WhiteHouse Website - Prepared Remarks of President Barack Obama

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  • purplesofa

    It's a shame that so many schools are refusing this not to be heard at school.

    Even though I had a womanizing, alcholic, non- child support paying ex-husband

    I was grateful for his encouragement and supportful "speeches" to our kids

    to do well in school.

    We may not have agreed on many things but we did agree on that.

    There are many parents that don't feel the need for the President's encouragement, support, and empathy,

    their kids will do well without it, but

    many parents, teachers, principals, administrators and students will welcome this support and attention.


  • What-A-Coincidence
  • cameo-d

    What's wrong with you WAC?

    That man has a beautiful smile.

    You should be ashamed posting propaganda posters like that. I really hate that kind of stuff.

  • What-A-Coincidence

    sorry I didn't know what i was doing ... my free-thinking mind got the best of me ... i luv obama.

  • Priest73

    Godwin's law. You lose.

  • FlyingHighNow

    WAC, if you're serious, then it's possible you are a bit WAC. Gullible. Just gullible. Sad.

  • villabolo

    What I missed out of his speech is his master plan to: Bump off granny; put your defective baby through the shredder; brainwash your kids from kindergarten to high school; and how he was smuggled from Kenya to the USA so he could convert us all to Islam and tattoo 666 on our genitals.

    Did I miss this out of his speech or is this just a bad dream?


  • purplesofa

    [email protected]

    There are just some things kids don't need to know

  • villabolo

    Thanks purps, what I'd really like to hear is what those children who were dismissed from school think especially about their parents who made them skip school.

  • brinjen

    THAT'S what all the fuss was over? I don't see anything political in that speech, let alone any "socialist adgenda". Just the President encouraging kids to be the best they can be.

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