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Continuing Education Woes

Parents are, once again, up in arms at the latest educational happenings. As I stated before, I believe the video speaks for itself. This principal/teacher, supposedly having graduated from a Law University, should have known better than to create this conflict. Our public schools are not even allowed to sing Christmas songs or pray, but this is saying it is alright to praise Obama. We currently also have around 10-12 people up in arms about our “Pledge of Allegiance” because of the phrase “Under God.” These people are also up in arms over the words used on our monetary system, “In God We Trust.” Where are they now when Praising Obama is commencing in our schools?

If you listen to this video, sure it seems really cute, you begin to see a pattern emerge. I am not saying that Obama himself is responsible for this video, but it is about him. I will just touch on a few more items regarding this video before I digress. People claim they do not want religion in the schools, but both songs have religious tones to them, with Obama as HIM instead of God or Jesus. Would this not say then that religion is being brought into our schools thus committing a conflict of interests and a bit of hipocracy?

The first song’s lyrics, which I am touching on, are as follows:

“Barack Hussein Obama, he said red, yellow, black or white, all are equal in his sight…”

Well, if we all remember back to when we were little attending Sunday school, there was this little song we used to sing called, “Jesus Loves the Little Children.” The lyrics included were as follows:

“Jesus loves the little children, All the children of the world. Red and yellow Black and white, They are precious in His sight…”

This sounds a bit eerily similar does it not? Now I will make a final note on the second song in this video. Listen to the music without the lyrics and you will hear a very familiar song. This song, originally written in 1855 by William Steffe, is called, “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.” There have been many revisions to lyrics in this song over the years by many people. It was an American abolitionist song which was sung as a campfire spiritual. During the American Civil War, it became a popular song for the military. Well, before I get in too deep here, allow me the duty to show you this controversial video which is having massive lash-backs.

Country Patriots

Jennifer

September 26, 2009 Posted by | Political, Uncategorized | Leave a comment