Oldie from Moonbattery:
Monthly Archives: March 2010
Hey, kids. Despite what PBS wants to teach you, HEALTH INSURANCE IS NOT A RIGHT. Really. I’m much more comfortable with my sons being exposed to a bunch of fat ugly dudes talking about how horny they are than I am having them being taught lies. I can’t wait for the day one of my boys comes home with liberal indoctrination rubbish. I’ve already warned them to let me know immediately if someone tries to teach them that global warming is their fault. Yes I did.
Yes We Can…
The Obama Administration wants to make sure that tomorrow’s leaders are fully indoctrinated into the leftist philosophy of living. Part of that indoctrination now includes lesson plans offered to teachers by the Public Broadcasting Service on how to fully persuade students of their “fundamental right to health care.”
Did you catch that?
Here’s the transcript:
A variety of lessons and activities are provided to help students gain the knowledge and background necessary to engage in a meaningful debate about the following resolution: Health care is a fundamental right; the government has an obligation to secure this right for all Americans. Teachers may opt to complete all the assignments in preparation for the debate, or select those most necessary or interesting to the class. Classes may prepare their debate for submission to the Miller Center Debate Series on health care.
Here’s a look at the health care lesson plan page:
Now PBS makes the indoctrination easy.
Mmm… Mmm… Mmm…
Hat Tip Jason
OK— I had to post this terrific video by IowaHawk.
It pretty well sums up the lefty indoctrination.
The comedy almost makes me forgive the insanity. Nah.
From Big Govt:
If only we had a real press corps in this country, then Alan Grayson (D-FL) and the other 219 Democrats in the House of Representatives who voted for HR 3952 would’ve been asked this question:
Please explain to me why you voted for a health-care bill that allocates money to fund the rehabilitation of Native American child molesters?
No joke, people: If Grayson and company had their way, the House bill that passed back in November would’ve mandated that our taxes go toward treating “perpetrators of child sexual abuse who are Indian or members of an Indian household.” (It’s on page 1950, section 713. See for yourself)
That’s one of the main reasons why there were so many drone-like youth out there who get suckered by Team Obama’s and the Democrats’ hope-a-dope mantra, as I explain in my brand-new book: Obama Zombies: How the Liberal Machine Brainwashed My Generation.
So Alan Grayson got off the hook, eh? Not exactly. I caught up with the Congressman. Hey — somebody had to do it: (see video)
So beyond sickening. Seattle school provides abortion for 15 year-old student without notifying parents.
This dickhead never wrote me back when I confronted him on his lies to my friend, who is fighting stage 4 prostate cancer, regarding the health “reform” bill. I was so happy to read he is going aid in a cover-up in which someone in the White House has committed a felony! Buh- bye!! Joe, I promised you that I would do everything I could to make sure everyone I know knows you are a liar and do not deserve to represent us. And I don’t lie.
Get ’em, Arlen. And then we can be rid of both your gross asses:
“There is a specific federal statute, which makes it a bribe to make an offer for a public office,” Specter told NBC’s Andrea Mitchell. “When I was district attorney, if somebody came and told me that, I would say, ‘Well, name names. Name dates. Name places.’ That’s a very serious charge. It’s a big black smear without specification. I’m telling you there is a federal crime, punishable by jail. Anybody who wants to say that ought to back it up. Congressman Sestak has gotten a lot of political mileage out of that. It’s really an attack on the administration.”
“…the United States will likely raise taxes substantially, and taxes as a percent of GDP will reach levels never seen in U.S. history (although common in Europe). The politics of that will be fascinating to watch. If the political process is stymied as our leaders debate the relative merits of tax hikes versus spending cuts, bond investors may get nervous, and we could witness either the Krugman inflation scenario or the much less likely default scenario.”
This is the sort of pesky, unimportant stuff that Hopenchangey people don’t bother themselves with.