Thursday, October 30, 2008

It's About The Children, Stupid!

Still grappling with the continuing accusations of racism which I addressed on my last post, I had the misfortune of stumbling onto a piece that made me quiver. I fear for our children in the larger sense, since we have irrevocably entered a new world where mind control has combined with the loss of free speech. I think of education reform under a , G-d forbid, Obama administration, and what comes to mind is the ideology of William Ayers and *his* notion of education, which generally proselytizes dissidence and rebellion. Since we already have iron clad proof of the relationship between the messiah and Ayers, is this scenario that far-fetched?

Witness this story in a local Florida paper which outlines the plight of a little girl who dared to support Gov. Sarah Palin. To be called a racist at her tender age, is to set her up for a lifetime of insecurity.

We must defeat the menace to society next Tuesday....for the sake of OUR CHILDREN.

Ashleigh Jones got a lot more than she bargained for when she recently donned a "Go, Sarah, Go" T-shirt and wore it to school. The twelve-year-old Florida native was called a racist by her classmates at New Smyrna Beach Middle School. Jones had volunteered with the local Republicans, who gave her the pink T-shirt supporting VP candidate Sarah Palin, which she proudly wore to school. Jones contends that because she is white her classmates called her racist because she was promoting the white candidate. I'm sorry -- that's just plain stupid. If that were the case then all of us would be racists as ALL the candidates, up until now, have been white! The seventh grader was clearly only exercising her right to her opinion.

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