It is more than apparent that education simply provides the information which our brains utilize, but all that we learn, all of the knowledge we assimilate is used by something, a collaboration of personal WE whom we refer to as ourselves. Mood, emotion, and lack of control of this collaboration, causes this amalgamated WE to use knowledge towards its own ends regardless of any intent of our teachers. A case in point is the Charles Carroll High School teacher in Philadelphia who ordered a student to remove her Romney/Ryan t-shirt while in her class, and likened it to her, the teacher, wearing a KKK t-shirt.
The girl was obviously humiliated and told her parents that she felt so humiliated that she didn’t feel she could return to school. To note, the teacher told the student that she was to remove her shirt and if she didn’t have another shirt to wear that she, the teacher had one. The Nazi, er, uh, teacher, later issued an apology, saying it was a joke. No, it was no “joke” to humiliate a child in front of the class. What is a joke is the utter disregard for reality, and more importantly, her utter disrespect for the thoughts and feelings of others, in this case, a student who is looking to her for example. This teacher should be fired immediately. We have all had our share of poor teachers in the public school system. Education is not simply about teaching a kid how to add, read or write. Teachers are examples of humanity first, teachers of subject second. All teachers are role models.
A short purview of history will show that the KKK was in fact aligned with the Democratic Party throughout most of its history, and that Segregationalist Democrats as recently as George Wallace were largely responsible for blocking Civil Rights legislation during Eisenhower’s Presidency. The civil rights marches of the 60s were NOT in opposition to Republican stonewalling in Congress. In fact, the opposite was true. Modern Democrats from the North and from the Seaboards of America never question why their party has been aligned with the Southern states, assuming that the Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee Democrats are all Pro Feminist, Pro Abortion, Pro Gay (black communities across America are overwhelmingly against gay marriage). Somehow, all of those Southern Baptist preachers that the atheist Liberal Democrat likes to deride are Republicans when throughout history they have been the soul of the Democratic party. If you want to read more about it, give Ann Coulter’s new book, Mugged, a chance. Coulter’s book is written in the style of a researcher because, you know, she has actually researched what she is writing about. (just an aside, but livid irony, Whoopi Goldberg baring her fangs and blathering like a crazed mutt with rabies on The View, trying to attack Ann Coulter, and being the perfect example of the angry, incoherent black, total emotion and not able to comprehend and not willing to either, that Coulter describes in her book, the actual racist caricature of a black that has been created by a liberal media and degenerate minds like the one belonging to that teacher at Charles Carroll High School.)
You will probably have to turn the book upside down in your cart as you wheel through the store, endure a few snickers from others whose library is, well, nonexistent. But who gives a shit what these other people think? They also had an education at one time, with role models like the teacher at Charles Carroll High School who taught them to judge, to not look at evidence, be preoccupied with belonging to the herd at large, procure from the system because it is easier than doing for yourself, pretend you know things which you don’t. Maybe by this time next week that teacher from Philadelphia will lapping at another public trough, blathering something about getting a free car and an Obama phone.