Then there was this video, depicting kids singing about Obama the savior and bringer of "change".
And just a few days ago we should you this video, which is being shown in more than 7,000 public schools across the country and teaches kids that the government is their to "take care" of them.
Now, another public school video has emerged, this one from B. Bernice Youngs Elementary School in New Jersey. The video began making the rounds yesterday when it was picked up by conservative blogger, Michelle Malkin.
The superintendent of the school district has responded to the groing questions surrounding the creation of the video and the apparent indoctrination of the children within:
Dear Burlington Township Families:
Today we became aware of a video that was placed on the internet which has been reported in the media. The video is of a class of students singing a song about President Obama. The activity took place during Black History Month in 2009, which is recognized each February to honor the contributions of African Americans to our country. Our curriculum studies, honors and recognizes those who serve our country. The recording and distribution of the class activity were unauthorized.
If you have any further questions regarding this matter, please do not hesitate to contact me or Dr. King, Principal of B. Bernice Young School, directly.
Dr. Christopher M. Manno,
Superintendent of Schools
Aside from the glaring questions we have to where "Dr." Christopher M. Manno received his degree based on his clear grasp of the English language, it seems the only thing he is upset about here is that a video was made and posted online without permission. He seemingly finds no issue with the obvious idolization of the President.
We wonder if he or the teacher who shot the video and planned the lesson, Charisse Carney-Nunes, would find any issues with these school activities: