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September 4th, 2009
07:47 AM ET
soundoff (4 Responses)
  1. Stephanie

    You go Anderson! It is wonderful to hear that Obama wants to address students. This is, after all, one of his campaign issues, stay in school, get an education and become good citizens.

    September 4, 2009 at 8:12 pm |
  2. Dee

    Anderson Cooper did a great job with the Republican from Florida last night, After repeatedly asking him if he had been sent information about President Obama' s speech to the students, knew any of the content the president would discuss or spoke with anyone with that knowledge, it was very clear the guy didn't know what he was talking about. He also stated this president has run up more debt that any other president, but it was Bush who did that, not Obama. I'm so happy I'm no longer a republican because they clearly appear to be fools and liars. I think we should be supporting the president rather than continually throwing dirt and lies out there. The republicans should stop pointing their finger at others and put it exactly where it belongs and we all know where that is. Roland Martin did a good job as well. Keep them honest, Anderson!

    September 4, 2009 at 5:57 pm |
  3. Alice, AR

    I think the words of this Jim Greer are more propaganda than what our President was going to say. Where were these protestors when President Bush spoke to our children? This extreme right wing radical group do not speak for most of Americans. They are mostly white males who are nothing but racists. I am a white female that hears all the racist jokes and statements about our President. It makes me ill.

    I voted for McCain, but I feel that the right person won. We desperately need change in this country and he is the only one with any backbone to make these changes. I don't care what color he is.

    The American people have got to stand up against these radical right wing groups. They are the ones destroying our country!!

    September 4, 2009 at 11:30 am |
  4. julie

    Have we come to this? Now the president is "accused" when he wants to talk to school children about the importance of their education. I find this absolutely pathetic. I guess every utterance proposed or spoken by Pres. Obama for the next three and a half years will become a target for conservative attack. Come on, people, what is at the heart of this kind of bitter resentment? It has nothing to do with education or healthcare.

    September 4, 2009 at 11:18 am |