SHOCKER: American Children Compelled to Swear Loyalty Oath to N0Bama Regime

Last night I was listening to Michael Caputo filling in for Tom Bauerle on WBEN, and the topic of the Common Core curriculum came up. Admittedly, I don’t know quite enough about Common Core to be strongly for or against it – I know that there are concerns about excessive testing, and this is troubling to me. 

However, one of the callers likened Common Core to Mein Kampf (OF COURSE) because, although the new school curriculum doesn’t call for, e.g., the extermination of international Jewry, it was implemented under Indo-Kenyan socialist Hussein N0bama. 

The wildly inappropriate Hitler analogy was prompted by a sentence culled from a textbook on grammar that reads as follows, 

The commands of government officials must be obeyed by all.

It’s a simple active/passive voice exercise, but people can find anti-American outrage EVERYWHERE. I mean, if you look at that sentence, it’s palpably true, in 99.9% of instances. If a cop orders you to pull over, you’re supposed to obey. If a government official is carrying out the law, within the bounds of his authority, you’re generally supposed to obey the command – to be drafted, to pay taxes, to stop at a red light, to show your passport at the border, etc. It is a completely uncontroversial sentence that helps instill the notion of civic duty in a kid. Back in the allegedly “good old days”, this is precisely what was taught.  

Furthermore, there are myriad textbooks and materials from which school districts can choose, and if a particular district doesn’t like the way its grammar exercises are set up, it can pick another one. 

Now, if you look at the insane lunatics at Infowars, you find that it wasn’t developed by the Chavista cadres of Obama’s cabinet, but by a massive private corporation. (I’m not linking to Infowars, sorry). 

This country is so fundamentally sick, I think it’s beyond help. It’s not sick because of idiots being outraged by a sentence in a textbook; it’s sick because everything is perceived to be a Stalinist/Hitlerist assault on God Bless America. 

Here’s how easy this is: 

The results of a Buffalopundit investigation reveal that children throughout Obama’s America are forced to swear a loyalty oath every morning. This loyalty oath is directed to a multicolored piece of cloth that the innocent children are told represents the government; the “Republic for which [the piece of cloth] stands”. But our exclusive investigation of the content of this loyalty oath also reveals that the children are forced to swear fealty to the government itself; “…United States of America, and to the Republic…” 

The oath goes on to shunt aside the rights of the individual, instead claiming that they are part of an “indivisible” “one Nation” collective taken right out of Marx’s Das Kapital. That collectivist agenda is tempered somewhat by the addition of the invocation of the Judeo-Christian deity, in whom some of the individual taxpayer-children in the crowd may not believe. 

We don’t know what kind of “liberty and justice” the totemist-communard loyalty oath anticipates, but it’s clear that Obama is indoctrinating America’s children into something that mirrors his particular anti-American agenda. 

23 comments

  • I’m so sick of the manufacturing of bullshit outrage with stuff like this. I’m seeing right-wing evangelicals get pissed over something about Obama reading a certain text of the Gettysburg Address that…oh, whatever. Who cares. Stuff like this is just dumb.

    • Not dumb. Fundamentally sick. When you can’t win at the ballot box, you have to try to delegitimize your opponent. Obama was born in Kenya! He’s not eligible to be President! He’s a socialist! Fundamentally. Sick.

  • No different than listening to FAUX on any given day/night……

  • The problem is the ever shrinking moderates on the right don’t have the courage to call out the crazies. The moderates are complicit in their silence providing cover for these wackjobs. The strategy may have been to appease the base and damage the president/democrats but that approach has also alienated reasonable and intelligent people.

  • The crazies may be a bit extreme, but their words are quite understandable in light of how fast we are sliding down the slippery slope.

    • Funny…given the fact that the righties and their ilk are responsible for the vast majority of the “grease” on that slope……

      • I’m not sure about the vast majority of the grease, but there is plenty from both the left and right. That’s why I subscribe to neither dogma, I prefer a consistent set of principles that can be applied fairly in all situations.

        • The right outshines the left in the crazy race by 10 to 1. As for the slippery slope we have been sliding away from reality and fairness ever since enabling the wealthy became the sole objective of the Republican Party.

          • My point is that both the right and the left have outlived their usefulness. Both sides are corrupted by the quest for ever-increasing power and control over our lives. I protested Bush just as vociferously as I protest Obama. I stood outside in the cold, damp night, harassed by Police, the night Cheney attended the fundraiser at the Parklane. One step across an arbitrary line caused people to be detained by the cops. Many people oppose the policies of the left without supporting the policies of the right.

          • Fair enough

          • Now your talkin Mike!!

  • “(The president) makes sure the laws of the country are fair.”
    “The wants of an individual are less important than the well-being of the nation.”
    “The commands of government officials must be obeyed by all.”
    Sounds pretty much like mainstream Artvoice Blog material. Also sounds like Napoleon from “Animal Farm.”

    • Sounds sort of like a civics lesson from the “good old days” before the 60s that conservatives always seem to pine for, when, inter alia, women and blacks knew their place.

  • Good on you for having the stomach to listen to WBEN. I had to bow out, it isn’t even cause for intelligent debate. Just a bunch of nuts talking to themselves.

  • If you don’t know enough about the Common Core to hate its guts here’s a good primer.

    http://dianeravitch.net/2013/11/16/anthony-cody-10-reasons-to-worry-about-the-common-core-standards/

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