Talking Points

May 24, 2006

It’s Vacation Time in California

Filed under: Talking Points memo — talkingpoints @ 1:25 pm

Well, were coming to the end of the school year – in present day America, that means no more classrooms, no more books, no more judges dirty looks – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Points memo

In Oakland California, a judge ruled that failing students should graduate anyway.  The students couldn’t muster up the smarts to pass the required Exit Exam, which focuses on math and English.

About 11 percent of the senior class, 47,000 kids – failed.  But a group did muster up enough smarts to hire lawyers who argued that the kids were denied equal access to education and would be harmed if they were denied a diploma. 

Alameda County Superior Court  Judge, Robert Freedman, suspended the Exit Exam, on the grounds that it discriminated against poor students and those learning English.

California’s Attorney General is appealing the ruling.  Obviously he is a racist, anti-immigrant zina-phobe who hates the poor.

In Russell Springs Kentucky, a loan student, with help from the ACLU, convinced a Federal Judge to ban prayers from the local high school graduation ceremony.  But guess what?  The students interrupted their principals opening remarks with the Lords Prayer.

Some obviously misguided souls also put up a sign across the street that  read “We Believe In Prayer.”  A senior, Megan Chapman, told the graduates that God had guided her since childhood.  The crowd interrupted in cheers when she urged them to trust in God as they continue through life.

Imagine that.  Breaking the law at their graduation.  Why these little miscreants – maybe the Judge should order a mass round up and order these God loving kids deported to California where they belong.

And that’s the memo.

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1 Comment »

  1. A great post. I especially enjoyed the Kentucky students who spontaneously broke out into The Lord’s Prayer. YOU GO!

    Thank you for this.

    shirley

    Comment by Shirley — May 24, 2006 @ 1:33 pm | Reply


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