The president has the power to “shape our children,” Hillary Clinton said in a controversial tweet that sparked outrage among parents.
We don’t need a president who thinks only married people deserve paid leave and only mothers ever stay home with the kids.
As @FLOTUS said, the choice in this election is about who will have the power to shape our children for the next four years of their lives.
More recently, Black Lives Matter vowed to destroy the nuclear family and replace it with communitarian-style collective parenting.
“We are committed to disrupting the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and ‘villages’ that collectively care for one another, and especially ‘our’ children to the degree that mothers, parents and children are comfortable,” states BlackLivesMatter.com on its “guiding principles” page.
And the notion that children should worship the president gained momentum during the Obama administration.
For example, school teachers in Las Vegas, Nev., forced students to pledge allegiance to a huge, projected image of the president instead of the U.S. flag.
“Anyone in their right mind will realize that Americans are not supposed to ‘pledge allegiance’ or ‘service’ to a president,” Steve Watson pointed out. “The U.S. Constitution, that piece of paper that Obama clumsily swore to defend and protect, states quite clearly that elected representatives are supposed to act in ‘service’ of the people’s best interests, not the other way around.”
Similarly, when Obama began his presidency, entertainment celebrities pledged their servitude to the president.
“The Presidential Pledge is a platform for people across the nation and throughout the world to make a first person commitment of service to our new President, articulating a specific intent or action to become an agent of positive change,” actor Ashton Kutcher said.
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