Archive for May 10th, 2012
Does anybody remember the dark days of the evil teacher union empires, when they organized in the halls of our schools and demanded more money for their whole 9 months of work? They’ve been kind of quiet lately, haven’t they? They’ve been pretty mellow for about 16 months now—ironically, about the same amount of time that I’ve been doing this blog—I wonder if there is any coincidence? ( LOL)
Well, you can pat yourself on the back for part of that. Finally tax payers are learning what type of scam has been pulled over their eyes for many years now by being told so much money was demanded for the teaching of our young, because we needed “quality” teachers in our classrooms. However, by the rash of scandals happening all over Cincinnati, most recently in Highlands High School in Northern Kentucky involving teachers having massive amounts of sex with the student population, it would seem the quality of our teachers are being recruited from Hooters and The Brass Ass strip clubs instead of Americas highest institutions of learning.
Yet during the above interview one must wonder who dropped mustache man Stuart Bassman on his head. His loose use of the word “compassion” is straight out of the progressive handbook of apologist behavior. Sorry Stuart, but the compassion is all used up buddy. I don’t give a rat’s ass whose hurting emotionally inside. They can hurt on their time, but when a teacher is in the classroom, they are “owned” by the community, and do not have a right to have sex with kids, no matter what their age.
For those out there with common sense, this is just one more example of what kind of quality we can see in the modern teaching profession. Make sure to send this article to all your friends and family so that when their local school asks for more money with a tax increase, they’ll know what their hard-earned money has bought them.
Oh, sorry teachers reading this—you think I’m being a big mean man. You wonder what I think a good teacher is, what I think would be worth the extraordinary amounts of money that we pay teachers. Well, I do have a teacher in mind who if our schools were filled with them, you’d hear no complaints by me.
Meet Miss Beadle. Now this is a teacher.
Instead, what we get are nymphomaniacs who can’t even wait to get home before having sex with young male students. Not my idea of a quality education.
Be sure to pass this on to someone who needs to learn what they are paying for in education.
This is what people are saying about my new book–Tail of the Dragon
Richard Lugar is upset that he lost his long time senate seat to Richard Mourdock, a position Lugar’s held since 1977. Lugar lost the primary election by more than 20 percentage points so it wasn’t even close. This has sent shock waves of fear through the political establishment of both parties leaving the White House to voice its concern that the GOP is taking an “extremist” turn in Indiana with the election of Mourdock.
Here’s what Lugar said after the election.
He and I share many positions, but his embrace of an unrelenting partisan mindset is irreconcilable with my philosophy of governance and my experience of what brings results for Hoosiers in the Senate. In effect, what he has promised in this campaign is reflexive votes for a rejectionist orthodoxy and rigid opposition to the actions and proposals of the other party. His answer to the inevitable roadblocks he will encounter in Congress is merely to campaign for more Republicans who embrace the same partisan outlook. He has pledged his support to groups whose prime mission is to cleanse the Republican party of those who stray from orthodoxy as they see it.
Well, here’s how it is Richard Lugar and every other establishment politician who has made a career out of politics. Many people are just tired of “compromise.” That word has no place in American government any more. “Compromise” means a right answer has made concessions to a wrong answer to get some weakened idea that is corrupted by stolen value.
“Compromise” means that two sides did not fight it out to find the truth. Compromise means that two political parties decided how to divide up the loot stolen from American citizens in order to pad their own pockets, or political ideology. It is because of that idea of “compromise” that Richard Lugar fought against, is why he lost his seat. He was not fighting for what was right—his vision of right and wrong has been corrupted by too many years in Washington. He should have left the Senate in 1981 and let somebody else serve in his place. It is not the job of American citizens to elect a man into a Senate seat and to hold that position for 20 years giving the GOP a majority in voting, and to “compromise” with looters like Barack Obama, to keep the peace. It’s that type of mentality that has brought America so much trouble and caused our current 15 trillion-dollar budget deficit.
Speaking for myself, I have no desire to maintain the political order of the day, because it has been bad for America. It’s been good for looters and thieves in government who steal public money to build their palaces of worship to themselves, to create their immortality in more and more needless regulation—I don’t want anything to do with more of what’s wrong. If the political establishments who occupy a kind of European nobility in this country that they maintain with looted tax money want to call that “extremism,” then so be it. We have a president in the White House who was mentored by Bill Ayers and many other communist advocates, and are as extreme as the word can be properly defined. So I’ll wear the title proudly, because I want what’s right for my country and my state, not for some corrupt politician seeking “compromise” over what’s reasonably correct.
That is why you lost Richard Luger, and why many others will lose in the upcoming months. Prepare to be shocked. If Indiana does not vote for Richard Mourdock this upcoming fall, then the fault for what follows will be on the voters. But electing a politician into office who will simply compromise with various degrees of socialism to make everyone happy is not the solution of the future, and that kind of nonsense must end quickly. It’s good to see that conservatives like Mourdock no longer care if they are called “extremists” by a bunch of looting Democrats (socialists). Once they no longer care to be called names, then the real fight can begin, a fight that Richard Luger did not participate in, because his goal was to get re-elected to office, and maintain the peace—not to preserve the liberties and freedoms of our nation. His tendency to surrender these principles to the radicals of government over the last 20 years has made it so that liberty and freedom are now considered, “radical.” That’s why he lost his seat, deservedly so.
This is what people are saying about my new book–Tail of the Dragon