Mister President, what is it exactly that you want to tell our kids in your planned return to school talk?
Oh, I feel much better now. Into your cult of personality I commend my child's education. I'm sure the day will start with The Pledge and end with a song.
Amid the controversy and furor, Obama is being pressured to drop the public option for his planned Back To School address. A defiant Obama insisted:
"If you like the teacher your child has, then you can keep that teacher. Nobody is going to force your little Johnny or Sally to watch."
"If you like your child's school, you keep it." As long as they meet all the new regulations and lesson plans I favor."
"As an aside, and as a totally unrelated housekeeping NEA funding issue, I would ask all teachers to simply email me their attendance list at firstname.lastname@example.org for September 8th."
As for the speech titled, "Silly Season - The Audacity of my Detractors" by Barack Hussein Obama, The White House plans to release the speech online Monday so parents can read it.
I don't know about you, but my ALERT level spikes whenever Osama Bin Laden releases a new video from his cave, but nothing beats the pucker factor when Obama plans a speech to our children.
OH< MAN, you did the best post on this around the 'sphere!ReplyDelete
Now come back and slam DUCKY at my place for thinking we shouldn't be outraged that Obama's encouraging our kids to do well. grrrr :-) Naa.I'm thinking, I"ll get an answer to him soon.!!
Your comparisons to 'you can keep your...', etc. is excellent. great job, DaBlade
Thanks Z... Don't stare at that TV screen for more than a second or two. It can be very hypnotizing!ReplyDelete
Send the kids or don’t send them…either way, they will find out what was said…with the media and people talking, it will get out…ReplyDelete
Students should be able to listen to the President's speechReplyDelete
I like obama alot..ReplyDelete
Dear vacation rentals ad (Lucy, Lisa and James): Please read your lesson plan at the bottom of today's (9/8/09) post.ReplyDelete