Republican Rebuttal to Obama's Back-to- School Tripe?

By John W. Lillpop

As his approval ratings descend ever southward, President Barack Obama has apparently accepted the grim fact that he can no longer convince adult Americans to buy into his Marxist, anti-American schemes.

Which is why the president will attempt to regain his mojo by speaking directly to tens of millions of young children who will return to school next week.

An announced, in part, by the Office of the White House Press Secretary *:

"As children across America go back to school, President Obama will deliver a national address directly to students on the importance of taking responsibility for their success in school on Tuesday, September 8th at 12:00 PM EDT at Wakefield High School in Arlington. In advance of this address, the Department of Education is providing resources developed by and for teachers to help engage students and stimulate discussion about persisting and succeeding in school. The speech will be broadcast live on www.WhiteHouse.gov and C-SPAN."

Therefore, American school children will be forced to endure a "back to school" message from a president who has lost control of his administration, the issues, his own political party, and the electorate.

His message will surely be laced with political bias in favor of his extremist views and in ridicule of the opposition.

As currently conceived, Obama's propaganda will not be rebutted by elected officials who disagree with the policies of the fading messiah-monarch.

Of course, left wing extremists intent on thwarting conservative messages have threatened to resurrect the "Fairness Doctrine," a relic from the past that is anything but fair.

Perhaps those liberal purists should promote a Republican rebuttal to Obama's back-to-school tripe--in the name of fairness? For the children?