Obama in Klein ISD Schools

Discussion in 'Politics' started by DirtyD, Sep 4, 2009.

  1. DirtyD

    DirtyD Well-Known

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    I received a letter home in both of my kids' folders last night. It seems Klein ISD is going to air his propaganda. The one positive is that at the bottom of the letter I have the choice to have my children participate in other activities during the broadcast. I am still planning on being at the next school board meeting to voice my opiinion on the district allowing this to happen at all. My wife is now worried that my children will be "discriminated" against because of my refusal to allow them to view blatant propaganda. I welcome the opportunity to end a brainwashed teachers career over this...
     


  2. DCortez

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    What other activities? Sitting at a desk with their heads down?

    I say give them the choice of listening to the Blackmailer in Chief or old Bugs Bunny reruns.
     
  3. 308nato

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    How much lower can that clown go, I thought he cant get much lower
    untill this.:332:
     
  4. Okierifleman

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    Hey D, cant you just call in sick for them? I am not a parent, so I was just wondering. That way they wont be descriminated against by the other curtain climbers.
     
  5. hoytinak

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    That's what I'd do.
     
  6. Starker

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    You don't have to call in sick. You can just take them out for the day.

    +1 on the Bugs Bunny!
     
  7. frijolero817

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    Lucky for us Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD won't be forcing this bull into our kids' classrooms. I would start emailing the superintendant now, and have my friends do the same. We were gonna take our kids out of school that day if they would have shown it though.
     
  8. oldguy

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    I know its tough guys but if all possible find other means to educated your
    children,mine are long out of public school the last was several years ago
    and I seen what was happening so we bit the extra expense and paid for
    private school I believe it was worth it.

    While we have good teachers the system its self is corrupt if you can watch tonight on fox 8pm concerning text books.
     
  9. ConnRadd

    ConnRadd Active Member

    Klein ISD is a good district, sad that they are going to allow this.. Obviously, Klein ISD see this is going to be a controversial subject by sending the letters home and giving a choice of watching it or not. DCortez brings up a good point, what will the non-brainwashed parents' children going to be doing?

    I personally would like to see the attendance for that day, just to see how many parents decided to shield their kids from this crap... Having a low attendance might get some headline news (outside of Fox), giving a strong warning to the schools and to this F'ed up government that we are not going to allow them to mess with our kids..
     
  10. Fisherman777

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    The Kountze, TX school will be showing it too. Sad. The West Hardin School will not be showing this commie crud. Thank God! I wrote them an e-mail which is pasted below (I stole the last line from this thread. ;) ) and their answer is below that.

    Hello,

    I'm writing to ask whether the school is showing the communist propoganda
    by our so-called President. Our country is in trouble because of these
    jokers. Please don't get us in deeper by helping him to indoctrinate our
    kids into his awfull socialist system. Show them something more useful to
    them, like an old Bugs Bunny re-run.

    Regards,
    Fisherman

    We will not be showing the president's speech.
    Sharon Tule
    Superintendent

    Excellent!
     

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