Friday, February 20, 2009
Dobson Students Questions Pbama; Policies
Uh-oh! Some students may be declared "enemy combatants" and thrown into some gulag! What did the students do? They weren't impressed by The Affirmative Action Prednint. AC:
President Barack Obama was famous during the campaign for getting young people excited about his message of "hope and change." However, the Advanced Placement government class at Dobson High School is somewhat unimpressed with Obama.
The students in the Advanced Placement government class were somewhat less than impressed.
"Some of the students attentively watched the speech, giving questioning looks and comments, shaking their heads and laughing at some of Obama's words. Other students listened, occasionally glancing up to watch, while texting on their cell phones, reading a book or finishing school work."
Senior Syna Daudfar suggested that, "The spending bill he just passed is just progressing the Democratic agenda rather than addressing the economic issues in the country."
Senior Maaike Albach said that, "This puts us more into debt. It's a horrible situation we're in."
Get some friends to take turns watching your back Syna...Maaike. Pbama's going to have you abducted in the middle of the night, without a warrant and have you flown off to some unidentified location, imprisoned and tortured until you join his Cult.
There's more information on this story at the East Valley Tribune, but the page is loading slowly.
I would like to point out that my son does not agree with liberals nor with Obama's policies.
Some would say that's because of my own beliefs and that may be partly true. But honestly, my son is in that "mom don't know crap" stage (although he doesn't disrespect me, as that may sound) and therefore questions me and in an attempt to be his own person, tries to feel differently about things.
I would also like to point out that sometimes that is exactly why young people feel differently than adults... they want to be their own person and think for themselves, even if that isn't what they truly believe. I've been there... I know it's true.
But where did my son learn the "other side of the story"? At home and from friends. He can't learn it in the school because they teach the liberal side of the coin without giving the conservative side an equal time at bat.
Gee... and here Obama is trying to say that liberals need their fair share of time on the airwaves just like conservatives. Really, Mr. BO... perhaps you should take a deeper look into our school system because that is where you will find censorship.
Our children are being taught one mentality and since it can often contradict what the parents feel... they are successful at gaining recruits for their cause; socialism.
Ah... yes... I see it now... another post coming soon. :o)
Just thought I would let you know. Some of them are in other languages. :)
Wonderfully worded you are, as always! Yeah, the schools' approach to teaching politics should be neutral, but it can't be since they're all Unionized Liberals. Gawd how they'd scream if Conservatives were in charge of the educational system and instructing our youths. Oh, the cries from the Left would be deafening.
"in their permanent records..."
Oh damn, I hadn't thought of that phrase in years! LMAO! Yep, those students are going to have a "does not speak well or say nice things about the FraudBama" in their perm file! Damn that's funny, Molson.
I have heard it said that if in your youth you are not liberal, then you have no heart, if however when you grow up your still liberal then you have no brain.
Yep, I've heard that saying too about young and liberal and older and conservative. I was a heck of a lot left of center in my 20s than I am now (end of my 30's...yuck!)
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