If they could 100% think for themselves and logically reason they wouldn't need parents or their guidance would they.
Personally I think every President should address the schools every year at the beginning, middle and end. Nothing more than a stay in school and work hard pep speech kind of thing. I know the younger kids would enjoy it, might make a difference.
But from what I've read about it so far his agenda is more than just that. When I get a chance I'll read the final version, but I highly doubt it won't be self serving from what I have gleaned here and a couple of other places so far. And from any politician's speech in the last, oh, 200 years or so.
Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
I overheard one of those "moderate" conservatives browbeat his son and daughter-in-law about their liberal leanings and then he browbeat his wife and then he browbeat his own father for being too slow to get up (he was in his 80s). The man was an arrogant, selfish, @ss. It's not just the "liberal media." I encounter these malevolent people day in and day out. Just admit that the Republican Party has shrunken to a few miscreants.
I encounter these malevolent people day in and day out.
You are awfully unlucky to have to deal with that on a daily basis, I don't. Must be because of different locales or something, and I live in redneck land. Funny I don't see that here so much.
Just admit that the Republican Party has shrunken to a few miscreants.
Miscreant, that's pretty judgmental but you're entitled to your opinion. What you call miscreants are the vocal minority, with a differing opinion from yours, that is getting the airtime, like I said above.
Reagan addressed school children and was rightly commended...
Bush Sr addressed school children and was rightly commended...
Bush Jr addressed school children and was rightly commended...
NO one criticized them for reaching out to school kids.
So this "outrage" is just hypocrisy in its ugliest and stupid form.
Who's jaded now ?
On MacBozo's comment ... who in the GOP is speaking up against these insane morons? Who is defending the Presidents right to speak to school children and urge them to dream big and do well? When the uber-obedient are silent... only the shouting voices of hyenas are heard.
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