Red Alert: Organizing For America Recruiting In High Schools

This is an Atlas Shrugs Exclusive:

An Atlas reader, Chuck,  has a student in the eleventh grade in an Ohio High School. Her government class passed out this propaganda recruiting paper so students could sign up as interns for Obama’s Organizing for America (OFA is the former mybarackobama.com site.)

Obama is using our public school system to recruit for his Alinsky-inspired private army. Organizing for America is (and I quote) recruiting in our high schools to “build on the movement that elected President Obama by empowering students across the country to help us bring about our agenda”

Now, if this were an after school club, I would have little to say about it. But in the school classroom? This needs to stop, now.

Imagine the outcry if Americans For Prosperity decided to use the school classroom to recruit students “to build on” the tea party movement, in order to foil the Democrat’s agenda?

Would that be okay? Would it be allowed? Would a conservative even think of doing such a thing?

Atlas continues:

Check out the recommended reading list page 4:

  • Rules for Radicals, Saul Alinsky
  • The New Organizers, Zack Exley
  • Stir It Up: Lessons from Community Organizing and Advocacy, Rinku Sen
  • Obama Field Organizers Plot a Miracle, Zack Exley, Huffington Post
  • Dreams of My Father Chicago Chapters, Barack Hussein Obama

This internship program is geared towards the 2010 elections. Using our kids as their goons. Can you imagine if the Republicans attempted such a fascist stunt?

See Atlas for full details.

RELATED:

The Dems are starting off the new year having learned nothing from 2009.

Senate kills Vitter’s ACORN amendment

The U.S. Senate killed an amendment Thursday offered by Sen. David Vitter, R-La., that would have prohibited federal volunteer funds from going to the community group ACORN and its affiliates.

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The amendment was offered to the National Service Act being considered by the chamber.

The bill is aimed at providing $5.7 billion to aid 250,000 volunteers across the country in the arenas of health care, energy, environment and education.

The Senate voted to table the Vitter amendment, 53-43, effectively killing it.

Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., voted to table the amendment.

ACORN has received $41 million in federal funding since 1999, Vitter said.

In the past four years, organization workers have been arrested for voter fraud registrations in 17 states.

I’d suggest that people call Sen. Landrieu’s office, but we all know how much good that would do.

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8 thoughts on “Red Alert: Organizing For America Recruiting In High Schools

  1. For the hallbut it would be fun to create an analogous conservative reading list and form a group to push it. Sure would liven up those otherwise boring PTA and school board meetings. For example, we could start with “Slouching Towards Gomorrran” by Robort H. Bork. Nominations?

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