Virginia middle school teacher now forcing students to do opposition research in class on Republican candidates for Obama
Welcome to Amerika. Obama has press secretaries in the media. He also has his brown shirts in the unions, especially teachers unions. Indoctrinating kids has been a staple of the Obama regine of terror. The latest craze in Obama indoctrination is forcing eight grade students at Liberty Middle School in Fairfax County, to seek out the vulnerabilities of Republican presidential hopefuls and forward them to the Obama campaign. No, this is not Nazi Germany, this is not Mao’s China, this is not North Korea. It’s whatever is left of America.
“This assignment was just creepy beyond belief — like something out of East Germany during the Cold War,” one frustrated father, who asked for his family to remain anonymous, told The Daily Caller.
The assignment was for students to research the backgrounds and positions of each of the GOP candidates for president and find “weaknesses” in them, the parent explained. From there, students were to prepare a strategy paper to exploit those weaknesses and then to send their suggestions to the Obama campaign.
Liberty teacher Michael Denman, who declined to comment, unveiled the assignment in mid-January when he broke the Civics Honor’s class into four groups, one for each Republican candidate. The students were then to collaborate as a group and research the backgrounds of their assigned candidate.
Denman assigned two kids to write a paper revealing the identified “weaknesses,” two to write the attack strategy paper and two others to locate an individual inside the Obama campaign to whom they could send the information.
“My classmates don’t actually know a lot, but a few of us tended to agree that the most recent instruction on this project just didn’t seem right,” one of the students told TheDC. “Mr. Denman didn’t tell us where to find the information, just to research on them.”
As a result, the school received multiple phone calls from parents frustrated with the political nature of the assignment, the father told TheDC.