Obama Strikes Back to Save Government Health Care

Thursday, September 3, 2009

August has been the worst month of Obama's presidency. Not only has the sleeping giant of the American public been awakened to crush his dreams of a single payer health care plan, his public support, even among Democrats, continues to plummet.

As a last-ditch effort to push his agenda through, Obama has decided to publicly address the two groups that will still listen to him: Congress and school children.

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President Barack Obama will address a joint session of Congress on health care reform in prime time on Wednesday, Sept. 9 [...]

The last time a president addressed a joint session of Congress that wasn’t a State of the Union, or the traditional first address by a new president, was Sept. 20, 2001, when President George W. Bush spoke on the war on terrorism following the 9/11 attacks.[...] (Source: Politico)

Yes, you read that right. Bush calls a special joint session of Congress to address the nation following the terrorist attacks of 9/11. Obama calls a special session to coerce Congress to pass his Health Care scheme.

Now that polls show a majority of adults giving President Obama a big thumbs down, he’s making the only logical move – directing his propaganda toward children. For the first time ever, a president will give a nationwide address to American children on September 8 while they’re supposedly safely ensconced in their NEA indoctrination centers schoolrooms.

The White House even released a list of questions for the youth members to discuss before, during and after Dear Leader's blessed address, such as:

  • Why is it important that we listen to the President and other elected officials, like the mayor, senators, members of congress, or the governor? Why is what they say important?
  • As the President speaks, teachers can ask students to write down key ideas or phrases that are important or personally meaningful. Students could use a note-taking graphic organizer such as a Cluster Web, or students could record their thoughts on sticky notes. Younger children can draw pictures and write as appropriate.
  • As students listen to the speech, they could think about the following: What is the President trying to tell me? What is the President asking me to do? What new ideas and actions is the President challenging me to think about?
  • Students can record important parts of the speech where the President is asking them to do something.
  • Students might think about: What specific job is he asking me to do? Is he asking anything of anyone else? Teachers? Principals? Parents? The American people? (Source: Gateway Pundit)
As a bonus for this post. we'll throw in a freaky video of children under the Obama Spell: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtGrp5MbzAI&feature=player_embedded


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