The "Early Intervention" of Liberal Indoctrination
Yesterday, one of the girls I teach mentioned how her school teacher wouldn't tell her and her sister who she voted for. I said that was good. The girl then said but it was so obvious. She then went on to describe how some classmate may mention "Obama", and the teacher would smile and fawn; another might mention, "I heard McCain said such-and-such", and the teacher would say, "that's a lie, blah, blah, blah...."
Folks, we are losing the political culture war, and I'm convinced that it is due to the influence in the media and journalism schools; in universities; in Hollywood and pop culture; and in K-12 education.
I suspect that what takes place in this Ashville North Carolina classroom is all too common:
Teacher Diantha Harris browbeats McCain supporting student, Kathy,in Ashville N.Carolina grade school. The poor girl is obviously distressed over the teacher's line of question[in]g and belittling her choice of candidate in front of her school mates.Kathy's father serves in the military.
The teacher's inability to perceive her own bias framing the "debate" and influencing young minds to her way of seeing the world and not in developing "free thinkers", is all too common not just in the classroom, but in journalism. So many reporters still cling to the dinosaur belief that their personal biases do not creep into their copy.
Liberalism is not just a disease: it's an epidemic mental disorder.
Hat tip: geeeeeZ!
MataHarley also blogged this over at Flopping Aces
Related interest: Scott's daughter terrorized by Obama kids