Monday, September 07, 2009

Lots and Lots.

So Obama has released the speech he is going to give to school children. Seems pretty benign and even silly, but I wonder if this is the same speech he planned on giving. What would that speech have been if there hadn't been outrage? We have no proof that it isn't but my gut tells me that it's not. The difficulty is that I trust Mr. Obama about as far as I can spit a mouthful of fishhooks. With him you must always assume the worst and thank God when you're wrong.


The Obama administration has had what history will consider its defining moment. This could almost be his equivalent of Chappaquiddick, except it was done by his followers instead of him. Unless something even worse or dummer happens it will be remembered as long as there is an America. However it says so much about some of the people who support him. First blood drawn and it's by the left.


I also kind of wonder about the Ivy League. Schools listed in that elite group are considered the best in America but I wonder if they resting on their past glories. The last few presidents have all come from Ivy League schools and two were bungling but good intentioned (the Bush men) and the other two were competent con-artists (Clinton and Obama.) I kind of wonder if there is something in the water at those schools or what. While they pretend to have high scholastic standards they have in have fact succumbed the pseudo-scholarship of victimology, political correctness and deconstruction. The only thing they appear to have retained is Nose-in-the-Air arrogance of superiority because they went to an Ivy League school. They do have high entry requirements, but what do they actually learn? I would like to see a comparison of acquired knowledge (what the student knew about the real world, its sciences and arts on the day they entered versus the day they graduated and see which group of students actually learned more.) I'm sure that the University of Michigan could hold its own against them, even if it too has become a bastion of politically correct indoctrination instead of true learning, but I suspect that even smaller state universities and even larger community and city colleges would do quite well against a watered down elite college. I 'd be willing to bet a months pay that Sarah Palin has as much true knowledge as Mr. Obama does after you eliminate the victimology, political correctness, and deconstructive studies (none of which are legitimate fields of knowledge). As I look at the Ivy League I wonder how far they can fall before they realize they have a problem.


America trying to swallow Obama care.


12 Comments:

Blogger Beth said...

I would also bet anything that Obama's speech to the school children was altered from its original form because of the uproar it caused. We must keep up watching this administration, since the MSM won't do it for us.

7:17 PM  
Blogger Z said...

The speech had to have been altered.....
did you see he DOES remind our children to 'wash your hands' because of the flu, though..
and help with homelessness, and the environment, etc etc...and only talks about hard luck stories of his own upbringing ("in Indonesia") and minority kids.........he got his agenda un very effectively but no Conservatives are griping because they'll be shamed by "How can you ARGUE with a president encouraging our CHILDREN?" Ptui

"With him you must always assume the worst and thank God when you're wrong." Great line, Shoprat.

7:38 PM  
Blogger Average American said...

If he uses the prepared speech that is on their web site right now, I have no problem with it---IF he reads it just like it is now. I would however point out the numerous times he uses that shortest of words "I" in a one-page speech. In answer to the question on whether it was fixed---yes, it most certainly was. The speech and more importantly the lesson plan for the teachers was amended.

12:51 AM  
Blogger Average American said...

Now THAT is one big assed catfish! Looks like he's in a bit of a pickle there, or else he's playing water basketball with the kids.

12:53 AM  
Blogger christian soldier said...

the little paper that was to have been given to the children was radically changed - so-we know the the speech was changed...

AH-HOPE and CHANGE..

As to the Ivy eds...I wouldn't encourage any of the young people that I know to go to any one of them....

the community colleges(they're less expensive) to start and then Hillsdale-Patrick Henry-...can anyone else name a few good ones w/ no indoctrination?!!

12:58 PM  
Blogger Z-man said...

That's rich, Obama is gonna tell kids to wash their hands but he's the one who refused to close the border with Mexico in the earliest stages of the swine flu.

1:48 PM  
Blogger NEO, SOC said...

We have a lot of retards insulting people for opting to not expose their children to the Serpant! So sad! So very sad!

4:43 PM  
Blogger shoprat said...

Beth, Z and AA I am fairly certain that his writers rewrote the speech in a hurry.

Neo Insults is the only real weapon they have in their arsenal.

CS Hillsdale is an almost legendary college for several reasons.

5:31 PM  
Blogger dons_mind said...

ya'll have said it so well - - i think i'll just take the e z way and agree!

6:11 PM  
Blogger Joe said...

It's Tuesday evening as I write this and the long awaited speech is history.

It was innocuous, uninspiring and almost harmless. One sentence toward the end was telling, but most of the kids would have missed it.

The dear old MSM does not get that it was the combination of the original text published at www.whitehouse.gov and quickly taken down, plus the timing of the speech that raised the ire of Americans.

7:04 PM  
Blogger Beth said...

Whether this speech was rewritten or not, I think that keeping an eye on the White House and putting pressure worked, so we cannot let up on it.

2:02 AM  
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