Video in School: “I Pledge to Be of Service to Barack Obama”
Oh gag!! I’m gonna puke! I just finished watching this Obama propaganda video at the link provided below. Unbelievable!! They pledge to ‘be of service’ to Obama?? It is outrageous that this was shown in a school. And they wonder why we don’t want him addressing the kids on the 8th? It’s because we know it will just be pro-Obama propaganda!! He is a shameless, narcissistic, power-hungry dictator!! Go to the link and you can see the video.
“I pledge to be of service to Barack Obama”
By Michelle Malkin • September 2, 2009 01:05 PM
As if I needed any more evidence to bolster today’s column about the Obama junior lobbyist campaign in America’s schools, here’s another item fresh from the headlines in Utah:
A school principal has apologized for showing a video at an assembly that a politically conservative group leader is calling “radical, leftist propaganda.”
Children at Eagle Bay Elementary School in Farmington were shown a short video called “I pledge” on Aug. 28. The video opens with an image of President Barack Obama and part of a speech in which he says, “Let us summon a new spirit of patriotism, of responsibility where each of us resolves to pitch in and work harder and look after not only ourselves but each other.” The video then features celebrities making pledges about how they will help the president and the world — and that’s where some say the problem lies…
… Gayle Ruzicka, president of conservative Utah Eagle Forum, said the video was blatantly political. She said other offensive pledges included, “I pledge to be of service to Barack Obama,” “I pledge allegiance to the funk, to the united funk of funkadelica,” and pledges to not use plastic grocery bags and not flush the toilet after urinating.
“It’s very inappropriate to show a radical, leftist propaganda piece that political to children,” Ruzicka said. “If parents want their children to learn about those things and do them in the home, wonderful, fine, but it’s not the place of the school to show a one-sided propaganda piece to children without parents knowing about it.”
Cieslewicz said such values should be decided in the home, not at school.
Coming to a classroom assembly near you…