’s a sample of the actual lyrics of the poem (spelling errors belong to the school district, not The Blaze):
Who really likes to play basketball?
Obama really likes to play basketball
Who’s gonna answer our every call?
Every Call, Basketball
Outside the box, Chicago White Sox
Resident, President
Who’s famous slogan is Yes we can?
Obams’s famous slogan is Yes we can
Who do we know is the man?
Barack Obama is the man
He’s our man, Yes we can!
Every Call, Basketvall
Outside the box, Chicago White Sox
Resident, President
Who won a grammy for “Dreams of my Father”?
Obama won a grammy for “Dreams of my Father”?
Now can you guess who’s a famous author
Barack Obama is a famous author
An outraged parent sent a copy of the poem/song, and the memo attached to it, to syndicated talk show host Joe Pagliarulo. Pags (as he is known to his listeners) broadcast the story on the radio last week and generated considerable interest — and anger — from parents and citizens whose tax dollars fund the Tipps Elementary School.
The school’s principal did not respond directly to inquiries from The Blaze or Pagliarulo, but progress has been reported.
Yesterday we received a copy of a letter sent to parents from the kindergarten teacher, Debra Thornton.
Parental Outrage Forces School To Drop Obama Worship Song
The note read:
Dear Parent/Guardian of Kindergarten students,
Although you have indicated that your child will not be participating in the Black History program, I wanted to take this opportunity to clarify some misinformation you have received.
Last week, I sent our Kindergarten team’s preliminary selection for the Black History Month program to you. I did not include details other than the poem. I also inadvertently included an internal cover note intended for teachers. I apologize for any confusion this may have caused.
Since you received this preliminary selection, Ms. Reid has had the chance to review all the performance selections by all grade levels. Those kindergarten students with parent permission to participate will be doing a recitation of a selection from the book by Michelle Cook, Our Children Can Soar, A Celebration of Rosa, Barack, and the Pioneers of Change, instead of the preliminary selection that was sent to you.
Thank you for your continued support.
Deborah Thornton
Kindergarten Teacher
Ms. Thorton’s note claims that this poem/song was a preliminary choice. However, the note originally sent to teachers was quite clear:
Attached is a chant about President Barack Obama.  All Kindergarteners will be required to learn the chant for the Black History program. 
Nothing in the original memo mentioned that this was a preliminary selection. And the note also states that all kindergarteners will be required to learn it, not just those participating in the program.
Kelly Durham, the district’s assistant superintendent for communications, defended the song during a telephone interview with The Blaze last week, calling itan instructional activity to honor Black History Month.” The kindergartners were supposed to perform it during an evening school program.
Not anymore, apparently