Discussion in 'Politics' started by get_involved, Oct 16, 2011.
California schools scrambling to add lessons on LGBT Americans - latimes.com
Many innovators were considered insane at the time.
California is going to teach hispanic illegal aliens homosexual history
You fudge lovers will say anything.
OMG. So insane. Gay people. OMG. They're gay. Oh shit. What do we do about this? Lets kill some fags!
Being Gay isn't insane, wasting money and time teaching this in school is insane numbnuts. Grow up.
Where in California do you live?
The idiocy of pile on crap after crap in teaching students low priority crap is amazing. We fargin can't afford this crap. It does a disservice to our future b/c students are the future.
What many people don't know, is moonbat has seem to miss the boat on the finance side of education. There ARE thousands of homes still in limbo due to experience of foreclosures ontop of the preexisting foreclosure conditions resulting in loss revenue to education and moonbat has done a piss poor attempt to address the problem. Passing the dream act and this lastest episode only proves he stubbornly is using failed liberal policy in addressing the financial distress of California.
To pile on even further, the no child left behind does nothing to motivate students to learn. So shit in = shit out. If you don't understand the fundamentals then how in the hell can the student proceed to learn advance material????So with the dream act, will only produce a bad product, an indoctrinate product geared towards socialism. EU is a mess and why can't servants of gov't see this. Arrogancy gets in the way.
Calf should be handed over to Mexico. just saying
Not seeing anything here of value.
How is knowing about the obscure gay person who did something that wasn't terribly important going to help make these kids better workers?
Schools need to stop the political indoctrination bullshit and get back to the basics. Teach them to read, write, do math, and know some simple science and basic history.
Is this asking too much?
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