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Friday, 4 September 2009

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ACORN will provide children with uniforms containing their neat logo!

President Barack Obama's scheduled speech to the nation's school children, scheduled for September 8th, will introduce his new national youth program. The group, called The Obama Youth For Change, will be open to all school age children and will involve activities and club meetings and will provide a uniform to each child.

This new program for the kids will be under the direction of ACORN, and participants will receive a brown shirt just like ACORN wears. The overall organization will be run out of the White House Office of Rhetoric and Empty Promises (part of the Ministry of Truth).

Obama's speech to the youth is similar to speeches to a nation's children made by another world leader. In the 1930's, Germany's Head of State also founded a children's group and named them after himself. He called them The Hitler Youth.

There is no verification yet to the rumors that children will be taught to turn in their parents for watching Fox News, listening to Glenn Beck or Rush Limbaugh on the radio, keeping their McCain bumper stickers on their cars, or speaking against the Health Care Plan or Stimulus Packages. Children who report their parents for cheating on their taxes, however, will ensure Mommy or Daddy of getting an appointment in the Obama Administration.

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