Thursday, September 3, 2009

The Uprising

9 comments:

Christopher said...

I'm pretty sure Jon Stewart already mocked the number of people participating in "The Uprising", but I will post this to show that you guys are a pack of hypocritical wackjobs:

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB125210804212187859.html

Josh said...

Jon Stewart became a voice of the establishment on the day Obama was elected. It was a rather pathetic transformation, but quite obvious.

Obama giving a nation wide speech to all school children is a bit different than visiting one school. I would probably pull my kids out from the speech as well. Its supports the deification of a man, and no man should be deified. The president has no place in the classroom.

Chris said...

"Jon Stewart became a voice of the establishment on the day Obama was elected. It was a rather pathetic transformation, but quite obvious."

Obama supporter or not, he was right. THE LIBERTARIAN MOVEMENT IS A PATHETIC LITTLE MOVEMENT with less followers than St. Patty's day.

"Obama giving a nation wide speech to all school children is a bit different than visiting one school."

Actually, they visited many schools. I remember the vice president coming to South Portland High. What's the difference, Josh? If the principle is okay on a small scale for Republicons, it is okay on a large scale..

"I would probably pull my kids out from the speech as well. Its supports the deification of a man, and no man should be deified. The president has no place in the classroom."

Pish-posh. It gives kids a chance to see a leader speaking about something the can relate to.. it is not brainwashing.. The only brainwashing that is going on is in your ugly little movement that does anything to discredit ..

Josh said...

mmm-hmmm

Chris said...

That's right. One presidential speech on the importance of education is not propaganda, Josh. I suppose if he were to do it ever week or month and demand that the schools watch it would be propaganda, but that is not what is happening.

Josh said...

Political hacks have no place in the classroom. They have no moral high ground. They have set no example to learn by. If Obama wants to talk to a school, ask for permission and go to that school. He should not impose his murdering, lieing, stealing self on the education system.

Christopher said...

"Political hacks have no place in the classroom. They have no moral high ground. They have set no example to learn by. If Obama wants to talk to a school, ask for permission and go to that school. He should not impose his murdering, lieing, stealing self on the education system."

Um, going and asking is exactly the same thing. Schools can choose to not watch. And, yes, he has lied, stole, and murdered much, much less than his predecessor, your boy..

Josh said...

"Schools can choose to not watch."

Of course; although look at how horribly schools which choose not to watch are demonized by the left-wing statists.

Obama's predecessor is my boy? I don't think so; they are one in the same.

Christopher said...

"Of course; although look at how horribly schools which choose not to watch are demonized by the left-wing statists."

What? Have you been reading the news? It was the other way around.