This is an extended clip of the exchange between the teacher and the Tea Party leader in this district of Texas. It does not seem like the teacher is all that happy with the answers he is receiving, so of course the next thing out of his mouth must be that the Tea Party leader is a Nazi because that is what he heard on MSNBC. It would make sense that this teacher said something like this because this is what we think of when we think of teacher. Wrong or right this is what we think of, and the fact that it is so predominant in our nation we really have to look at who we are allowing to teach our children. This man obviously has no idea what the Nazi’s did, and it was not round up illegal aliens and ship them out of the country unharmed.
This teacher, a government teacher at the John F. Kennedy School, seemed to not be so pleased with what was said in response to his agitation, so he took it up a notch by calling the leader a Nazi. While I would hope a government teacher would have more sense than to call someone a Nazi, this shows that our children are many times better off being taught by a blind, deaf, hooker than they are being taught in a public school by teachers such as this. While I know there are many good teachers out there, there are not enough to make the American people believe that the kids who are entering these schools are getting an education of fact and not indoctrination.
In my first book I wrote extensively about what goes on when these kids are passed through school and thrown into a college setting. During my high school days the political undertones were much less noticeable, although there were teachers who made sure to let you know what they believed and how they wanted you to think. It was not until college when I got a grasp of what I was really in for during the next four years of my life, and that is one of the reasons I wrote my first book. I wrote it to let all the young kids know where they would have to stand and what fights they should choose when in a college setting. Some fights are not as important to fight when others need to be.
These days, the teachers are much younger and are right out of college, They have been indoctrinated to teach a certain way and they need to teach that way or in their minds the children will not learn “the truth”. The truth is not always so kind when it hits you in the face, and repeating what you hear on MSNBC is not the truth, it is about as much fiction as you can fit into a day. This does not matter to the teachers of today, however. They are even more forceful than the teachers all of us grew up with, and they have been taught well never to back down and to teach the children of tomorrow that anything with an anti-large government sentiment is bad for this nation. Many teachers today are robots I would not allow to babysit my pet fish, let alone teach a child if I had one.
There is so much discussion these days about our deficit and how much money we spend, but education is never discussed or even thought about. Why is that? Why is it the ONE thing we spend so much money on to make sure our future is bright is failing miserably and our only answer is to spend MORE money, because in the eyes of the government that will fix the underlying problem. It is the opposite of that and we all know it to be the truth. Money will never buy a good education for children, the proper role models and the proper facts being given to them in a setting they feel safe will bring America’s youth back to the top of math and science. More money has never helped education, as you can see by this teacher. I am not sure if he graduated from a Liberal indoctrination camp or a college, although the two are not that far apart in similarities.
If we care about our children we would find good, solid teachers for them that will not bring their politics into the classroom. Children need to know about government and policy, but they do not need only one side of the story. The same goes with sciences where the students of today are only taught about one side of the story, but the other side is taboo and not allowed to be discussed. This is because they want your children to know what they want them to know, not what you the parent wants them to know. In this discussion it was about the DREAM Act, and those who are of the Left persuasion get heated when they hear anyone against giving money to students who should not be here to begin with. You can hear a gentlemen in the video say that he would deport illegal students if he could, and the crowd went against him. Obviously the teacher union followed the teachers into this get-together because nothing that was said was good enough for those who were listening to the exchange. The fact of the matter is we are not secure if our borders are not closed and this is not about being Nazis, but more about following the law of the land. If you came here illegally, then you need to go home. I know that may tick a few people off and rub them the wrong way, but if those on the Left want to complain about Bush for supposedly starting an illegal war, and those individuals want to follow the law they perceive to be law, then should we not also follow law that is clearly understandable and able to be enforced? We cannot cherry pick with laws we want to follow or this nation will turn to chaos.
But that is what some of the members of this country, no matter what job or way of life you live, actually believe. The teachers of today are stamped very early on to preach this from the mountaintops and to tell everyone that all people deserve an education here, even though that education would be better if the illegal alien slipped into another country. I see how fabulous it may look from the outside, but jumping the border to be indoctrinated by one side of a story is not what I would call the freedom that people are looking for. We all know what needs to be done, the problem is we do not have leaders that are able to do it because they are afraid they will lose an election. It should not be about elections at this point but about those living on the border in fear for their lives. How would some of these teachers like to live in a home that was terrorized by Mexican drug lords every single day of the year? I have a feeling their feelings would change when they had to deal with shootings outside their window on a daily basis!
The fact of the matter is that things need to change, not only in immigration but in our educational system. If we spend this much money and get teachers like this then the money being spent is worthless. I say keep you kids at home if you can or look for another institution. I know that is not always possible for everyone, but if it is and you have children you may want to look into the prospect of getting them out of the indoctrination camps as fast as you can.