Read the speech yourself

So many people have gotten angry about how President Barack Obama is going to be speaking to U.S. students this week, and it’s ridiculous. There’s nothing in the text of this speech that could possibly damage children. Read it for yourself if you don’t believe me.

Then again, he just might bore them all to death.

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7 Responses to Read the speech yourself

  1. dougleier says:

    The speech wasnt the fire, it was the match. The fire was the ‘worksheets’ which asked questions like, “what can you do to help the President” Not what can you do to help America. The President. The position of President is not bigger than the country which elected him. Unless you ask him…

  2. Drew says:

    Good point on not being able to stay awake – I had to start scanning through it to keep focused! Haha

  3. Ann says:

    Thanks for including the link to the speech. I think any encouragement to children is great. Nothing in there to cause a problem. Just some sore losers still trying to disrupt the country and causing problems that they make up.

  4. Slant 6 says:

    What’s wrong with asking what you can do to help the president? If you help the president, you are in fact helping the country! This racist jihad against this non-white president with a Muslim/Arab name is getting really sickening.

  5. Joel says:

    When President Bush spoke to the school kids, the dems in congress held hearings about it and had the GAO investigate the legality and costs of it. Now those exact same people think it is perfectly ok for this president to do the exact same thing.

  6. Kari says:

    I think the Democrats shouldn’t have freaked out on Bush, and that the Republicans shouldn’t have freaked out on Obama.

    I also think all presidents should do this every year, routinely, just like the State of the Union, provided they keep their politics out of it.

  7. Logan C. Adams says:

    I am very proud and impressed by how civil this discussion thread has been. Kudos, everyone.