Sunday, August 30, 2009


The Horrid Things Bill O'Reilly Said About Obama

Bill O'Reilly wrote in Parade magazine about what kids need to learn from Barack Obama on August 8. I was amazed at the the hate-mongers harsh word.
Thus, our modern age presents vast challenges to children, and they need to learn lessons quickly in order to prosper. And who better to teach them than the President of the United States?

As has been widely chronicled, Barack Obama had a tough childhood filled with instability and loneliness. However, that did not stop him from rising to become the most powerful man in the world. His breathtaking achievement presents five important lessons for all children.
O'Reilly breaks his points down into 5 lessons.
  • Lesson One: Forgiveness
  • Lesson Two: Respect
  • Lesson Three: Persistence
  • Lesson Four: Hard Work
  • Lesson Five—perhaps the greatest lesson the President can teach children: In America, anything is possible
O'Reilly's final thought:
That adds up to one simple truth that every American child should be told: "If Barack Obama can become the President of the United States, then whatever dream you may have can happen in your life."

It all depends on lessons learned.
Of course, the other lesson to be learned here is that you can vehemently disagree with a person's politics and still respect them as a person and recognize their accomplishments and positive traits. I wonder if Rachel Maddow or Keith Olberman is capable of this.

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