Braveny’s Garden

Thank you Laura Bush
September 8, 2009, 5:36 pm
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Thank you Laura Bush for standing up for President Obama’s speech to the kids returning to school today.  I wish you had been able to have your husband do the same, but..  well…  I understand.  At least YOU had the guts to say something against all the craziness.  For that I thank you and offer you these flowers from my garden.


The President’s Address to Schoolkids
September 7, 2009, 9:39 am
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Here is the link, President Obama’s address to school kids has been posted. 

Prepared Remarks of President Barack Obama
Back to School Event

John Harwood On Obama School Speech Reaction
September 5, 2009, 11:48 am
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John Harwood On Obama School Speech Reaction

Thank you.. I think they are stoopid too.

Stoopid News #2
September 3, 2009, 8:39 pm
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Jake Tapper and Karen Travers report:

White House officials seemed to be caught flat-footed by the response to what they say was a simple back to school address by President Obama to students across the nation — and has turned into a firestorm.

The White House now admits that one of the lessons plans surrounding the speech was written clumsily, subjecting it to misinterpretation, and had to be re-written. 

Some parents are talking about keeping their kids from school on tuesday to avoid the president’s remarks. The White House says it will release a copy of the text of the president’s address on monday so parents and educators can see that the message is entirely about learning, staying in school and taking personal responsibility.

Some school districts in Texas, Illinois, Virginia, Wisconsin, Missouri and Minnesota are even refusing to show the president’s address.

Well excuse me folks.  Some of us would LOVE to have the President address our children.  If you don’t like it..  keep your kids home that day.  I have seen and heard so much racism since November, but this beats all.