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Brainwashed in New Rochelle

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By Michelle Malkin  •  February 5, 2009 12:43 PM

Caution: Tax dollars at work, creating 7-year-old Obama-bots in the New Rochelle, NY school system.

Students at an elementary school in New Rochelle, NY, a largely Democratic suburb of New York City with a City Council and School Board dominated by Democrats, were recently assigned an in-class assignment to color in drawings of Barack Obama to mark the occasion of the inauguration of the 44th President. The drawings depicted Obama in various heroic poses, flags waving in the background, but one drawing went beyond adulation into overt political activity disguised as a pedagogical exercise. The drawing is a campaign button, in the center of a circle Barack Obama is smiling surrounded by another circle with the words “Students for Obama 2008”.

Do public school employees cross the line with this sort of thing?

At least one student objected but her concerns were ignored.

“I was mad”, the second grader told Talk of the Sound. “I wanted McCain to win”.

New Rochelle Superintendent of Schools Richard Organisciak, an Obama supporter, did not respond to emails requesting comment.

Read all about the brainwashing here.

Soon, they’ll be learning the Obama goose-step and singing the O anthem.

Yes, they can.

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