Thursday, September 30, 2010

A Parable From Berkley, Califonia

A schoolteacher explains in the very politically correct and very political Berkley (CA) school system proclaimed to her fourth-grade class that she is a supporter of the Democrat Party. She asks her students to raise their hands if they, too, are Democrat supporter. Everyone in the class raises their hand expect one little girl. The teacher looks at the girl with surprise and says, "Janie, why didn't you raise your hand?" "Because I'm not a Democrat," she replied. The teacher, still shocked, asked, "Well, if you are not a Democrat, then who do you support?" "I am a Republican, and proud of it," Janie replied. The teacher could not believe her ears. "Janie, why are you an Republican?" "Because my mum is an Republican, and my dad is an Republican and everyone I love and trust is the same, so I'm a Republican too!" "Well," said the teacher in an obviously annoyed tone, "That is no reason for you to be a Republican. You don't have to be just like your parents and (With a sneer at love and trust) those others all of the time. What if your mum were a moron and your dad were a moron and the same for those others, what would you be then?" "Then," Janie smiled, "I'd be a Democrat."

[Being Berkley, CA that child was suspended from school, referred to a local "shrink" and excluded from school until her dangerous pathology was cured.]

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