My Foster Children

Sunday, May 23, 2010
Posted in category Messiah Obama

Finally, I have put them all on video. And I didn’t teach them any of this. If I had, they’d be much more hardcore. The very last kid has the best comment saved for him.

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5 Responses to My Foster Children

  1. Iluvatar says:

    May 23rd, 2010 at 11:41 pm

    The last kid had it so right.

    Stop watching the television b/c it is brainwashing you.

    Amen.

    Harlan Ellison (who came to UD to criticize our watching of TV – called it “sucking on the glass teat”), was a testimony in that regard…

    Problem was?

    He wrote my most favorite episode of the original “Star Trek” (Judith Keeler who wanted peace in the face of the German Nazis pre-WWII – starred a great lookin’ Natalie Woods (??? prob’ly got that wrong…)

    Hey dudes, it’s real simple – stop sucking of the glass teat!

    Get critical; question EVERYTHING!

    Peace, man…

  2. Alex says:

    May 24th, 2010 at 7:18 am

    You were thinking Joan Collins (“City on the Edge of Forever”),lol. And yes, that was the reason the original series was so good for the first two seasons. Even though the “Vast Wastland” quote is now fifty years old, I truly remember TV as having a semblance of taste and intelligence (see Karen’s recent Phil Donahue-Milton Friedman thread).

    I wonder, with the brainwashing by a vast pedagogical wasteland of public education, how many young kids this age having views of their own. I remember having distinct political opinions by the age of seven on Nixon, Watergate, and Vietnam. I’m thinking of that little girl who wE on the news with the First Lady and was cogent enough to understand that “mommy didn’t have papers.”

    So, I’d be interested to see what’s on the minds of our more intelligent toddlers, partcularly the homeschooled. “Out of the mouths of babes ….!” (lol)

  3. Michael says:

    May 24th, 2010 at 8:51 am

    These kids are going to grow up. And one day, they’re going to ask us: “What did you do to avoid this mess?”

    That what keeps me up at night. Talking to others, reading Karen’s blog, posting on message boards, buying gold, etc. That day is coming soon. I guess that’s my answer. I only wish I could do more.

    None of it really matters to me except for that answer I’ll have to give. One day, I’m going to be asked, “Daddy, what did you do?” I just hope my answer is sufficient.

  4. Michael says:

    May 24th, 2010 at 9:12 am

    BTW, when did Mark Dice start working for Faux News?

  5. Iluvatar says:

    May 24th, 2010 at 11:33 pm

    @ Michael:

    And when the question comes – your answer will be: “I loved you when you when you were a toddler and you ignited my heart. I loved so much teaching you math and teaching you how to ride a bike and reading you great stories”. “I talked to you as a teenager and an adult”.

    We had so many conversations about being FREE. We had so many conversations about BEING RESPONSIBLE.

    We shared so many stories about drugs, and premature sex, and being responsible in our daily work and chores.

    We heard so MUCH from you DAD about being free, questioning EVERYTHING in a critical way!

    We heard so much from you DAD about revolting from society when they are just a bunch of ovine non-thinking human beings!

    Yeh, we heard you DAD, and, as we age and get in/out of college your message is now sinking in homewards.

    Michael, we can’t prevent what is going all by our selves, it is a concerted effort!

    We do what we can do at this level, and then we do for our children – best we can!

    It’s a war out there…

    Hang tough for you and la famille.

    And to your children: “please know that I will ALWAYS love you…”

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