Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Steaming Load of the Week Award: America’s Educrap establishment is using Messiah Barry’s September 08, 2009 speech to enlist the tykes in the Cult of

I have been notified by Hambo that, as sometimes happens, their was a 'floater' left in the bowl from this weeks earlier flushing of Politically Incorrect Gazette's Steaming Load Award. Never one to short change us on flushing out the stinkers of this country, Hambo pinches out another one and gives us a double flush...

From Politically Incorrect Gazette --

Steaming Load Award: America’s Educrap establishment is using Messiah Barry’s September 08, 2009 speech to enlist the tykes in the Cult of Obama.

Messiah Barry’s speech, just the thought of it, doesn’t thrill me spitless, but I’m not going postal over it, for the obvious reasons. We need to face the bitter fact that this speech is the kind of ‘tooting his own horn’ crap that a malignant narcissist like Barry is compelled to do. I’m not crazy about this yammering to the kiddies, but I don’t think that the speech itself is the real danger.

To expose the danger, we need to get real about what Barry will, and won’t, do. According to the Department of Educrap, Barry will drone on, endlessly, about studying hard, and the importance of a good education:

"The President will challenge students to work hard, set educational goals, and take responsibility for their learning. He will also call for a shared responsibility and commitment on the part of students, parents and educators to ensure that every child in every school receives the best education possible so they can compete in the global economy for good jobs and live rewarding and productive lives as American citizens."

As much as I despise and distrust him, I doubt that Prompter Punk will stare into the camera and say "You must worship me, the way I worship myself. If I’m my own icon of perfection, I must be yours, too."

Okay, this speech is Prompter Punk bull crap time, and that’s nobody’s idea of a good time, as Barry’s falling poll numbers show. Like I said, I don’t see Barry as the problem. I DO see America’s Educrats as a clear and present danger to the intellectual sovereignty of America’s school age kids. Is that pagan scribbler paranoia? Not exactly.

We’ve already seen it played out, a few days ago, when some Utah Educrats played a tape of tyke-venerated celebrities, popular entertainers like Asston Kutcher, pledging their allegiance to Messiah Barry personally. They didn’t pledge allegiance to America, or the American people. They pledged allegiance to the Marxist Messiah. Is that the kind of message you want rammed down the throats of your children, your grandchildren, anyone’s children?

Was this an isolated case? Perhaps, but the rules of engagement posted by the Department of Educrap concerning Messiah Barry’s speech, contain some troubling elements. For example, a fter the speech, teachers are instructed to ask the tykes to discuss questions like:

  • What do you think the president wants us to do?
  • Does the speech make you want to do anything?
  • Are we able to do what President Obama is asking of us?
  • What would you like to tell the president?

The item that sent up a Red Shed flag for me is this optional, teachable moment, element:

  • [Have students] write letters to themselves about what they can do to help the president.

Another troubling element to these rules of engagement is the fact that from start to finish, the focus is all Barry, all the time. It is, in other words, an exercise aimed a stroking Messiah Barry’s universe-size ego. The kids are little more than useful idiots enlisted to further inflate the ego of this legend in his own mind.

Is this Prompter Punk speech a turd that needs to be flushed? Yes, because it gives cultural Marxists with teaching credentials another excuse to do what comes much too naturally: indoctrinate their captive audience instead of educating them. For that reason, and for that reason alone, Barry’s speech to the kiddies needs to be flushed out of our misery.

Perpetrated by: Hambo

No comments:

Post a Comment

Don't be scared!