In a quest to get more American children enrolled at even younger ages into our government indoctrination centers, er, public schools, Obama recently made a pretty straightforward statement on Uncle Sam’s position regarding stay-at-home moms.

Speaking in Rhode Island on Halloween, Obama said, “Sometimes, someone, usually mom, leaves the workplace to stay home with the kids, which then leaves her earning a lower wage for the rest of her life as a result. And that’s not a choice we want Americans to make.”


“That’s not a choice we want Americans to make.”

To be a stay-at-home mom? No stay-at-home moms in America, then?

Oh really? Shouldn’t it not be a choice women have to make?

And “we”? Who in the hell is “we”? Who cares what choice the government wants women to make in their personal/professional lives anyway? As a mom, I don’t consult King Obama and his band of merry morons every time I make a parenting decision, and frankly, I am scared of any parent who would.

Talk about flushing society down the toilet…because we all know how loving and nurturing public schools in this country are. Definitely a mom replacement there!

It really should go without saying, but because of how stupid this particular comment from our president is, I’m going to say it anyway. Most moms don’t work in lieu of staying home with their children because they want to. Most moms these days work because they have to in order to support their kids…not because they choose their job over their children and definitely not because the government wants them to choose their job over their children.

Obama then went on to talk about how we need to get 6 million American children enrolled in preschool programs on the taxpayer dime…blah blah blah…

Obama and his administration have long been pushing longer hours of indoctrination for children, tossing around both longer public school days and completely doing away with summer vacation.

“Now, I know longer school days and school years are not wildly popular ideas. Not with Malia and Sasha, not in my family, and probably not in yours. But the challenges of a new century demand more time in the classroom,” Obama quipped in September 2009.

Written by: MELISA MELTON – continue at THE DAILY SHEEPLE


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