i've been seeing alot of activity concerning the obama speech, & what i don't understand is why is there so much fuss about the president speaking to the kids about setting goals & achieving a higher education? i'm sure over the years many presidents have done this, why is this so controversial? i will let my daughter go to school that day & participate. i see nothing wrong w/ the president promoting goals & education! even if mccain would've won i wouldn't have pulled my daughter out of school just because i didnt personally vote for him. it all seems a little overdramatic to me. what's your opinion?
http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&source=hp&q=bush+holding+book+upside+down&btnG=Search+Images&gbv=2&aq=f&oq=&aqi= roflmao give me a break the entire speech is posted on the white house web site. Every child should have an opportunity to hear it and be a part of it.
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To some people they are still in shock, they Obama is President, it has nothing to do with a speech,people have been speaking to kids in school,since my grandparents time,and that was in the 1920s. It's all about the person delivering the speech. Sad,we just don't get,as,far as in my house,my kids will always respect those in authority,and if,they can learn something in the long run,that's a double blessing.
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