try presenting some truth and fact and you'll see that we don't attack the messenger. Now present the "Citation" and "quotes" from right wing bloggers and legislators who literally make things up as they go along that has no resemblance to truth and fact - then we have a tendency to stand up for what's right.It's both funny and sad how, when confronted with truth, citation, quotes and fact, the Democrats first response is to attack the messenger or to find any way to be insulting. It's easier for the uninformed and poorly educated to debate this way.
Could it be that public school education hasn't been favorable to it's supporters?
Or could it be that the Union teachers failed to educate?
Or is it simply that these Democratic sheep haven't been able to get any legitimate talking points to obfuscate the truth?
One certainly wonders.
This might help you though -
: something that truly exists or happens : something that has actual existence
: a true piece of information
We don't see a lot of this coming from the far right - which unfortunately has taken over the Republican party.