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  • Rewriting History and Traditions
    by northshoreteaparty on December 16, 2009 at 4:21 PM
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  • Barack Obama School Song, Do You Hear Th...
    by northshoreteaparty on November 5, 2009 at 10:23 AM
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    BARACK OBAMA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL — 1-31-2009

    Transcript of "Do You Hear The Sound": There's a sound of Change Blowing in the wind It?s a sound that started long ago By those who dare to dream Fighting against the loss With a passion of hope of better days They had a dream They had hope for a friend to bring this nation together as one The journey begins to education Unlocking every door Shaping a better tomorrow We are sons and daughters Of promise Of school like a city upon a hill Lights inside our hearts And hope to [unintelligible] To rise and conquer [unintelligible] To dream To make a difference Not just in our land But in the world Yes we can Make a difference If we unite Together and take I am the dream I am the hope I am the bridge that?ll bring this nation Together as one The journey begins to education Unlocking every door To shaping a better Tomorrow There?s [unintelligible] If I teach you believe My voice will count My voice will be heard Do you hear the sound I am the dream Do you hear the sound I am the hope Do you hear the sound Yes we can. The Barack Obama Elementary School

    From BigHollywood.com

  • No One?s as Irish as Barack Obama
    by northshoreteaparty on November 5, 2009 at 10:22 AM
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    MARYMOUNT SCHOOL — 3-18-2009

    Transcript: O?Leary, O?Reilly, O?Hare and O?Hara There?s no one as Irish as Barack O?Bama You don?t believe me, I hear you say But Barack?s as Irish, as was JFK His granddaddy?s daddy came from Moneygall A small Irish village, well known to you all He?s in the white house, He took a chance Now let?s see Barack do Riverdance Toor a loo, toor a loo, toor a loo, toor a lama There?s no one as Irish As Barack O?Bama He?s as Irish as bacon and cabbage and stew He?s Hawaiian he?s Kenyan American too He?s in the white house, He took his chance Now let?s see Barack do Riverdance Toor a loo, toor a lay, toor a loo, toor a lama There?s no one as Irish As Barack O?Bama From Kerry and cork to old Donegal Let?s hear it for Barack from old moneygall From the lakes if Killarney to old Connemara There?s no one as Irish as Barack O?Bama From BigHollywood.com

  • Barack Obama is Our New President
    by northshoreteaparty on November 5, 2009 at 10:21 AM
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    HARMONY LELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL — 2-14-09

    Transcript: Barack Obama is our new President Barack Obama is the leader of our land On November 4, 2008 All the Americans voted In each and every state Barack Obama is our new President Barack Obama is the leader of our land He moved into the white house With his wife, Michelle His daughters, Malia and Sasha And new dog as well Barack Obama is our new President Barack Obama is the leader of our land He?ll bring us all together And work hard every day To make our nation better And keep our people safe Barack Obama is our new President Barack Obama is the leader of our land In the oval office From sea to shining sea He?ll represent our country The land and the free Barack Obama is our new President Barack Obama is the leader of our land From BigHollywood.com

  • Powell Elementary Present Kings of Rock
    by northshoreteaparty on November 5, 2009 at 10:20 AM
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    POWELL ELEMENTARY – May 6, 2009

    Transcript: Barack Obama there is none higher Other politicians should call me sire To burn my kingdom you must use fire I create change till I retire! Democratic Party come correct Our cuts are on time our rhymes connect Got the right to vote and will elect Others can?t feel us but give us respect Now I walked through crowds, shook many hands Spent my time saying YES WE CAN! I stood on many stages, held many mics Took airplane flights at great heights PA and Jersey, I won that fight Chicago Illinois was so hype Moving so strong Biden joined the fight Now we are a team and we ignite! Now I crash through walls, Cut through floors, Burst through ceilings Knock down doors. He is George And I?m Turan We?re never far behind In class we shine For every living person With dreams and plans Keep hope alive ? Think ?Yes We Can? We?re the baddest of the bad The cool of the cool I?m Barack I rock and rule. I?m Joe. I rock and rule. It?s not a trick or treat or April fools, It?s all brand new With a little old school. We?ve got the music and the message For all my friends. Check us out on the internet, Load and send. Music ain?t nothing but a peoples jam. It?s President Obama Rockin? with the band! From BigHollywood.com

  • Ending ? Part II of the 5th Grade Perfor...
    by northshoreteaparty on November 5, 2009 at 10:19 AM
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    GOTHAM AVENUE SCHOOL — 2-7-09

    Transcript: We believe in Barack Obama He loves you and he loves your mama We believe in Barack Obama, yeah With all the change he?s building Gonna bring hope to the children We believe in Barack Obama, yeah Change That we can believe in Change That we can believe in Change That we can believe in We believe in Barack Obama He loves you and he loves your mama We believe in Barack Obama, yeah With all the change he?s building Gonna bring hope to the children We believe in Barack Obama, yeah Change That we can believe in Change That we can believe in Change That we can believe in Yeah, haha, haha. Alright, come on now, here we go; You know we gotta get Barack and all of his crew In the White House so they can prove that In their hearts they know what to do And that includes Michelle and the kiddies too [kids chanting] ?There is not a black America and white America and Latino America and Asian America ? there?s the United States of America.? We believe in Barack Obama He loves you and he loves your mama We believe in Barack Obama, yeah With all the change he?s building Gonna bring hope to the children We believe in Barack Obama, yeah [Chant at end of song ? unintelligible] From BigHollywood.com

  • Barack Obama Rap at the Albany Institute...
    by northshoreteaparty on November 5, 2009 at 10:18 AM
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    GIFFEN ELEMENTARY — 3-29-2009

    "Video Note: This is a group of 5th and 6th grade students from Giffen Elementary School performing the Barack Obama song they wrote with their classmates. It is being performed at a function of the Association of Teaching Artists held at the Albany Institute of History and Art."

    Transcript:

    Barack Obama – Recorded:

    “I am the son of a black man from Kenya and a white woman from Kansas. I was raised with the help of a white grandfather who survived a Depression to serve in Patton’s Army during World War II and a white grandmother who worked on a bomber assembly line at Fort Leavenworth while he was overseas. I’ve gone to some of the best schools in America and lived in one of the world’s poorest nations. I am married to a black American who carries within her the blood of slaves and slave-owners – an inheritance we pass on to our two precious daughters. I have brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, uncles and cousins, of every race and every hue, scattered across three continents, and for as long as I live, I will never forget that in no other country on Earth is my story even possible.” — Barack Obama, “A More Perfect Union,” March 18, 2008.

    Verse 1:

    We’re here to tell you about the man. His name is Barack Obama he’s the leader of this land. He was born in Hawaii then he lived in Illinois. His father moved to Africa when he was a little boy. He got into some trouble when he was 17 and he has come clean now he’s [unintelligible] people [unintelligible] He fights for civil rights and better health care. He wants to make sure that we all will have care. He’s [unintelligible] reform [unintelligible] he’s very educated and he’s got a lot of rhythm. First black President with a heart that’s only true, he wants to make the world better for me and you. At Chicago University he used to be a teacher, [unintelligible] At the Democratic National Convention, the name Barack Obama became [unintelligible].

    Chorus:

    Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can.

    Verse 2:

    He was born, in August of 1961. In 2008 for President, He won. We have a new President, Barack is the President. He’s a pioneer. You can check the evidence. He’s African-American. The first black President. Now he’s in the white house. The 44th President. His campaign slogan was “Yes We Can” He’s a Democrat. He’s the man with the plan. There is a special book that was written by Obama. It’s Dreams from My Father, not Dreams from your Momma. [unintelligible] [laughter] [unintelligible] He’s running our country. [unintelligible] great power. [unintelligible] He ran against McCain. Now he’s our President we’re ready to make a change.

    Chorus:

    Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can.

    Verse 3:

    He attended Columbia U in ’82. He married Michelle in 1992. He’s English, he’s Irish, [unintelligible], he’s a modern Martin Luther who was also a great man. [unintelligible] Obama’s going down as the first in history. [unintelligible] about war and that is really great. He’s known around the world – come on let’s celebrate.

    Recording:

    Celebrate good times, come on…

    Continuation of Verse 3:

    He’s proved that education is a big part of the game. And in his spare time he enjoys basketball. When he’s at work he signs legible. Obama is his name, [unintelligible} man, man, women, women and girl. [unintelligible]He’s a true American. If you believe say “Yes We Can”.

    Chorus:

    Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, We say – say Yes We Can, That guy say Yes We Can, That guy say Yes We Can, Everybody say Yes We Can!

    Audience Member:

    Yes We Can.

     

    From BigHollywood.com

  • Barack Obama Rap
    by northshoreteaparty on November 5, 2009 at 10:16 AM
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    GIFFEN ELEMENTARY — 2-12-09

    "Video Note: This is the updated version of a song my students wrote back in 05 after Senator Obama spoke at the Democratic National Convention. This year they updated it in celebration of President Obama?s victory."

    Transcript:

    Barack Obama – Recorded:

    “I am the son of a black man from Kenya and a white woman from Kansas. I was raised with the help of a white grandfather who survived a Depression to serve in Patton’s Army during World War II and a white grandmother who worked on a bomber assembly line at Fort Leavenworth while he was overseas. I’ve gone to some of the best schools in America and lived in one of the world’s poorest nations. I am married to a black American who carries within her the blood of slaves and slave-owners – an inheritance we pass on to our two precious daughters. I have brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, uncles and cousins, of every race and every hue, scattered across three continents, and for as long as I live, I will never forget that in no other country on Earth is my story even possible.” — Barack Obama, “A More Perfect Union,” March 18, 2008.

    Verse 1:

    We’re here to tell you about the man. His name is Barack Obama he’s the leader of this land. He was born in Hawaii then he lived in Illinois. His father moved to Africa when he was a little boy. He got into some trouble when he was 17 and he has come clean now he’s [unintelligible] people [unintelligible] He fights for civil rights and better health care. He wants to make sure that we all will have care. He’s [unintelligible] reform [unintelligible] he’s very educated and he’s got a lot of rhythm. First black President with a heart that’s only true, he wants to make the world better for me and you. At Chicago University he used to be a teacher, [unintelligible] At the Democratic National Convention, the name Barack Obama became [unintelligible].

    Chorus:

    Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can.

    Verse 2:

    He was born, in August of 1961. In 2008 for President, He won. We have a new President, Barack is the President. He’s a pioneer. You can check the evidence. He’s African-American. The first black President. Now he’s in the white house. The 44th President. His campaign slogan was “Yes We Can” He’s a Democrat. He’s the man with the plan. There is a special book that was written by Obama. It’s Dreams from My Father, not Dreams from your Momma. [unintelligible] [laughter] [unintelligible] He’s running our country. [unintelligible] great power. [unintelligible] He ran against McCain. Now he’s our President we’re ready to make a change.

    Chorus:

    Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can, Say Yes We Can.

    Verse 3:

    He attended Columbia U in ’82. He married Michelle in 1992. He’s English, he’s Irish, [unintelligible], he’s a modern Martin Luther who was also a great man. [unintelligible] Obama’s going down as the first in history. [unintelligible] about war and that is really great. He’s known around the world – come on let’s celebrate.

    Recording:

    Celebrate good times, come on. Celebrate good times, come on.

    Celebrate good times, come on. Celebrate good times, come on.

    Continuation of Verse 3:

    He’s proved that education is a big part of the game. And in his spare time he enjoys basketball. When he’s at work he signs legible. Obama is his name, [unintelligible} man, man, women, women and girl. [unintelligible] He’s a true American. If you believe say, “Yes We Can”.

    Chorus:

    Say, Yes We Can [repeated]

    Audience Member: Yes We Can.

     

    From BigHollywood.com

  • Yes We Can ? Barack Obama Music Video 7t...
    by northshoreteaparty on November 5, 2009 at 10:14 AM
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    "Video Note: The 7th grade students followed the 2008 presidential election in several of their classes this term. Concluding the election the students were asked to make video segments based on the popular Obama music video, Yes We Can, by musician Will.i.am. The segments were then compiled into one video. In this video the students discuss various goals as well as how they are able to make a difference in improving our world."

    Transcript:

    Kids Speak over (Yes We Can by Will.I.am) playing in the background:

    This is for the young and old

    The rich and poor

    Democrats and Republicans

    Black, White, Hispanic, Native Americans

    Gay, Straight

    Disabled, Not Disabled

    We can!

    Yes, I can be my own person.

    Yes, I can be a policeman

    Yes, I can have a good future

    Yes, I can be the first person in my family to go to college

    Yes, I can do good in school

    Yes, I can become the first Mexican President

    Yes we can.

    I can save electricity

    I can do good in school

    I can help clean up the community

    I can volunteer

    I can save water

    I can give donations

    Just as a Seventh Grader?

    Yes, we can.

    [unintelligible]

    What you want to do say

    Yes we can

    Ay

    Yes we can

    Ay

    Baseball, football, Yeah we can do it all

    Yes we can

    Ay

    Yes we can

    Ay

    The constitution and make straight A’s

    Yes we can

    Ay

    Yes we can

    Ay

    Lose or choose now what you want to do

    Yes we can

    Ay

    Yes we can

    Ay

    Yes we can

    Be at school on time

    What the… loser

    Don’t do drugs

    Get good grades

    Give me your money – give me your money

    Leave him alone

    No bullying.

    Recycle.

    Yes we can

    Si se puede

    I want to join the Army

    Yes she can

    I want to be a football player

    Yes he can

    I want to join the Air Force

    Yes she can

    I want to pass the Seventh grade.

    Yes he can

    I want to be a doctor.

    Yes she can

    Yes we can!

    Yes we can…be a dentist

    Yes I can be an anesthesiologist

    Yes I can be a choreographer

    Yes I can be a lawyer

    Yes I can be a basketball player

    Yes I can be a teacher

    Yes we can

    Yes we can

    Yes we can

     

    From BigHollywood.com

  • Change We Can Believe In-Song
    by northshoreteaparty on November 5, 2009 at 10:13 AM
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    MORGAN PARK HIGH SCHOOL — 11-13-2008

    "Video Note: This song was inspired by President-Elect Barack Obama?s campaign theme. Morgan Park High School Concert Choir of Chicago, IL are the singers on this video. The song was composed by Patricia Tyson (from Chicago), and its intent is to encourage and motivate the listeners and the performers to pursue a more excellent way!"

    Transcript:

    Change we can believe in

    Change that makes a difference

    Together we can change the world

    Tell every man and woman, every boy and girl

    Change can tear down every wall

    You and I can make the greatest change of all

    We’re united we all stand as one

    Divided we will fail and we will surely fall

    Tell the children

    Take them by the hand

    Tell the generations that we can take a stand

    Tell the nation let them know that God can heal our land

    Change is what we all must be

    Change is what we all must see

    This is our moment, This is our time

    Seize it, [unintelligible], we won’t be denied.

    Say yes we can, yes we can,

    Yes we can

    From the power you may go so very long

    Go so very long

    Let us live [unintelligible]

    Don’t matter what may come our way

    They can not [unintelligible]

    Tell the children

    Take them by the hand

    Tell the generations that we can take a stand

    Tell the nation let them know that God can heal our land

    We want change

    We need change

    We want change

    We must change

    Change, Change, believe it

    Change, Change, a difference

    [unintelligible]

    Our change is here.

     

    From BigHollywood.com

  • Multico?s Finale is Obama?s victory spee...
    by northshoreteaparty on November 5, 2009 at 10:12 AM
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    WEST HIGH SCHOOL — 12-6-08

    "Video Note: Each year, MULTICO, a company of West High School students chosen to reflect the diverse ethnic and racial population of Madisons schools, tours elementary and middle schools with an original thirty minute production focusing on the concerns and experiences of children and adolescents in a multicultural, multilingual urban environment. MULTICO, a two hour a day English class, writes and performs a series of short sketches that highlight race, gender, sexuality and conflict, providing another tool for classroom teachers to use as we all work towards a more empathetic world."

    Transcript:

    If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible; who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time; who still questions the power of our democracy, today is your answer.

    It’s the answer spoken by young and old, rich and poor, Democrat and Republican, black, white, Latino, Asian, Native American, gay, straight, disabled and not disabled — Americans who sent a message to the world that we have never been a collection of red states and blue states; we are, and always will be, the United States of America.

    So let us summon a new spirit of patriotism; of service and responsibility where each of us resolves to pitch in and work harder and look after not only ourselves, but each other.

    The true strength of our nation comes not from the might of our arms or the scale of our wealth, but from the enduring power of our ideals: democracy, liberty, opportunity and unyielding hope.

    For that is the true genius of America — that America can change. Our union can be perfected. And what we have achieved gives us hope for what we can and must achieve tomorrow.

    America, we have come so far. But there is so much more to do. This is our chance to answer that call. This is our moment. This is our time — to put our people back to work and open doors of opportunity for our kids; to restore prosperity and to restore the cause of peace; to reclaim the American Dream and reaffirm that fundamental truth that out of many, we are one; that while we breathe, we hope, and where we are met with cynicism, and doubt, and those who tell us that we can’t, we will respond with that timeless creed that sums up the spirit of a people:

    Yes, we can. Yes, we can. Yes, we can.

     

    From BigHollywood.com

  • Children Taught to Praise Obama at Schoo...
    by northshoreteaparty on November 3, 2009 at 4:06 AM
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    Bernice Young Elementary School in Burlington, NJ (video keeps getting deleted from youtube. 3rd time I've had to post it) More indoctrination of our children at a New Jersey Elementary School. Quote from video: "Barrack Hussein Obama, he said, Red, Yellow, Black and White, all are equal in his sight." Remember when a similar line pertained to Jesus? Song 1: Mm, mmm, mm! Barack Hussein Obama He said that all must lend a hand To make this country strong again Mmm, mmm, mm! Barack Hussein Obama He said we must be fair today Equal work means equal pay Mmm, mmm, mm! Barack Hussein Obama He said that we must take a stand To make sure everyone gets a chance Mmm, mmm, mm! Barack Hussein Obama He said red, yellow, black or white All are equal in his sight Mmm, mmm, mm! Barack Hussein Obama Yes! Mmm, mmm, mm Barack Hussein Obama Song 2: (To music from Battle Hymn of the Republic) Hello, Mr. President we honor you today! For all your great accomplishments, we all doth say "hooray!" Hooray, Mr. President! You're number one! The first black American to lead this great nation! Hooray, Mr. President we honor your great plans To make this country's economy number one again! Hooray Mr. President, we're really proud of you! And we stand for all Americans under the great Red, White, and Blue! So continue ---- Mr. President we know you'll do the trick So here's a hearty hip-hooray ---- Hip, hip hooray! Hip, hip hooray! Hip, hip hooray!


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