Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Law Breaker in Chief

Obama will violate Federal Laws to Indoctrinate Your Children

Federal law specifically forbids Obama, Education Secretary Duncan or any officer from exercising 'any direction, supervision, or control over the cirriculum, program of instruction, administration or personnel of any educational institution or school.

In what many believe is both an unprecedented and inappropriate partisan move, Obama announced that on Tuesday, September 8th, he will do an end run around parents and directly target children in what is widely preceived as an effort to implement his extreme leftist political agenda.

US DOE Secretary Arne Duncan sent a letter to school principals encouraging them to cease academic instructin and have classes tune in to a live speech Obama will give to children during school hours on Tuesday at noon. The DOE even provided lesson plans, sample activities and questions that teachers can use to promote the event. The letter encourages teachers to 'build background knowledge about the president by reading books about Barack Obama."

Secretary Duncan is a left-wing Chicago-land politician who chose Kevin Jennings as Assistant Deputy Secretary of the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools. Jennings is founder of GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network) an extremist group that promotes forced acceptance of homosexuality and transexuality in schools to children as young as 5.

The Federal Law that Obama is violating is
20 U.S.C 3403
Title 20. Education Chapter 48
Department of Education Subchapter 1
General Provisions 3403 Relationship with States

(a) Rights of local governments and educational institutions. It is the intention of the Congress in the establishment of the Department to protect the rights of State and local governments and public and private educational institutions in the area of educational policies and administration of programs and to strengthen and improve the control of such governments and institutions over thier own educational programs and policies. The establishment of the Department of Education shall not increase the authority of the Federal Government over education or diminish the responsibility for education which is reserved to the States and the local school systems and other instrumentalities of the States.

(b) Cirriculum, administration, and personnel: Library resources. No provision of a program administered by the Secretary or by any other officer of the Department shall be construed to authorized the Secretary or any such officer to exercise any direction, supervision, or control over the cirriculum, program of instruction, administration, or personnel or any educational institution, school or school system over any accrediting agency or association, or over the selection or content of library resources, textbooks or other instructional materials by any educational institutional or school system, except to the extent authorized by law.

edited from J. Matt Barber, Washington DC

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