Pamela Geller, Big Government: Americorps, Obama’s Scandal-Plagued Indoctrination Machine

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It’s great to be a prisoner in Obama’s America: you get stimulus
dollars, preferential job placement, and a place in AmeriCorps. But if
you’re a child in public school, watch out.


Obama said he was going to build a civilian army — and he is using
our children. He is recruiting in public school classrooms: I
exclusively broke the story about how his group Organizing
for America is recruiting
in the classroom. But AmeriCorps (can
Obama pronounce the second syllable?) is the primary machinery for his
youth army. And there is huge dough behind it — yours and mine. And that
money is now being used to mandate service programs that indoctrinate
our children to work for “the common

America is the most beneficent nation in the world. We give the most
to charity (though Republicans far out-give Democrats), and whenever
there is a disaster in the world, we are there. On a local level, we
donate a ton of money to community programs.

So why is service being mandated? Mandated service is slavery.
Voluntary service is empathy. Empathy is the positive result of a moral
value system, as taught in a proper educational curriculum.

We give to our community because we want to (not because we have to) —
but this new AmeriCorps program appears to be mandatory. What ever
happened to parents teaching their children to help out in the local
community? Why is community service being defined, controlled,
and essentially even regulated and dictated by the Federal Government?
ever happened to people buying groceries and dropping them off at St.
Vincent’s Kitchen — or privately sponsoring a homeless family for
Christmas at the local shelter, or helping a neighbor who is out of work
and needs food? Or working in the food bank at the local church or

Is it truly community service of the heart if it is passed
off for a mandatory grade at a public school?

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