“Stay in school,” and other Muslim-Marxist-Terrrist-Communist-Socialist proglottides from Obama

Yup. “Stay in school.” That pretty clearly translates to Obama saying “kill white people” and “nationalize the banking system.” That’s what my special chip implant that lets me decode the subliminal messages that Obama is sending to our nation’s schoolchildren… you can read it right here and find it for yourself! And if you still think that’s what the President is saying… you need to get a grip. Unless you too believe that his birth certificate was stored on the top floor of the World Trade Center. In which case, carry on.

A proglottide, if you’re wondering, according to the New Oxford American Dictionary, is a “segment in the strobila of a tapeworm, containing a complete sexually mature reproductive system.” That is a fitting word here, as I imagine that there are some sad people who think that any message from our good president is nothing better than a tapeworm segment. Where were you while the last president was misspeaking his way to a futile, expensive war and getting us into the current financial mess that our grandchildren are going to be paying for?

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Author: Jason Haas

Jason is an elected member of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors, occasionally moonlights as an amateur gardener, and is a proud father of two, or three, depending on how you do the math.

1 thought on ““Stay in school,” and other Muslim-Marxist-Terrrist-Communist-Socialist proglottides from Obama”

  1. I think that to counter these people the first thing to do is get their positions right. The irreconcilable loonies, no need to say anything about them, the never interrupt an adversary when he’s making a mistake rule. However, there was a serious argument against the first plan, which had the Dept of Education distributing curricular materials that didn’t pass the “what if Bush had done it” test. So it wasn’t a case of mass paranoia on the part of Republicans as much as a broad public concern. It also gave creditability to Republican activists who played on fears that the teachers unions might push a progressive agenda in schools. Why make life easier for them? By quickly (and correctly) changing their plans the administration seems to have recognized this.

    It is a mistake to lump the crazies, the partisans, the moderates, and the unaffiliated together on issue after issue: eventually we’ll have insulted much of the electorate that made our current Democratic success possible.

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