Next to Obama’s “foreign policy,” nothing is more scary than Obama’s domestic policy. Especially the prospect of an Obama “mentorship” and especially given his and the democrat’s track record on education.
Take a listen: I Spy Minute Tues., Sept. 25, 2012
Or read the transcript below…
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After a disastrous couple weeks of trying to hide a terrorist attack on his watch, Obama decided to work on his foreign policy by appearing on “The View.”
Apparently, this qualifies as an “international” effort because it’s broadcast into Canada.
Among the UN-like giggles and tittering, Obama was asked what he’d like to do after he leaves office.
He said: “The thing that I think I would enjoy most is spending time working with kids.” And said he’d like to go around to various cities and help create “mentorships.”
Now, bear in mind that one of the main tactics communists use is to identify gifted kids early on and “mentor” them — just like Frank Marshall Davis did to a young Barack Obama.
But let’s look at the Obama effect on kids. The class of 2012, who were freshmen when Obama was elected just graduated. Their SAT reading scores were the lowest in 40 years. That’s one point lower than it was last year—the second year of a democrat dual majority in Congress.
But don’t worry—your kid isn’t doomed to an Obama mentorship. Fortunately, they also lowered the loan requirements to get into college.