By request: Obama destroys US – Collectivists compare Boosh to Hitler

While Obama and the band of thieves collectively referred to as the democratic party are destroying the country at a harrowing pace – and have no doubt that Obama is doing the same things the left went bat shit about when Boosh was doing them, only Obama is doing this on steroids, but getting a pass – it should not surprise anyone that shit like this is being pushed by the usual suspects:

A D.C. public school gave a sixth grade class a homework assignment that required students to draw comparisons between former President George W. Bush and Adolf Hitler.

The assignment was given out this week at McKinley Tech Middle School in Northeast and has angered at least one parent who complained about the homework.

A copy of the assignment, made by the parent, instructs students to draw examples from two texts they were assigned and to fill in a Venn diagram with similarities and differences between the two men.

“Now that we have read about two men of power who abused their power in various ways, we will compare and contrast them and their actions. Please refer to your texts, ‘Fighting Hitler — A Holocaust Story’ and ‘Bush: Iraq War Justified Despite No WMD’ to compare and contrast former President George W. Bush and Hitler. We will use this in class tomorrow for an activity!” reads the text at the top of the assignment.

If you were inclined to believe the bullshit that this was an exercise to just compare abuse of power, they should have picked Obama. The downright depraved and criminal behavior by this administration has engaged in makes Boosh’s presidency look real good in comparison. Of course, the agenda is to fill the mush heads minds with the belief things are otherwise. The left is desperate to rewrite history, and now doubly so, to provide cover for what is the most corrupt administration to have held power in my lifetime, and just like with everything else, the agenda is to blame Boosh.

A more apt comparison to Hitler would be Obama, and that’s for sure. Both have the same socialist bend in spades, believing that a big all-powerful government run by a strongman, leading the charge and favoring the connected few, is the answer to all the country’s problems. The only thing they have that comes to me immediately as a difference, is that Hitler thought his people and country where the best, and Obama pretends that’s what he believes while acting always to prove that he stands for the contrary.

US Tax payer’s money at use. Shit like this compare Boosh to Hitler nonsense, especially in the age of Obama, whom is a far better fit when you want to discuss criminal behavior and abuse of power, makes dumb shit like this, look like a wise investment.

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  1. Xetrov

    Thanks for posting it, Alex. Just think on the opposite for a second:

    A teacher gives an assignment asking students for comparisons of Obama to Hitler. Imagine the shit storm that would cause in the media. It would be front page news for a week. Calls of racism, right-wing hatred, moronic tea-party antics, etc. would ring from every corner. You would have calls for the teacher, principal, school superintendent, and school board to be fired (provided they were Republicans). If it happened in a Republican governed state, I have no doubt there would be calls for that Governor’s resignation as well. The double-standard in this country is amazing to behold.

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  2. Xetrov

    Interesting Statistic in regards to Bush v. Obama:

    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/rich-noyes/2014/09/08/mrc-study-tv-buries-bad-news-obamas-collapsing-polls

    Just last Thursday, for example, Gallup found Obama’s approval rating at a record low of 38 percent, yet none of the three broadcast networks bothered to mention this on their evening or morning newscasts.

    Such coverage is in stunning contrast to how those same newscasts relentlessly emphasized polls showing bad news for George W. Bush during the same phase of his presidency. Media Research Center analysts reviewed every reference on the ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts to public opinion polls from January 1 through August 31, 2014, and from the same time period in 2006. Eight years ago, the networks aired 124 evening news reports which cited public opinion polls about either President Bush’s overall approval rating or his handling of specific policies. In 2014, those same broadcasts produced only nine reports which mentioned public opinion surveys related to President Obama.

    In Bush’s case, the networks routinely highlighted his falling approval ratings to illustrate his political weakness, and regularly cited polling data showing public disapproval of policies such as the Iraq war. This year, even as President Obama has suffered his own political meltdown, the networks have spared him from such coverage.

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