Oh, are we not supposed to make fun of kids? Even little loser ones? Meh, they’re not allowed on Wonkette anyway. (Just in case though: hey kids, go say “FUCK” to your parents!) Conservatives are flipping out all over this latest Indoctrination video. Media Matters is responding, “they did this for George W. Bush too though!!” Whatever. It (a) is always creepy and (b) never matters, because who cares what some kids chant in elementary school. [Mountain Xpress]

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  1. Meh…whake me up when one of them shows up in a mask and incites the rest of the little urchins to sacrifice an allegedly virginal classmate to their new dark god.

  2. My Preznit has a first name
    It’s B-A-R-A-K
    My Preznit has a second name
    It’s O-B-A-M-A

    Oh, I love to please him every day
    And if you ask me why I’ll say
    Cuz Yes we can believe in hope
    And I’m no stupid right-wing dope

  3. OT, because not interested in this video:

    dear wonkette tips: GOP donor gives 3 times as much money to Taliban as he does to GOP

    NEW YORK — A New York businessman accused of trying to funnel money to a terrorist training camp in Afghanistan pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of terrorism financing and conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

    Abdul Tawala Ibn Ali Alishtari entered his plea before a federal judge in Manhattan. He could face up to 25 years in prison when he is sentenced.

    Alishtari, 56, of suburban Ardsley, had been accused of accepting an unspecified amount of money to transfer $152,000 that he believed was being sent to Pakistan and Afghanistan to support the camp. Prosecutors say Alishtari, also known as Michael Mixon[! I wonder what James DObson’s real name is], believed the money would be used to buy night vision goggles and other equipment[but for insugents [to fight Obama]].

    He also pleaded guilty to stealing millions of dollars from victims through his fraudulent operation of a loan investment program.

    In 2003, Alishtari donated $20,000 to the National Republican Senatorial Committee. The committee renounced the contribution and gave it away to charity after news reports identified Alishtari as an NRSC “Inner Circle Member for Life.” [creepy title. good thing it’s for life]

    Alishtari also donated more than $15,000 to the National Republican Congressional Committee. An NRCC spokeswoman has said the committee will donate the money to charity [Taliban] if Alishtari is convicted. [1. the cooler NRSC has made no such promise. 2. He pleaded guilty, but we’re gonna wait to see if now he ALSO gets convicted]

  4. this has to be stopped. next thing you know, they’ll be chanting something completely in unison, all of them at the same time, no hold-outs allowed. it’ll be something called “the pledge of allegiance.”

  5. The front row from the left fifteen years later —

    Doing porn.

    Killed fighting in Afghanistan.

    CEO of HP.

    Runs the Wonkette.

    Doing porn.

    Writes speeches for Governor of Alaska Willow Palin.

  6. Hey, if the parents said it was all right, the wingtards need to back the hell off. After all, it’s perfectly fine when conservative parents take their kids teabagging…

  7. Jim, you will get letters from the square pants saying you are racist for calling the prez nobama, and you should be ahamed of yourself calling kids losers. Let us read a few.

    I feel sorry for the square pants because I’m one — just a smarty pants.


  9. Wait — liberalism in prevalent? I thought it was just a small cadre of socialists meeting in a smoke-filled room somewhere conspiring to fill people’s heads with lies. Admitting that it’s actually popular might be a mistake.

  10. [re=423687]Humpback[/re]: My party has a first name
    It’s R-E-P-U-B
    My party has a second name
    It’s L-I-C-A-N

    I send them money every day
    And if you ask me why I’ll say
    The GOP has a way
    With fucking up the USA

  11. NYNYNY: Notice the date – that thing’s two years old. Where was this during the whole “palling around with terrorists” thing? Wake up, Dems. Sheesh. Might have known that one was projection too.

  12. So conservatives don’t WANT to make America better?
    I’m so confused.

    (also, these kids only get a 7 from the Russian judge. Not enough marching).

  13. I think the GOP is just mad because these children should be working in a Western Wats’ call center, doing polling for the GOP. Remember these are the same clowns that were asking mean questions about Romney for Romney to be able to cry about being picked on.

  14. Aren’t these the same kids from the episode of Star Trek that killed all the adults because a bad man told them to, and then cried later because they missed their parents and Kirk was trying to hold them and touch them in private places?

    I just don’t like the sound of children shouting incantations.

  15. Change has come. Change has come. It’s in the sofa. Dope! It’s what we smoke! Clip your wings off and fly free! Education liberation I love you. Tutti Frutti!

  16. But it’s all ok if the retarded Trigs sing:

    Hail to George
    George is the King
    Hail to George
    The King of Kings
    The King of Kings
    And Jesus does Sing
    To George W. Bush
    The King of Kings.
    The end is near
    The Jews are in fear
    We Christians are coming
    Because God is cunning
    He hates the Jews
    And we are the chosen
    And We will laugh
    When Jews are all frozen

    In the mountains
    After the atomic blast
    That we will ensure

    The end.

  17. In my elementary school we were never made to chant about Reagan. But we were fingerprinted by the cops en masse and encouraged to turn in our parents, if they did drugs.

  18. That was actually kind of gross but then again I think most elementary school recitals are gross. That’s why me and the woman use socialist birth control.

    Your move wingtards: Either I sire a litter of socialist children of the corn chanting about hope and change OR I keep have non-procreation sects. With a woman. Who doesn’t cry during.

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