Yes We Can… Indoctrinate Your Kids!

Feb 20, 2012 by

ACTION STEP: Here is the contact information for Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, Kelly Durham, Assistant Superintendent for Communications, mailto:KELLI.DURHAM@cfisd.net;281-807-8939 281-807-8939 (phone); 281-807-8150 (fax). At the bottom of this e-mail, I have posted fact-based information about Obama, his Communist friend (Bill Ayers) who probably wrote Obama’s book, and the crimes that Bill Ayers and his wife Bernardine committed. Perhaps Cypress-Fairbanks ISD should consider teaching its students a very different version of the Obama song that contains the real facts about him. – Donna Garner

Did you know that Barack Obama thinks outside the box? That his favorite team is the White Sox? That his famous slogan is “Yes We Can?” That he’s “the man?” That’s what kindergarteners at an elementary school in Houston now know after being forced to learn a song praising the president.

Is Barack Obama your man? Apparently he is to the administrators at Tipps Elementary School in Houston. The school is requiring kindergarteners to learn these and other verses to a song praising the President. Stanzas in the song include:

Who really likes to play basketball?

Obama really likes to play basketball

Who’s gonna answer our every call?

Every Call, Basketball

Outside the box, Chicago White Sox

Resident, President

Who’s famous slogan is Yes we can?

Obams’s famous slogan is Yes we can

Who do we know is the man?

Barack Obama is the man

He’s our man, Yes we can!

Every Call, Basketball

Outside the box, Chicago White Sox

Resident, President

(See below for the full song lyrics.)

Kelly Durham, the Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District assistant superintendent for communications (that such a position exists should be a story within itself), claimed the song was “an instructional activity to honor Black History Month.”

Instructional activity? Maybe in the eyes of Saul Alinsky.

What exactly is instructional about teaching kindergarteners that Barack Obama is “the man,” who “thinks outside the box,” who’s “gonna answer our every call?”

It would be one thing to teach students as young as kindergarteners a song with historical facts about each president, or in the context of Black History Month, facts about prominent black historical figures.

But there’s nothing factual about teaching students that Obama’s “the man” who’s “gonna answer our every call” — that’s just propaganda. Propaganda that your tax dollars are funding.

The Barack Obama Song

Who is our 44th President?

Obama is our 44th President

Who is a DC resident?

Obama is a DC resident

Resident, President

Who’s favorite team is the Chicago White Sox?

Obama’s favorite team is the Chicago White sox

Who really thinks outside the box?

Obama really thinks outside the box

Outside the box, Chicago White Sos

Resident, President

Who really likes to play basketball?

Obama really likes to play basketball

Who’s gonna answer our every call?

Every Call, Basketball

Outside the box, Chicago White Sox

Resident, President

Who’s famous slogan is Yes we can?

Obams’s famous slogan is Yes we can

Who do we know is the man?

Barack Obama is the man

He’s our man, Yes we can!

Every Call, Basketball

Outside the box, Chicago White Sox

Resident, President

Who won a grammy for “Dreams of my Father”?

Obama won a grammy for “Dreams of my Father”?

Now can you guess who’s a famous author

Barack Obama is a famous author

Famous Author, Dreams of my Father

He’s our man, Yes we can!

Every Call, Basketball

Outside the box. Chicago White Sox

Resident President

Who wants to go to college at Yale?

Malia & Sasha will go to college at Yale

Who’ll make sure they won’t fail?

Barack & Michelle know they won’t fail

They won’t fail, they’re going to Yale

Famous Author, Dream of my Father

He’s our man, Yes we can!

Every Call, Basketball

Outside the box, Chicago White Sox

Resident, President

via Yes We Can… Indoctrinate Your Kids! | Empower Texans.

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9.9.08 – “Who Wrote Dreams From My Father?” by Jack Cashill, American Thinker

http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/10/who_wrote_dreams_from_my_fathe_1.html

 

Excerpts from this article:

 

In 1997, Obama was an obscure state senator, a lawyer, and a law school instructor with one book under his belt that had debuted two years earlier to little acclaim and lesser sales…The ‘writer’ identification seems forced and purposefully so, a signal perhaps to those in the know of a persona in the making that Ayers had himself helped forge.

None of this, of course, proves Ayers’ authorship conclusively, but the evidence makes him a much more likely candidate than Obama to have written the best parts of Dreams.

 

The Obama camp could put all such speculation to rest by producing some intermediary sign of impending greatness — a school paper, an article, a notebook, his Columbia thesis, his LSAT scores — but Obama guards these more zealously than Saddam did his nuclear secrets. And I suspect, at the end of the day, we will pay an equally high price for Obama’s concealment as Saddam’s.

 

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9.23.09 – “Author Confirms Bill Ayers Helped Obama Write ‘Dreams’ “ – World Net Dailyhttp://www.wnd.com/2009/09/110784/

 

Excerpts from this article:

 

Andersen, in ‘Barack and Michelle: Portrait of a Marriage,’ writes that Obama was faced with a deadline with the Times Books division of Random House to submit his manuscript after already having canceled a contract with Simon & Schuster.

 

Confronted with the threat of a second failure, his wife, Michelle, suggested he seek the help of ‘his friend and Hyde Park neighbor Bill Ayers.’

Obama had taped interviews with relatives to flesh out his family history, and those ‘oral histories, along with a partial manuscript and a truckload of notes, were given to Ayers,’ writes Andersen.

The author quotes a neighbor in the Hyde Park area of Chicago where Obama and Ayers lived, who says of the two, ‘Everyone knew they were friends and that they worked on various projects together.’

‘It was no secret. Why would it be? People liked them both,’ the neighbor said, according to Andersen.

…In the end, Ayers’ contribution to Barack’s ‘Dreams from My Father’ would be significant – so much so that the book’s language, oddly specific references, literary devices, and themes would bear a jarring similarity to Ayers’ own writing.

 

Andersen concludes, ‘Thanks to help from the veteran writer Ayers, Barack would be able to submit a manuscript to his editors at Times Books.’

 

Andersen relied on inside sources, quite possibly Michelle Obama, to describe how ‘Dreams’ was published…

 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Ayers

 

Weather Underground was co-founded by Bill Ayers. He described his organization as a “Communist underground group.” Ayers participated in the bombings of New York City Police Department headquarters in 1970, the United States Capitol building in 1971, and the Pentagon in 1972…

 

Ayers and Dohrn [Bernardine Dohrn, girlfriend – later married Ayers] or the Weathermen were connected to the fatal 1970 San Francisco Police Department Park Station bombing but neither Ayers nor anyone else has been charged or convicted of this crime.

 

While underground, Ayers and fellow member Bernardine Dohrn married, and the two remained fugitives together, changing identities, jobs and locations.

 

 

http://terrorism.about.com/od/groupsleader1/p/Bill_Ayers.htm

 

Ayers, born in 1944, was raised in a Chicago suburb. He became active in the anti-war leftist group, Students for a Democratic Society, while he was a student at the University of Michigan in the mid- 1960s. In 1969, Ayers helped lead a group that splintered off from SDS, Weatherman (known as the Weathermen). The group set off a number of bombs against U.S. targets in the early 1970s, earning it the label of “domestic terrorist organization” from the FBI.

 

As a member of the Weatherman, Ayers had a hand in several attacks…

  • · 1970: Bombing of New York City Police Headquarters
  • · 1971: Bombing of U.S. Capitol Building
  • · 1972: Bombing of Pentagon
  • 2.20.12

     

    Here are two documents provided to me by an attorney. These documents came from the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD education code. Both documents give parents a way to object to controversial curriculum to which they do not want their children exposed.

     

    Cypress-Fairbanks ISD

    101907

    MISCELLANEOUS INSTRUCTIONAL POLICIES EMB

    TEACHING ABOUT CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES (LEGAL)

    DATE ISSUED: 7/1/2002 1 of 1

    UPDATE 68

    EMB(LEGAL)-P

     

    A parent or person standing in parental relation may remove the

    parent’s child from a class or other school activity that conflicts with

    the parent’s religious or moral beliefs if the parent presents or delivers

    to the teacher of the parent’s child a written statement authorizing

    the removal of the child from the class or other school activity.

     

    A parent or person standing in parental relation is not entitled to

    remove the parent’s child from a class or other school activity to

    avoid a test or to prevent the child from taking a subject for an entire

    semester. This policy does not exempt a child from satisfying

    grade level or graduation requirements in a manner acceptable to

    the District and TEA.

     

    Education Code 26.002, 26.010

     

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    Cypress-Fairbanks ISD

    101907

    MISCELLANEOUS INSTRUCTIONAL POLICIES EMB

    TEACHING ABOUT CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES (LOCAL)

    DATE ISSUED: 3/17/2003 1 of 1

    LDU-11-03

    EMB(LOCAL)-X

     

    ADOPTED:

     

    The District shall address controversial topics in an impartial and

    objective manner. Teachers shall not use the classroom to transmit

    personal beliefs regarding political or sectarian issues. Students

    and educators shall ensure that, to the extent possible, discussions

    are conducted fairly and courteously.

     

    A teacher selecting topics for discussion in the classroom shall be

    adequately informed about the issue and capable of providing instruction

    on the subject, free from personal bias.

     

    In addition, the teacher shall be certain that:

    1. The issue in question is within the range, knowledge, maturity,

    and comprehension of the students.

    2. The issue is relevant to the content of the course.

    3. The consideration of the issue does not interfere with required

    instruction.

    4. Sufficient relevant information on all aspects of the issue is

    provided.

     

    If a teacher is unsure about a topic of discussion or about the

    methods to employ, the teacher may discuss the issue with the

    principal.

     

    In guiding classroom discussion of controversial issues, teachers

    shall:

     

    1. Foster students’ critical thinking skills.

    2. Encourage discussion based on rational analysis.

    3. Create an atmosphere in which students learn to respect others’

    opinions and disagree courteously.

    4. Ensure that multiple viewpoints about the issue are presented

    by introducing an unexpressed viewpoint when necessary.

    5. Avoid any attempt to coerce or persuade students to adopt

    the teacher’s point of view.

     

    A student or parent with concerns regarding instruction about controversial

    issues shall be directed to the complaint policy at FNG.

     

    SELECTION OF

    TOPICS

    CLASSROOM

    DISCUSSION

    STUDENT OR PARENT

    CONCERNS

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