Here's everything I wrote, prior to asking you why you were accusing me of racism. I don't listen to Limbaugh, btw. The reference to Rules for Radicals came from my own reading. Read rules 5 and 13, which are the basis for the first two posts.I was done with you since the beginning, dumb ass. Every thing you yap I heard coming out of Limbaugh's racial hating mouth. Your in a biracial marriage? Who cares?
That's a tactic right out of the Saul Alinsky playbook, aka the Ledt Wing Bible.
Attack, belittle, marginalize.
Anyone with 1/2 a brain (that excludes you by a country mile) knows that the majority of media outlets are left leaning. MSNBC states they are liberal. I don't need a radio talk show host to tell me that!<quoted text>
Typical left wing response when you have no counter argument is to attack, belittle, and marginalize.
What should we use?
Media Matters or the Daily Kos?
IF you own a home, which is doubtful, you will know that the majority of a school district's budget goes toward teacher/administrator salaries and benefits. Whenever you see TV commercials stating that the state governor is taking money away from students, it really means taking money out of the pockets of overpaid teachers. These are airing right now in Philly about the cuts in Jersey. We still haven't been hit with PSERS yet. When teachers, who reach $100k and 30 years of service get $80k for the rest of their lives, that's going too far. What about the seniors on SS who don't get COLA raises every year. School taxes keep going up and up and up, but it's all about the kids, right?<quoted text>I agree, but they are hard to find since the vast majority are left leaning...Like Media Matters, Daily Kos, Huff Post, NBC/MSNBC, et. al.
Please enlighten us as to what you consider objective, non-partisan sources.
Now, little boy, WHERE have I mentioned Obama or made any racial comments in my posts? You've claimed I was racist from the beginning. Grow up and stop acting like a 3rd grader on a sugar high.<quoted text>I believe the NEA UFT have too much power to dictate policy. This is a conundrum for the left; they want to help the poor kids get a better education, but are being strong armed by the teacher's union to keep their cash cow alive and well.
But, it's all for the students, right?