Thursday, September 24, 2009

America Wake Up...Are these your children? If they are...sue the teacher, sue the school, sue Obama!

Just in case you have a hearing problem, here are the lyrics to the songs sung by your children.

Song 1:
Mm, mmm, mm!
Barack Hussein Obama

He said that all must lend a hand
To make this country strong again
Mmm, mmm, mm!
Barack Hussein Obama

He said we must be fair today
Equal work means equal pay
Mmm, mmm, mm!
Barack Hussein Obama

He said that we must take a stand
To make sure everyone gets a chance
Mmm, mmm, mm!
Barack Hussein Obama

He said red, yellow, black or white
All are equal in his sight
Mmm, mmm, mm!
Barack Hussein Obama

Mmm, mmm, mm
Barack Hussein Obama

Song 2:
Hello, Mr. President we honor you today!
For all your great accomplishments, we all doth say "hooray!"

Hooray, Mr. President! You're number one!
The first black American to lead this great nation!

Hooray, Mr. President we honor your great plans
To make this country's economy number one again!

Hooray Mr. President, we're really proud of you!
And we stand for all Americans under the great Red, White, and Blue!

So continue ---- Mr. President we know you'll do the trick
So here's a hearty hip-hooray ----

Hip, hip hooray!
Hip, hip hooray!
Hip, hip hooray!

Before I post the rest of this story lets read one of the comments from the comment section.

"by mully31 Illinois [Sep 24, 2009 10:30:39 PM]

To all my Fox lemmings ... please don't jump off the cliff over one silly song, done by one silly teacher, with one silly kindergarten class, at one silly school ... there are more important issues. Lemmings, please understand that although Fox has brainwashed you into thinking everything is negative, and that the US is falling apart ... please remember that you are the minority. The majority of the same intelligent people see this issue for what it is - one silly song, done by one silly teacher, with one silly kindergarten class, at one silly school. Nothing else ... no Nazism, no Communism, no Messiah worship (which btw if you can read, there is nothing in the song that actually worships the President), no end of the World as we know it. No one else in the entire World even thinks this is an issue - not one other US or World news organization has even reported this is a News. Oh that's right - because Fox is always right, and EVERYBODY else is always wrong. "

Perhaps Mully 31 has a built in prejudice and is unable to rationalize his own indulgence for fear of losing that which he has held in his heart all of his or her life...hatred for people that do not agree with his or her false findings. Number one Mully should not be so complacent by downplaying the song as "one silly song". That one silly song has far reaching side affects that effect the child's thought process over time. It is the intent of the teacher to instill in the minds of the students additional knowledge that will prepare them for later life's challenges. Repetitive lyrics whether in song or poetry has an indelible affect on children's mindsets. The combination of a comfortable rhythm and lyrics intensifies such that the memory cells of a young child are filled with the desired outcome...and most of that desire is trust. So once the powers to be have your trust then it follows that you will agree with most of what they have to say...not what they do, but what they say! And this is exactly how Obama brainwashed Mully into voting for him. Obama had lyrics and rhythm like , "Yes we can!" But now that Obama has proven that he can do nothing but apologize for our country that has nothing to apologize for...except maybe to the American Indians... and befriending all of our enemies ...and placing us in debt that will take 3,400 years to pay off... and contributing to the eventual take-over by the United Nations...etc., etc., he will need all the trust from these soon to be young adults to keep him in power after his eight years is up. Oh, and by the way Mully, what do you mean when you say, "please remember that you are the minority." Who are you referring to?
Also, when you say,"no Nazism, no Communism, no Messiah worship (which btw if you can read, there is nothing in the song that actually worships the President)..." you are in denial for the Nazis and the Communists used thes same tactics on their children. And whenever you mention a person's name in song it is a form of worship and wake up my friend.

Elementary School Students Taught To Sing Praises Of President Obama
Nearly 20 young children are captured in an online video as they sing songs that overflow with campaign slogans and praise for "Barack Hussein Obama," as they repeatedly chant the president's name and celebrate his accomplishments.
Some parents in a New Jersey school district are up in arms after a class of elementary school students was videotaped singing the praises of President Obama, an activity that has been criticized as "indoctrination."
The tension at B. Bernice Young Elementary School escalated to such a degree Thursday that the school was placed temporarily on lockdown after its principal received death threats over a YouTube video that showed nearly 20 children being taught songs lauding the president, though back-to-school night events continuing as planned Thursday night at the school.
Video of the students at the Burlington, N.J., school shows them singing songs seemingly overflowing with campaign slogans and praise for "Barack Hussein Obama," repeatedly chanting the president's name and celebrating his accomplishments, including his "great plans" to "make this country's economy No. 1 again."
One song that the children were taught quotes directly from the spiritual "Jesus Loves the Little Children," though Jesus' name is replaced with Obama's: "He said red, yellow, black or white/All are equal in his sight. Barack Hussein Obama."

The video has set off some families in Burlington, who said they were horrified that their children at the being "indoctrinated" to view the president like a cult figure.
"I'm stunned -- I can't believe it's our school," said Jim Pronchik, who told his 8-year-old son Jimmy was one of the 18 students in the video. "We don't want to praise this guy like he's a god or an idol or a king or anything like that. That's the wrong message to be sending."

Pronchik said he and his wife were never informed about the lesson, which the superintendent of Burlington Township schools says was held in February as part of Black History Month "to honor the contributions of African Americans to our country."
But Andrea Ciemnolonski, the parent of another one of the students in the video, said the song was part of a second-grade project on a variety of topics related to the month of February, such as Groundhog Day, Valentine's Day and Presidents Day.
"They did songs about President Washington, Lincoln, and they did do one about President Obama," Ciemnolonski said. "My daughter was in the class that did the songs about Obama. It was black history month. ... It was something for the kids to celebrate."
Ciemnolonski said she "just can't look at it as indoctrination," though she added, "The comparisons made were a little exuberant."
Superintendent Christopher Manno said in a written statement Thursday that the taping itself was out of order, but failed to address whether the lesson was approved. "The recording and distribution of the class activity were unauthorized," he wrote in a note to parents and the media.
Other families arriving at Bernice Young Elementary to pick up their children said they were outraged at the songs, which also tout a fair-pay bill Obama signed in January: "He said we must be clear today/Equal work means equal pay."
"I felt this was reminiscent of 1930's Germany, and the indoctrination of children to worship their leader," said Robert Bowen, father of two children at Bernice Young Elementary.
"I thought that if this was a civics class in say high school or upper level middle school, in might be appropriate to discuss policies or politics, but as far as children in first grade, second grade -- those types of levels -- it's inappropriate to discuss how a president is changing the world after only six weeks in office."
Parents said the songs were performed in Elvira James' second grade class. James, who refused to comment to, retired at the end of the previous school year on a full pension in New Jersey.
Bowen said he thought there should be consequences for having provided such a one-sided lesson to impressionable students there.
"It's something that there should be serious repercussions for ... the administration here, and I think the school board needs to be answerable to the parents of the community," said Bowen. School board members did not respond to requests for comment.
Though the school was not planning to address the tape during back-to-school-night events, many parents were heading in with with a lot of questions about the tape.
"This video is disturbing," said a grandparent named Sandy, who spoke on the condition that her last name not be included. "We don't teach politics in pre-school -- or kindergarten or first grade."
"This has no place in the classroom," said Sandy, added Sandy, who told she has two grandchildren attending Bernice Young Elementary. "It may have been the opinion of one or two, and someone should pay the consequences for it."
The author of the songs is unknown, but a woman -- possibly a teacher -- can be heard in the beginning of the video correcting and helping a student who has forgotten the words. Another woman, the person holding the camera, cheers the students on: "All right," she says. "I like that."
"Alteredbeat," the YouTube user who posted the video on the Internet, told that the video was first put online by Charisse Carney-Nunes, an activist and author of the children's book "I Am Barack Obama," which her Web site says "allows children to see themselves through the inspirational story of President Obama." Carney-Nunes has been promoting the book during visits to schools on the east coast.
A poster for the book can been seen near the stage of the auditorium in the video of Bernice Young Elementary, but it is unclear whether Carney-Nunes had visited the school or was present during the filming.
"Alteredbeat" told that he reached out to Carney-Nunes, who insisted that the program had been filmed in June as part of a Father's Day tribute to President Obama. "The kids made up the songs on their own," she wrote, according to the YouTube user.
"Alteredbeat" originally posted the video Sept. 6, two days before Obama made an address to the nation's schoolchildren in which he praised the American education system as the best in the world and urged students to stay in school.
"At the end of the day, we can have the most dedicated teachers, the most supportive parents, and the best schools in the world," Obama said.'s Cristina Corbin and FOX News' Michael Sorrentino contributed to this report.

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