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patriot45
10-21-2008, 12:14 PM
My kids are all out of government school and grown up. Now I have to worry about my grandkids getting indoctrinated at thier schools! This could happen, Obama has to reward his mentors.

Traitors (http://townhall.com/columnists/PhyllisSchlafly/2008/10/21/bill_ayers_scary_plans_for_public_schools)



Will William Ayers be secretary of education in a Barack Obama administration? All parents should ponder that possibility before making their choice for president on Nov. 4.

After all, Ayers is a friend of Obama, and professor Ayers's expertise is training teachers and developing public school curriculum. That's been his mission since he gave up planting bombs in government buildings (including the U.S. Capitol and the Pentagon) and assaulting police officers.

Ayers brashly admitted that he was "guilty as hell" in planting bombs in the 1970s, and that he has no regrets and feels that he and his Weather Underground associates "didn't do enough." After successfully avoiding trial and prison because of legal technicalities, he picked up his Ph.D. at Columbia Teachers College for a second career, landing a tenured job as distinguished professor of education at the University of Illinois in Chicago.

Ayers's political views are as radical now as they were in the 1970s. "Viva President Chavez!" he exclaimed in a speech in Venezuela in 2006, in which he also declared, "education is the motor-force of revolution."

From his prestigious and safe university position, Ayers has been teaching teachers and students in rebellion against American capitalism and what he calls "imperialism" and "oppression." The code words for the Ayers curriculum are "social justice," a "transformative" vision, "critical pedagogy," "liberation," "capitalist injustices," "critical race theory," "queer theory," and of course multiculturalism and feminism.

That language is typical in the readings that Ayers assigns in his university courses. He admits he is a "communist street fighter" who has been influenced by Karl Marx, as well as Che Guevara, Ho Chi Minh and Malcolm X.

Ayers speaks openly of his desire to use America's public school classrooms to train a generation of revolutionaries who will overturn the U.S. social and economic regime. He teaches that America is oppressive and unjust, socialism is the solution, and wealth and resources should be redistributed.

In Ayers's course called "On Urban Education," he calls for a "distribution of material and human resources." His left-wing notions would be very compatible with those of Obama, who publicly told Joe the Plumber that we should "spread the wealth."

Ayers's books are among the most widely used in America's education schools. Ayers even uses science and math courses as part of his "transformative" political strategy to teach that the American economic system is unjust.

Ayers is an endorser of a book called "Queering Elementary Education" by William J. Letts IV and James T. Sears, a collection of essays to teach adults and children to "think queerly." The blurb on the cover quotes Ayers as saying this is "a book for all teachers … and, yes, it has an agenda."

Continued (http://townhall.com/columnists/PhyllisSchlafly/2008/10/21/bill_ayers_scary_plans_for_public_schools?page=2)

Elspeth
10-21-2008, 12:36 PM
Ayers speaks openly of his desire to use America's public school classrooms to train a generation of revolutionaries who will overturn the U.S. social and economic regime. He teaches that America is oppressive and unjust, socialism is the solution, and wealth and resources should be redistributed.

Anything to avoid teaching reading and math. No wonder we're 25th among industrialized nations in math and science.

FeebMaster
10-21-2008, 01:19 PM
Too late.

Seriously, have you seen the schools these days?

patriot45
10-21-2008, 01:22 PM
Too late.

Seriously, have you seen the schools these days?

I am sure it can and will get worse. "Queering Elementary Education" cannot be a good thing!

LogansPapa
10-21-2008, 01:36 PM
William Charles Ayers, Louis Eugene Walcott (Farrakhan) and Cindy Lee Miller Sheehan matter in this election, in comparison to the nation’s economic situation because……….?

:confused:

patriot45
10-21-2008, 01:42 PM
William Charles Ayers, Louis Eugene Walcott (Farrakhan) and Cindy Lee Miller Sheehan matter in this election, in comparison to the nation’s economic situation because……….?

:confused:

Duh, Ayers matters if th Messiah gets in, so do all his traitorious friends that have boosted him to rock starism. He will have to reward them or throw them under the bus.

As for the economic situation I'm afraid if he gets in we will be facing a disaster of epidemic proporsions.

Life as we know it will end! :cool:

LogansPapa
10-21-2008, 01:48 PM
As for the economic situation I'm afraid if he gets in we will be facing a disaster of epidemic proporsions. Life as we know it will end! :cool:

Then I should think that you and the RNC would be touting how McCain and Palin’s plan (with specifics) is going to change things for our country - economically - to make it better for those Americans willing to work and put their ass on the line, rather than spending resources trying to resurrect Boogie Men/Women from the past.

patriot45
10-21-2008, 01:56 PM
Then I should think that you and the RNC would be touting how McCain and Palin’s plan (with specifics) is going to change things for our country - economically - to make it better for those Americans willing to work and put their ass on the line, rather than spending resources trying to resurrect Boogie Men/Women from the past.

You Being a conservative and not a lib, I really should not have to link you here -Economic plans (http://www.johnmccain.com/Informing/Issues/4dbd2cc7-890e-47f1-882f-b8fc4cfecc78.htm) to learn about McCains economic plans, you should know them.

They look better than the Uber Libs plans.

JB
10-21-2008, 03:19 PM
William Charles Ayers, Louis Eugene Walcott (Farrakhan) and Cindy Lee Miller Sheehan matter in this election, in comparison to the nation’s economic situation because……….?

:confused:What are you, the CU guardian of what threads should and should not be started?

Sometimes threads are started about the economy, sometimes they're started about other issues.

LogansPapa
10-21-2008, 03:22 PM
Sometimes threads are started about the economy, sometimes they're started about other issues.

What real "issue" would that be?

"14 days till the election and I'm going to talk about crap the American people do not give a shit about." :confused:

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Eyelids
10-21-2008, 03:29 PM
I highly doubt Bill Ayers will have a spot in Obama's cabinet or be anywhere near the White House.

patriot45
10-21-2008, 03:42 PM
I highly doubt Bill Ayers will have a spot in Obama's cabinet or be anywhere near the White House.


Your opinion is valued, why would he not reward all the people who got him where he is?






















:rolleyes:

JB
10-21-2008, 04:14 PM
What real "issue" would that be?

"14 days till the election and I'm going to talk about crap the American people do not give a shit about." :confused:OK, so you're a one-trick pony and it's the economy. What's to know?

Joe the Plumber pulled the curtain back on Barry the Communist.

If you're OK with the government unequally taking shit from people and giving it to other people, vote Barry.

If not, vote McCain.

Economy discussion closed.

LogansPapa
10-22-2008, 10:26 AM
Joe the Plumber pulled the curtain back on Barry the Communist.


Joe the Plumber didn’t do shit and sincerely wishes all the MSM attention would just go the Hell away.

John McCain used Joe the Plumber in the last debate over twenty times and has now come to regret it.

First quarter million taxed as before.

Anything over a quarter million taxed at the Clinton administration level.

If Joe the Plumber makes $270k he only gets the higher rate applied against the $20k difference, which equates to $600 extra tax.

Do you honestly believe that less that $2.00 a day extra tax is going to drive Joe the Plumber out of business or keep him from hiring an employee. Honestly? Come the Hell on and get serious.


The use of this individual in McCain’s campaign may be as big a mistake as Bush41’s "Read my lips: No New Taxes."

:rolleyes:

jinxmchue
10-22-2008, 12:26 PM
If any of that is true, I *will* pull my kids out of school to homeschool them. Of course, the Obama Administration would probably make all homeschooling illegal.

jinxmchue
10-22-2008, 12:27 PM
I highly doubt Bill Ayers will have a spot in Obama's cabinet or be anywhere near the White House.

Wanna bet? He may not get a cabinet position, but he could certainly be an advisor. Barring that, he'd probably get to sleep in (and then bomb) the Lincoln bedroom.

jinxmchue
10-22-2008, 12:29 PM
Joe the Plumber didn’t do shit and sincerely wishes all the MSM attention would just go the Hell away.

John McCain used Joe the Plumber in the last debate over twenty times and has now come to regret it.

First quarter million taxed as before.

Anything over a quarter million taxed at the Clinton administration level.

If Joe the Plumber makes $270k he only gets the higher rate applied against the $20k difference, which equates to $600 extra tax.

Do you honestly believe that less that $2.00 a day extra tax is going to drive Joe the Plumber out of business or keep him from hiring an employee. Honestly? Come the Hell on and get serious.


The use of this individual in McCain’s campaign may be as big a mistake as Bush41’s "Read my lips: No New Taxes."

:rolleyes:

Yep. All that has everything to do with the Obamessiah's socialistic statement about spreading the wealth around.

"I can't see the forest for the trees!" cried LogansDumbassPapa.

noonwitch
10-22-2008, 01:12 PM
This is why parents' attendance at school board meetings is so important. My dad attended them regularly, and questioned their spending-in the case of my district, they would short academic funding for athletic funding on a regular basis.

In 1981, our American History textbooks ended with the assassinations of MLK and RFK, and the election of Nixon. My dad went to a meeting where the teachers asked for new textbooks and were denied, but the athletic director wanted $25,000 for new stands at the football field and got his money. Dad started an academic boosters group with some other parents and one of the guidance counselors after that, and the district went and bought new textbooks for all the classes that needed them.

But whether it's this, or inappropriate sexual education, or whatever issue, if the parents attend the school board meetings, they know what's going on and what to address. There are always crazy people, liberals and conservatives, who propose crazy shit to school boards. We had the head of the Michigan Moral Majority's church right across the street from our school-he had some pretty stupid ideas about public education, too, especially considering his kids were enrolled in private school. He was always trying to get the high school to remove books from the library-his usual target was The Catcher In The Rye, but he had some others, too. The school didn't use that novel in any curriculum, but it was in the library.

I don't think Obama would allow Ayer's plans to make it to the average public district. Schools are a local and state responsibility, for the most part, not something that the federal government oversees. I also think that The Autobiography of Malcolm X is appropriate high school reading, for either a history or a psych class (I had to read it for a social work class in college, and write a paper applying Erikson's theory of psychological development to Malcolm's life-it was a useful assignment).