When President George H.W. Bush spoke at a junior high school in Washington DC, October 1, 1991, the Democrat Party not only denounced the speech, they also ordered the General Accounting Office to investigate its production and summoned administration officials to Capitol Hill for a hearing on the issue; the Democrat House Majority Leader attacked the speech saying, “The Department of Education should not be producing paid political advertising for the president, it should be helping us to produce smarter students. [T]he president should be doing more about education than saying, ‘Lights, camera, action.'; “the National Education Association in condemning the speech said it “cannot endorse a president who spends $26,000 of taxpayers’ money on a staged media event”; and the Washed Out Compost reported, “The White House turned a Northwest Washington junior high classroom into a television studio and its students into props.”
Go back to sleep now and dream of allegiance and service to Brother O in his efforts to transform America.