Americans laughed at the the ‘Obama as messiah’ cartoons. They turned away when they saw school children singing his praises, à la Hitler. They wondered what all the hoopla was about when he gave a speech to public schools across the country. And they ignored him when he said it was “the goal of this administration to ensure that every child has access to a complete and competitive indoctrination education – from the day they are born to the day they begin a career.” [emphasis added]
Now parents have another issue to ignore. [Thanks to Pamela Geller who broke this story.]
- Organizing for America, the successor organization to Obama for America, is building on the movement that elected President Obama by empowering students across the country to help us bring about our agenda of change.
- OFA is launching a national internship program connecting students all over the country with our organization on the ground – working to make the change we fought so hard for in 2008 a reality in 2010 and beyond.
- Winter 2010 internships (dates are flexible depending on your school’s schedule)
- The Internship requires a commitment of 12 hours per week
- Credit must be approved by your school ahead of time
Thus begins an application being given to high school students, recruiting them to take a ten-week course on community organizing. It includes the following recommended reading:
- Rules for Radicals, Saul Alinsky
- The New Organizers, Zack Exley
- Stir It Up: Lessons from Community Organizing and Advocacy, Rinku Sen
- Obama Field Organizers Plot a Miracle, Zack Exley, Huffington Post
- Dreams of My Father Chicago Chapters, Barack Hussein Obama
In other words, Obama is doing exactly what he said he would do. He’s taking over the minds of young Americans, creating the political machine of the future, and using tax-payer-funded public schools to do the job.
You gotta give it to him: Obama knows how to organize.
If this doesn’t motivate you to get your kids out of the public school system, and home school them, then you are beyond hope … and change.