Friday, September 04, 2009

Just in passing and of no particular consequence

Tristero at Hullabaloo notes the inane (and orchestrated) kerfullfle over Obama's intention to give a speech to schoolchildren, including the fact that it made the front page of the New York Times and complains about the wimpy Dimcrat response. In the course of that he said this:
[T]elling kids to study in school is a message Republicans don't want schoolchildren to hear?
To which I replied:
Insane, isn't it? They are outraged, outraged I tell you, insisting that if you work hard in school, if you study, if you learn, if you pay attention to the world around you, why that leads to, to - to socialism!

Which is, of course, non- ... um....

Actually, that's true. I guess they have a point after all. It's on the top of their heads, but they do have a point.
It comes out better spoken aloud with the appropriate inflections and dramatic pauses, so use your imagination.

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