Wonder what you would find if you frisked elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools all across the United States of America?
Answer: ELEVEN uncovered videos of school children performing praises to Obama!
YOU HAVE GOT TO ME KIDDING ME!?!? Can anyone say: Indoctrination? These videos are popping up everywhere. Forget H1N1, I think ObamaMania Syndrome could become a legitimate illness. There’s no other excuse for this kind of praise. An individual with little experience and only served 1.5 years in the Senate before running for President. Of course, we are seeing his inexperience now, but come on! They are praising him as if he were Jesus or any other religious figure. Where’s the songs about Clinton or Bush? No answer?… Point made.
These videos were uncovered by Big Hollywood. Mega props!
West High School – (12-6-2008):
Video Note: Each year, MULTICO, a company of West High School students chosen to reflect the diverse ethnic and racial population of Madisons schools, tours elementary and middle schools with an original thirty minute production focusing on the concerns and experiences of children and adolescents in a multicultural, multilingual urban environment. MULTICO, a two hour a day English class, writes and performs a series of short sketches that highlight race, gender, sexuality and conflict, providing another tool for classroom teachers to use as we all work towards a more empathetic world.
Side-Note: Way to just recite an Obama speech about diversity, while he and the other Democrats can’t keep the door to health-care negotiations locked. Apparently they aren’t so ‘open’ about opposing viewpoints. Transparency please! You promised…
Morgan Park High School – (11-13-2008):
Video Note: This song was inspired by President-Elect Barack Obama’s campaign theme. Morgan Park High School Concert Choir of Chicago, IL are the singers on this video. The song was composed by Patricia Tyson (from Chicago), and its intent is to encourage and motivate the listeners and the performers to pursue a more excellent way! This song has been submitted with the hopes that it will be sung at the Inauguration in Washington, DC!
Side-Note: Change we can believe in… Socialism? Really? You may believe in that, but I’ll stay with my free-market principals. Thanks though.
School Unknown – (3-9-2009):
Video-Note: The 7th grade students followed the 2008 presidential election in several of their classes this term. Concluding the election the students were asked to make video segments based on the popular Obama music video, Yes We Can, by musician Will.i.am. The segments were then compiled into one video. In this video the students discuss various goals as well as how they are able to make a difference in improving our world.
Side-Note: The message I got out of this video: Recycle or something… It must be because they mention ‘can’ a lot.
Giffen Elementary – (2-12-2009):
Video Note: This is the updated version of a song my students wrote back in 05 after Senator Obama spoke at the Democratic National Convention. This year they updated it in celebration of President Obama’s victory.
Side-Note: Come on kids! You ruined a perfectly good Ja Rule song… Ugh. R.I.P. “New York, New York” – How good was the Jadakiss verse on that too?
Giffen Elementary – (3-29-2009):
Video Note: This is a group of 5th and 6th grade students from Giffen Elementary School performing the Barack Obama song they wrote with their classmates. It is being performed at a function of the Association of Teaching Artists held at the Albany Institute of History and Art.
Side-Note: AGAIN!? This school must be the Energizer Bunny with Obama praises… They just keeping going… and going… and going…
Gotham Avenue School – (2-7-2009):
Video Note: Special thanks to Mr. Lewis.
Side-Note: I definitely don’t believe in Barack Obama. If these kids actually bothered to look at his policies, they’d realized he is bankrupting our nation and their generation. Oh well, they will wake up in 10 years when they start paying bills. Until then… Good dance moves at least.
Powell Elementary – (5-6-2009):
Video Note: Ode to Obama, school kids in New Jersey celebrate Obamas win.
Side-Note: These kids are just creepy! Hey kids, what do you know about Republicans taking New Jersey last night? Haha. As for the Democratic Party ‘coming correct’ – Nope, keep lying about those ‘saved or created’ jobs.
Hennigan Elementary – (7-16-2009):
Video Note: Music video for the Obama Song from the America SCORES New England winter program at the Hennigan Elementary School.
Side-Note: I’m diggin’ the beat, but I think that Barack Obama head on a stick is a serious threat! Secret Service, where you at!?
Harmony Leland Elementary – (2-14-2009):
Video Note: Ms. Susan Marsico’s Kindergarten music class sings about President Barack Obama. Performed: Friday, February 13, 2009 Harmony Leland Elementary School, Mableton, GA.
Side-Note: This is just wrong. Although that kid in the yellow on the bottom right is pretty awesome, he definitely doesn’t want to sing. Haha.
Marymount School – (3-18-2009):
Video Note: Miss Maeve’s Kindergarten class performs!
Side-Note: This is just ridiculous! Really!? A school play about praising Obama!? Suspend this teacher immediately! If this happened back when Bush was President, the world would be calling for that teacher to not only be suspended, but FIRED!
Barack Obama Elementary – (1-31-2009):
Video- Note: Barack Obama Elementary School Song, Written by Janelle Kirton, arranged by Alex Kirton…
Now this is the DEFINITION of ObamaMania Syndrome:
If you think the Nobel committee jumped the gun… Days after the 2008 presidential election Ludlum Elementary in Long Island petitioned and won the right to have the name of their school changed to Barack Obama Elementary. Watch this and ask yourself if the Nobel committee’s rationale couldn’t be that much different than the students questioned in the news report.
The video below isn’t of students singing but of a woman named Janelle Kirton performing the school song. The song doesn’t mention Obama, it just relies heavily on his platitudes, but pay special attention to the school decorations inter-cut throughout the video.