“Hope” in Burlington, New Jersey

by Ryan on October 12, 2009

in Culture,Election 2009,Election 2010,Politics

Remember this creepy Obama Song from Burlington, New Jersey, a few weeks ago?  (Barack Hussein Obama mmm mmm mm, yeah that one!)  Well, hope sprang up today in that town as concerned parents, members of the community and other outraged New Jerseyans got together to have a small, but important protest outside of the elementary school today! 

They sang patriotic songs, held clever signs, and looked like absolutely ordinary people protesting the blatant political indoctrination of these kids.  However, as right as they were to protest the song, I’m sure they’ve all been flagged by the White House as potential terrorists “man-made disaster makers” and may look forward to an audit next year.  Also, the press had to throw in the phrase “tea party” in many of the stories, so as to diminish the protesters. 

Nice try, but people can use their own eyes and ears – the song was outrageous and if a few signs and chants is all that comes out of this, the principal of that school should be happy.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Sal October 12, 2009 at 10:20 pm

Since when did Tea Party become a derogatory term?


Chris October 12, 2009 at 10:59 pm

Surprised they didn’t use the other term with tea in it…


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