Cute Kids Will Sing Praise to Dear Leader

The kids at Atlanta’s Ron Clark school are real self starters and hard changers, not to mention cute. But couldn’t they have chosen another song. They’ve been asked to sing at the Innauguration next week. Heck that’s an honor and well deserved … but will they be singing “God Bless America”? Nope … they’ll be singing “Dear Obama”. Here’s the song.


Umm … these kids are proud … of their race and their achievement. Should be. But it should not have taken an Obama presidency to show them they could do anything in America. Oprah, Tiger, Bill, Ron Williams, Condi Rice, Colin Powell , etc.. I think there could have been a more appropriate song but that’s just me.

7 replies
  1. chris
    chris says:

    Unbelievable how Obama has energized the young-the very young-got them into politics. In my years of manning my town's democratic town committee's booth at our country fair-I never saw anything like this year.  Grammar, middle and high school kids barraged us with requests for Obama stickers, signs, buttons, anything….

  2. Bill
    Bill says:

    With our personality obsessed politics and celebrity obsessed media, is it any surprise that substance can be ignored and cultism can flourish?  Is there no cultural memory of Italy, Germany, and the United States in the 1930s?

  3. Wayne SW
    Wayne SW says:

    If I had a choice to listen to these brain washed skulls full of mush singing this God comparitive type song or that stupid Dogs Barking Christmas Song, put me out with the dogs.

  4. Dan S
    Dan S says:

    First, your use of upper and lower case for passwords is stupid. Second, these children singing the praises of Obama is embarrassing, it reminds me of the children singing to Hitler, it makes me very nervous. If Obama brings peace to the middle east, could he be the Antichrist? Makes me wonder

    • Steve McGough
      Steve McGough says:

      @Dan S – point taken about the passwords. As administrators, we did not have to go through what you did to register. You can change your password to whatever you'd like. After you log in, you are directed to an administration area. Click on Your Profile up in the top left, scroll down and enter your new password in the two boxes. The guidelines (weak/strong) are just guidelines, you can set it to whatever you want I think.

      I will work to improve this functionality over the weekend.

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