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Skip to comments.Obama Pushed on Our Kids in Grade School Lit Textbook
Posted on 10/15/2008 6:50:53 AM PDT by RogerFGay
Over at RealDebateWisconsin Fred Dooley was contacted by the mother of a Racine Unified School District 8th grade student in Wisconsin public schools about an outrageous thing she found in her sons school textbook. Apparently, in this textbook supposedly teaching about literature, one of the books being pushed as a perfect example of that subject is Barack Obamas memoir Dreams from my Father. Thats right, a book by a current political candidate for president is being pushed on our children as literature. It also seems probable from campaign donation records that a principle member of the publishing company is a large Obama donor. ... cont.
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Is this guy’s fingerprints EVERYWHERE? Geez.
Imagine if he gets to be President. As much as i strongly DISLIKE the compromiser, McPain, I'll be voting for him.
It looks like they're trying to make the Obomination a modern day MLK - another fraud and phony.
If you would like to see the 15 page story on Obama, it appears that you can order this book online. There is a note in the book that says, For more on Barack Obama, visit the Literature Center at www.ClassZone.com The book is: Wisconsin - 8th grade - McDougal Littell Literature - copyright 2008. The Obama story starts on page 830.
(It’s the deatured online book in the lower left cornor. You will have to create a un/pw to look at the garbage.)
I hope you will take the time to look at this book. Im really angry about this - In fact, I would love to rip the pages right out of this book.
By the way, you might find this interesting: I did a little checking on McDougal Littell, and it appears that MCDOUGAL, ALFRED L CHICAGO , IL 60611 - N/A/RETIRED has been making contributions to Barack Obamas campaign!
I found that information on this website.
And the Obama campaign in video games now.
Check out the pic.
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