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More Spooky Schoolchildren Praising Dear Leader Obama

by @ 12:26 pm on November 5, 2009. Filed under Barack Obama, Obamagasms, Politicos & Pundits, Politics

John Nolte at Big Hollywood has a whole new collection of videos of schoolchildren singing the praises of a politician.

Here are two that stand out as particularly egregious to me:

We believe in Barack Obama
He loves you and he loves your mama
We believe in Barack Obama, yeah
With all the change he’s building
Gonna bring hope to the children
We believe in Barack Obama, yeah

Change
That we can believe in
Change
That we can believe in
Change
That we can believe in

We believe in Barack Obama
He loves you and he loves your mama
We believe in Barack Obama, yeah
With all the change he’s building
Gonna bring hope to the children
We believe in Barack Obama, yeah

Change
That we can believe in
Change
That we can believe in
Change
That we can believe in

Yeah, haha, haha.
Alright, come on now, here we go;
You know we gotta get Barack and all of his crew
In the White House so they can prove that
In their hearts they know what to do
And that includes Michelle and the kiddies too

[kids chanting] “There is not a black America and white America and Latino America and Asian America — there’s the United States of America.”
We believe in Barack Obama
He loves you and he loves your mama
We believe in Barack Obama, yeah
With all the change he’s building
Gonna bring hope to the children
We believe in Barack Obama, yeah

[Chant at end of song – unintelligible]

But that performance seems relatively innocuous after you look at this one:

Barack Obama there is none higher
Other politicians should call me sire
To burn my kingdom you must use fire
I create change till I retire!

Democratic Party come correct
Our cuts are on time our rhymes connect
Got the right to vote and will elect
Others can’t feel us but give us respect

Now I walked through crowds, shook many hands
Spent my time saying YES WE CAN!
I stood on many stages, held many mics
Took airplane flights at great heights
PA and Jersey, I won that fight

Chicago Illinois was so hype
Moving so strong
Biden joined the fight
Now we are a team and we ignite!

Now I crash through walls,
Cut through floors,
Burst through ceilings
Knock down doors.

He is George
And I’m Turan
We’re never far behind
In class we shine
For every living person
With dreams and plans

Keep hope alive –
Think “Yes We Can”

We’re the baddest of the bad
The cool of the cool
I’m Barack
I rock and rule.

I’m Joe. I rock and rule.
It’s not a trick or treat or April fools,
It’s all brand new
With a little old school.

We’ve got the music and the message
For all my friends.
Check us out on the internet,
Load and send.

Music ain’t nothing
but a peoples jam.
It’s President Obama

Rockin’ with the band!

This isn’t how we should be teaching children to think about their leaders, or their government.

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4 Responses to “More Spooky Schoolchildren Praising Dear Leader Obama”

  1. Rob Miles says:

    Is there evidence that this is being taught to these kids (as in, an authority figure is feeding the words to them), or are the children expressing, however awkwardly and, yes, creepily, how they feel?

  2. Yes, there is, read the BH article that links to school YouTube Channels and websites.

  3. tfr says:

    Whatever… it’s just typical gangsta’ rap with “Obama” inserted. Don’t get your undies all in a wad over it, cuz I doubt the kids do.

  4. Rob Miles says:

    Jeepers. School kids performing skits and songs (if you can call rap singing) about the current president (a historical first) and (if I read the descriptions of some of the other videos correctly) other events. Holy brain-washing, Batman! What are we to do?!

    No offense, Doug, but this sounds like a lot of anti-Obama hysteria over nothing, frankly.

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