Some call it indoctrination and others say it encourages political involvement.
On a video posted on the internet, middle school students say Barack Obama has inspired them to succeed.Conservative morning Chris Stigall saw the video on the Drudge Report.
"This is an indoctrination. It's not a debate. It's not discussing relevant issues. It's not tit-for-tat," Stigall, with 710 KCMO Radio, said.Stigall said his disapproval isn't because of Obama, but rather because where it took place.
"No public school could or should get away with such a thing," Stigall said.
Stigall said on Monday morning that the school's director called his show and acknowledged that the video was made on school grounds after class at a teacher sanctioned event . . .
The school's director didn't return our calls. According to FOX News, the school suspended the teacher in charge of the after school activity for insubordination after he posted the video online.
If you haven't seen the movie "An American Carol" yet, I would highly encourage you to go see it. It's a comedy spoof on extremist liberal Michael Moore and the hate America documentaries he likes to produce. There is a musical scene in the movie where professors at Columbia University are shown on stage indoctrinating students into liberal dogma. In the movie, the Moore character looks to Muslim terrorists to finance his latest hate America documentary project, an effort to do away with Fourth of July celebrations. Ironically, it was mentioned in a news story today that film producer Oliver Stone turned to the Chinese to finance his latest film project, an anti-Bush myopic.