Uploaded by joepagsradio on Sep 21, 2011
At a gathering to discuss what to do about illegal alien students and the DREAM Act in San Antonio — a public school government teacher calls the local Tea Party President a Nazi. Video is courtesy of Eric Adam at http://www.teapartyproductions.com — You can share it
Google search finds the following:
JFK High School
1922 S. Gen. McCullen
San Antonio, TX 78226
A phone call confirms this is the school our “government teacher” works at.
There’s an ever-growing problem in our government-run school systems and here’s why we can’t fix the public school system:
1) You may think the core problem for the lackluster performance of our school children is due primarily to government and union interference and the indoctrination of those students into the Progressive group think. Nay, nay… you would be wrong in that assumption.
2) You may think the core problem is the lack of alternative educational choices. Nay, nay…you would be wrong again.
The core problem can be found in our Universities and Colleges. Progressive ideology is disseminated there and it ripples throughout our K-Post Grad school environments and Corporate America.
In order for a student to become a teacher [with a certificate] they must first run the gauntlet of the Teaching College nestled in a Progressive University. It has been often reported that professors don’t look favorably upon conservative students and their grades do suffer for it.
The desired end product for the Liberal teaching college is a Liberal/Progressive teacher.
In Corporate American you cannot get a professional position without a College Degree. Where do you get the most prestigious degree? At Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Stanford… Liberal/Progressive Universities all.
Our educational system is currently designed to produce liberal/progressive students who will in turn teach other students K-Post Grads to worship at the Liberal/Progressive alter.
This cycle of indoctrination must be broken or their Progress/Liberal pseudo religion will remain in perpetuity.