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Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Organizing Kids for Obama's Agenda

President Barack Obama's budget added more than $100 billion of federal taxpayers' money to what is called "education." That means it will be spent by men who came from the Chicago Democratic machine or were trained in the famous radical Saul Alinsky's community organizing in Chicago. They are is using the public schools to recruit a private army of high-schoolers to "build on the movement that elected President Obama by empowering students across the country to help us bring about our agenda." We now know that this "agenda" is to move the United States into European-style Socialism.

Barack Obama's internet outreach during his presidential campaign, called Obama for America, has been renamed Organizing for America in order to recruit students to join an Obama cult and become activists for his goals. We know this because the teacher of an 11th-grade government class in Massillon, Ohio, passed out the sign-up sheet, headed with Obama's logo, asking students to become interns for Organizing for America.

These interns will be given an intensive nine-week training course using comprehensive lesson plans. Assigned readings include Saul Alinsky's notorious "Rules for Radicals," "Stir It Up: Lessons from Community Organizing and Advocacy" by the left-wing activist Rinku Sen, and particular sections of "Dreams From My Father" dealing with Obama's days as a community organizer in Chicago. Republican students will be filtered out of the intern program by requiring applicants to answer questions that reveal their politics, such as, "What one issue facing our country is important to you and why?"

The purpose of this training to become Alinsky-style community organizers, is, of course, to elect more Obama supporters. The internship program is specifically geared to get the kids working in the 2010 elections.

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1 comment:

Jennifer said...

Thank you for sharing this information! I am saddened and sickened at what we are becoming. I am so thankful that I am still able to home educate my children!

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