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First, the president told you to work hard in school. "You can't spell success without U," he said. "The only place you'll find success before work is in the dictionary" ... whatever that means.

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Maybe that's true for Democrats and socialists. But they are on the wrong side of history. Look at the great Republican president George W. Bush. Did he work hard in school? No! Did he work hard as governor of Texas or President of the United States? No! Did he ever work a day in his life? No! To him, work was a four-letter word. And look where that got him ... he became president of the United States!

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Still, this Barack Obama -- a man who can't even prove where he was born -- isn't the first national leader to encourage his people to work hard. Seventy years ago, the chancellor of Germany did the same thing. But he used the phrase, "Arbeit Macht Frei" ... "work makes you free". That slogan was forged in wrought iron above the gates of Dachau concentration camp. And who was that chancellor of Germany? None other than Adolf Hitler.

That should tell you something about the true character of this man, this "president" Barack Obama. Now you know what he and his ilk really think of your school, and you and your classmates.

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See what I mean? You can't take anything these Democrat socialists say at face value. All the time, they say one thing and mean another.

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Rick Wise is an industrial psychologist and retired management consultant. For 15 years, he was managing director of ValueNet International, Inc. Before starting ValueNet, Rick was director, corporate training and, later, director, corporate (more...)

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