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Posted: 3/2/2006 7:42:47 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/2/2006 7:48:41 AM EDT by bastiat]
Follow link for audio of a lefty high school teacher ranting about capitalism and bush and the evils of america.

michellemalkin.com/archives/004689.htm


Bennish: [tape begins with class already underway. Bennish completing an unintelligble statement about Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.] Why do we have troops in Colombia fighting in their civil war for over 30 years. Most Americans don't even know this. For over 30 years, America has had soldiers fighting in Colombia in a civil war. Why are we fumigating coca crops in Bolivia and Peru if we're not trying to control other parts of the world. Who buys cocaine? Not Bolivians. Not Peruvians. Americans! Ok. Why are we destroying the farmers' lives when we're the ones that consume that good.

Can you imagine? What is the world's number one single cause of death by a drug? What drug is responsible for the most deaths in the world? Cigarettes! Who is the world's largest producer of cigarettes and tobacco? The United States!

What part of our country grows all our tobacco? Anyone know what states in particular? Mostly what's called North Carolina. Alright. That's where all the cigarette capitals are. That's where a lot of them are located from. Now if we have the right to fly to Bolivia or Peru and drop chemical weapons on top of farmers' fields because we're afraid they might be growing coca and that could be turned into cocaine and sold to us, well then don't the Peruvians and the Iranians and the Chinese have the right to invade America and drop chemical weapons over North Carolina to destroy the tobacco plants that are killing millions and millions of people in their countries every year and causing them billions of dollars in health care costs?

Make sure you get these definitions down.

Capitalism: If you don't understand the economic system of capitalism, you don't understand the world in which we live. Ok. Economic system in which all or most of the means of production, etc., are owned privately and operated in a somewhat competitive environment for the purpose of producing PROFIT! Of course, you can shorten these definitions down. Make sure you get the gist of it. Do you see how when, you know, when you're looking at this definition, where does it say anything about capitalism is an economic system that will provide everyone in the world with the basic needs that they need? Is that a part of this system? Do you see how this economic system is at odds with humanity? At odds with caring and compassion? It's at odds with human rights.

Anytime you have a system that is designed to procure profit, when profit is the bottom motive -- money -- that means money is going to become more important potentially than what? Safety, human lives, etc.

Why did we invade Iraq?! How do we know that the invasion of Iraq for weapons of mass destruction-- even if weapons had been found, how would you have known, how could you prove--that that was not a real reason for us to go there.

There are dozens upon dozens of countries that have weapons of mass destruction. Iraq is one of dozens. There are plenty of countries that are controlled by dictators, where people have no freedom, where they have weapons of mass destruction and they could be potentially threatening to America. We're not invading any of those countries!

0345.

[Pause.]

I'll give you guys another minute or two to get some of these [definitions] down. I agree with Joey. Try to condense these a little bit. I took these straight out of the dictionary.

Anyone in here watch any of Mr. Bush's [State of the Union] speech last night? I'm gonna talk a little about some of things he had to say.

0452

...One of things that I'll bring up now, since some of you are still writing, is, you know, Condoleezza Rice said this the other day and George Bush reiterated it last night. And the implication was that the solution to the violence in the Middle East is democratization. And the implication through his language was that democracies don't go to war. Democracies aren't violent. Democracies won't want weapons of mass destruction. This is called blind, naive faith in democracy!

0530.

Who is probably the single most violent nation on planet Earth?!

Unidentified brainwashed student interjects: We are.

The United States of America! And we're a democracy. Quote-unquote.

Who has the most weapons of mass destruction in the world? The United States.

Who's continuing to develop new weapons of mass destruction as we speak?!
The United States.

So, why does Mr. Bush think that other countries that are democracies won't wanna be like us? Why does he think they'll just wanna be at peace with each other?! What makes him think that when the Palestinians get their own state that they won't wanna preemptively invade Israel to eliminate a potential threat to their security just like we supposedly did in Iraq?! Do you see the dangerous precedent that we have set by illegally invading another country and violating their sovereignty in the name of protecting us against a potential future--sorry--attack? [Unintelligible.]

0625.

Why doesn't Mexico invade Guatemala? Maybe they're scared of being attacked. Ok. Why doesn't North Korea invade South Korea?! They might be afraid of being attacked. Or maybe Iran and North Korea and Saudi Arabia and what else did he add to the list last night - and Zimbabwe - maybe they're all gonna team up and try and invade us because they're afraid we might invade them. I mean, where does this cycle of violence end? You know?

This whole "do as I say, not as I do" thing. That doesn't work. What was so important about President Bush's speech last night--and it doesn't matter if it was President Clinton still it would just as important) is that it's not just a speech to America. But who? The whole world! It's very obvious that if you listen to his language, if you listen to his body language, and if you paid attention to what he was saying, he wasn't always just talking to us. He was talking to the whole planet. Addressing the whole planet!

He started off his speech talking about how America should be the country that dominates the world. That we have been blessed essentially by God to have the most civilized, most advanced, best system and that it is our duty as Americans to use the military to go out into the world and make the whole world like us.

0759.

Sounds a lot like the things that Adolf Hitler use to say.

We're the only ones who are right. Everyone else is backwards. And it's our job to conquer the world and make sure they live just like we want them to.

Now, I'm not saying that Bush and Hitler are exactly the same. Obviously, they are not. Ok. But there are some eerie similarities to the tones that they use. Very, very "ethnocentric." We're right. You're all wrong.

I just keep waiting. You know, at some point I think America and Mexico might go to war again. You know. Anytime Mexico plays the USA in a soccer match. What can be heard chanting all game long?

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Do all Mexicans dislike the United States? No. Do all Americans dislike Mexico? No. But there's a lot of resentment--not just in Mexico, but across the whole world--towards America right now.

We told--Condoleezza Rice said--that now that Hamas got elected to lead the Palestianians that they have to renounce their desire to eliminate Israel. And then Condoleezza Rice also went on to say that you can't be for peace and support armed struggle at the same time. You can't do that. Either you're for peace or war. But you can't be for both.

What is the problem with her saying this? That's the same thing we say. That is exactly the same thing this current administration says. We're gonna make the world safe by invading and killing and making war. So, if we can be for peace and for war, well, why can't the Palestinians be for peace and for war?!

0950.

*Student Sean Allen, who is taping Bennish's rant, speaks up:*

Allen: Isn't there a difference of, of, having Hamas being like, we wanna attack Israelis because they're Israelis, and having us say we want to attack people who are known terrorists? Isn't there a difference between saying we're going to attack innocents and we're going to attack people who are not innocent?

1007

Bennish: I think that's a good point. But you have to remember who's doing the defining of a terrorist. And what is a terrorist?

Allen: Well, when people attack us on our own soil and are actually attempting to take American lives and want to take American lives, whereas, Israelies in this situation, aren't saying we want to blow up Palestine...

Bennish: How did Israel and the modern Israeli state even come into existence in the first place?

Allen: We gave it to them.

Bennish: Sort of. Why? After the Israel-Zionist movement conducted what? Terrorist acts. They assassinated the British prime minster in Palestine. They blew up buildings. They stole military equipment. Assassinated hundreds of people. Car bombings, you name it. That's how the modern state of Israel was made. Was through violence and terrorism. Eventually we did allow them to have the land. Why? Not because we really care, but because we wanted a strategic ally. We saw a way to us to get a hook into the Middle East.

If we create a modern nation of Israel, then, and we make them dependent on us for military aid and financial aid, then we can control a part of the Middle East.

Link Posted: 3/2/2006 7:51:09 AM EDT
Wow. Just wow. This guy is a university professor?
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 7:51:35 AM EDT
Whatever happened to "What's the capital of Peru?" and "What river forms the eastern border of Missouri"? That's geography. Talk about going off on a tangent....
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 7:52:06 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/2/2006 7:52:20 AM EDT by Admiral_Crunch]

Originally Posted By Alien:
Wow. Just wow. This guy is a university professor?



Nope. High school geography teacher.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 7:52:19 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Alien:
Wow. Just wow. This guy is a university professor?



No, high school. Even worse than being a university professor - the kids can't just walk out.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 7:54:12 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Alien:
Wow. Just wow. This guy is a university professor?



High School.

Your tax dollars at work.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 7:57:35 AM EDT
I hate how they always refer to the President as "Mr. Bush" rather than "President Bush". It irks me.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:00:10 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Lester_Burnham:
I hate how they always refer to the President as "Mr. Bush" rather than "President Bush". It irks me.



That's because some think he didn't win, twice.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:03:23 AM EDT
Gee, a socialist pansy teaching in the public schools?

I'm shocked.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:05:45 AM EDT
Gave up around the third paragraph.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:05:59 AM EDT
Indoctrination of our youth
Feb 22, 2006
by Walter E. Williams

Let's start off with a few quotations, then a question. In reference to the president's State of the Union: "Sounds a lot like the things Adolf Hitler used to say." "Bush is threatening the whole planet." "[The] U.S. wants to keep the world divided." Then the speaker asks, "Who is probably the most violent nation on the planet?" and shouts "The United States!"

What's the source of these statements? Were they made in the heat of a political campaign? Was it a yet-to-be captured leader of al Qaeda? Was it French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin? Any "yes" answer would miss the true source by a mile. All of those statements were made by Mr. Jay Bennish, a teacher at Overland High School in Aurora, Colo.

During this class session, Mr. Bennish peppered his 10th-grade geography class with other statements like: The U.S. has engaged in "7,000 terrorist attacks against Cuba." In his discussion of capitalism, he told his students, "Capitalism is at odds with humanity, at odds with caring and compassion and at odds with human rights."

Regardless of whether you're pro-Bush or anti-Bush, pro-American or anti-American, I'd like to know whether there's anyone who believes that the teacher's remarks were appropriate for any classroom setting, much less a high school geography class. It's clear the students aren't being taught geography. They're getting socialist lies and propaganda. According to one of the parents, on the first day of class, the teacher said Karl Marx's "Communist Manifesto" was going to be a part of the curriculum.

This kind of indoctrination is by no means restricted to Overland High School. School teachers, at all grades, often use their classroom for environmental, anti-war, anti-capitalist and anti-parent propaganda. Some get their students to write letters to political figures condemning public policy the teacher doesn't like. Dr. Thomas Sowell's "Inside American Education" documents numerous ways teachers attack parental authority. Teachers have asked third-graders, "How many of you ever wanted to beat up your parents?" In a high school health class, students were asked, "How many of you hate your parents?"

Public education propaganda is often a precursor for what youngsters might encounter in college. UCLA's Bruin Standard newspaper documents campus propaganda. Mary Corey, UCLA history professor, instructed her class, "Capitalism isn't a lie on purpose. It's just a lie," she continued, "[Capitalists] are swine. . . . They're bastard people." Professor Andrew Hewitt, chairman of UCLA's Department of Germanic Languages, told his class, "Bush is a moron, a simpleton, and an idiot." His opinion of the rest of us: "American consumerism is a very unique thing; I don't think anyone else lusts after money in such a greedy fashion." Rod Swanson, economics professor, told his class, "The United States of America, backed by facts, is the greediest and most selfish country in the world." Terri Anderson, a sociology professor, assigned her class to go out cross-dressed in a public setting for four hours. Photos or videotape were required as proof of having completed the assignment.

The Bruin Alumni Association caused quite a stir when it offered to pay students for recordings of classroom proselytizing. The UCLA administration, wishing to conceal professorial misconduct, threatened legal action against the group. Some professors labeled the Bruin Alumni Association's actions as McCarthyism and attacks on academic freedom. These professors simply want a free hand to proselytize students.

Brainwashing and proselytization is by no means unique to UCLA. Taxpayers ought to de-fund, and donors should cut off contributions to colleges where administrators condone or support academic dishonesty. At the K-12 schools, parents should show up at schools, PTAs and board of education meetings demanding that teachers teach reading, writing and arithmetic and leave indoctrination to parents. The most promising tool in the fight against teacher proselytization is the micro-technology available that can expose the academic misconduct.

Since 1980, Dr. Williams has served on the faculty of George Mason University in Fairfax, VA as John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics.

Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:07:21 AM EDT
He sounds like he's literally screaming throughout. Calm down, holy shit.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:07:24 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/2/2006 8:07:55 AM EDT by jrzy]
Turn the light on and these liberal scum bag indoctrinating POS run for cover.

More kids should carry recorders and the liberal agenda will be slowed.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:08:05 AM EDT

Originally Posted By bastiat:

Originally Posted By Alien:
Wow. Just wow. This guy is a university professor?



No, high school. Even worse than being a university professor - the kids can't just walk out.




I used to do that all the time in highschool. Never got in trouble for it either.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:08:38 AM EDT
At least he got this right

Bennish:
Capitalism: If you don't understand the economic system of capitalism, you don't understand the world in which we live.

Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:10:51 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/2/2006 8:11:26 AM EDT by Ineedhelp]

Originally Posted By bastiat:

Originally Posted By Alien:
Wow. Just wow. This guy is a university professor?



No, high school. Even worse than being a university professor - the kids can't just walk out.




Its going on almost across the street from where I live.....and the kids ARE walking out!


LOL
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:20:53 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/2/2006 8:23:21 AM EDT by motown_steve]
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:23:55 AM EDT
What a fucking loon! Communist POS.........sounds like Richard Dreyfus going off on Bush.

This is just another sign of how fucked up the educational system is. I didn't hear anything about Geography.....I bet most of the kids in that class couldn't point out where Bolivia is on a map.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:24:37 AM EDT
Liberals...
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:24:43 AM EDT
I dont think what he said is biased in any way , - but i work for CNN .


Seriously , this ass clown reminds me of several proff. i had in school , they were all commies , all hated Bush , and if you challenged them , they were the kind of bitches that would hold a grudge against you when grades were handed out !

Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:28:40 AM EDT
My daughter is a junior in a very large high school, and occasionally I'll take a look at what she's reading and being taught. One time however, she volunteered to show me some handouts from her US Government teacher, knowing what my reaction would be.

She had a nice little package of reprinted ant-gun articles that were so incredibly biased as to be laughable. I told her that she should tell her teacher her father had found some factual errors in these reports, and would welcome the opportunity to discuss them with him. Unlike her father, my daughter is passive and non-confrontational when confronted with such BS, so of course she never told him. Boy, would I like a run at this guy.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:35:12 AM EDT
tag
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:36:39 AM EDT
I feel bad for the kid asking the good questions. I am frustrated listening to it, much less having to set day in and day out listening to that douche bag. That teacher is a fucking nut
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:46:20 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/2/2006 8:49:45 AM EDT by pcsutton]
Welcome to the public school system! There are 'teachers' like this in lots of public schools in this country! Maybe in your childs school?

It's a real shame that people who are entrusted to teach factual information to Americas' children can get away with 'preaching' this type of politically retarded nonsensical drivel!

I equate these communist asshats with a bully kicking a puppy. They have to hide in our schools and expound their bullshit to kids who don't know any better.....few adults would put up with this type of un-american prostelitizing!
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:47:04 AM EDT

Originally Posted By VTHOKIESHOOTER:
I feel bad for the kid asking the good questions. I am frustrated listening to it, much less having to set day in and day out listening to that douche bag. That teacher is a fucking nut


But not a dissenting voice among his peers.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:49:42 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Lester_Burnham:
I hate how they always refer to the President as "Mr. Bush" rather than "President Bush". It irks me.



And they always refer to former president clinton as President Clinton, like he is still in office. Some of the talking heads on TV do this too.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 8:55:30 AM EDT
I'm glad I don't have any children.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:02:40 AM EDT
And this is in Colorado. The school has fired him though. It's all over Fox. Kids are walking out in protest. I'm going to stop now so this doesn't get locked.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:05:15 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Alien:
Wow. Just wow. This guy is a university professor?



Unfortunetly there is about 20 - 35 thousand more just like him.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:05:29 AM EDT

Originally Posted By sp1shooter:
And this is in Colorado. The school has fired him though. It's all over Fox. Kids are walking out in protest. I'm going to stop now so this doesn't get locked.



They are walking out cuz this ass got fired? Or they are walking out becuase this guy was an ass?
it could use a little clarification.

I;ve walked out on teachers back in the day(in high school) for doing similar shit and never got suspended for it or anything.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:06:40 AM EDT

Was through violence and terrorism. Eventually we did allow them to have the land. Why? Not because we really care, but because we wanted a strategic ally. We saw a way to us to get a hook into the Middle East.

If we create a modern nation of Israel, then, and we make them dependent on us for military aid and financial aid, then we can control a part of the Middle East.




I'd buy that part. Not cause I think he is paranoid, but that just makes sound geopolitical thinking on the part of a dominate nation.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:09:21 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/2/2006 9:12:55 AM EDT by Big_Bear]
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:10:32 AM EDT

Originally Posted By photoman:

Originally Posted By sp1shooter:
And this is in Colorado. The school has fired him though. It's all over Fox. Kids are walking out in protest. I'm going to stop now so this doesn't get locked.



They are walking out cuz this ass got fired? Or they are walking out becuase this guy was an ass?
it could use a little clarification.

I;ve walked out on teachers back in the day(in high school) for doing similar shit and never got suspended for it or anything.




Several clarifications from Colorado guys:

1. He's not fired. He's been suspended until this whole thing blows over the disctrict finishes its investigation.

2. The kids walked out because he was a young popular "hip" teacher and has been using his position of authority to indoctrinate and brainwash them all for some time.

3. He has, of course made up a story indicated to school officials that his life's being threatened.


For my part: Why the fuck can't teachers just teach the subjects. Math teachers teach math, history history, current events should be the only class that has this stuff going on, and it needs to be balanced.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:11:00 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/2/2006 9:18:57 AM EDT by sp1shooter]

Originally Posted By photoman:

Originally Posted By sp1shooter:
And this is in Colorado. The school has fired him though. It's all over Fox. Kids are walking out in protest. I'm going to stop now so this doesn't get locked.



They are walking out cuz this ass got fired? Or they are walking out becuase this guy was an ass?
it could use a little clarification.

I;ve walked out on teachers back in the day(in high school) for doing similar shit and never got suspended for it or anything.



Some of both but mostly protesting his firing. Eariler they interviewed the kid who had the recording (he records all his classes) and he said only a few students understood the politics.

OK, just on admin leave. Thanks for the clarification.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:13:16 AM EDT

Originally Posted By GonzoAR15-1:

Originally Posted By photoman:

Originally Posted By sp1shooter:
And this is in Colorado. The school has fired him though. It's all over Fox. Kids are walking out in protest. I'm going to stop now so this doesn't get locked.



They are walking out cuz this ass got fired? Or they are walking out becuase this guy was an ass?
it could use a little clarification.

I;ve walked out on teachers back in the day(in high school) for doing similar shit and never got suspended for it or anything.




Several clarifications from Colorado guys:

1. He's not fired. He's been suspended until this whole thing blows over the disctrict finishes its investigation.

2. The kids walked out because he was a young popular "hip" teacher and has been using his position of authority to indoctrinate and brainwash them all for some time.

3. He has, of course made up a story indicated to school officials that his life's being threatened.


For my part: Why the fuck can't teachers just teach the subjects. Math teachers teach math, history history, current events should be the only class that has this stuff going on, and it needs to be balanced.

Figures, liberal teachers always seem to be the most popular. I could tell on the recording that his students like him because they were so eager to answer his questions and didn't dissent with the exception of the young man who had the balls to tape it.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:15:30 AM EDT
Unbelievable. I listened to the whole tape, this guy is a 100% genuine Democratic Underground moonbat, spewing every line and jot of the liberal mantra. Wow, they don't even hide their lies and propaganda anymore.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:15:47 AM EDT
Over at DUh, they've got moonbats trying to get the kid prosecuted for recording the lecture without consent.

Stupid shits, though, 'cause Colorado is a single party consent state.

Oh, and there are no expectations to privacy in a mass lecture.

Moonbats are dumb.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:17:06 AM EDT
Fuckin' loon.
He's a geography teacher?
I have an idea - math teaches math, geography teaches geography, etc.
Let's stick to the task assigned you, shall we?
Teachers should not be indoctinating children in any way.
Kids get facts - when you go to college, then you can discuss ideas.


Bennish: Sort of. Why? After the Israel-Zionist movement conducted what? Terrorist acts. They assassinated the British prime minster in Palestine. They blew up buildings. They stole military equipment. Assassinated hundreds of people. Car bombings, you name it. That's how the modern state of Israel was made. Was through violence and terrorism


I know I will get flamed for this, but he is right, about that anyway.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:18:19 AM EDT

Originally Posted By photoman:

Originally Posted By sp1shooter:
And this is in Colorado. The school has fired him though. It's all over Fox. Kids are walking out in protest. I'm going to stop now so this doesn't get locked.



They are walking out cuz this ass got fired? Or they are walking out becuase this guy was an ass?
it could use a little clarification.

I;ve walked out on teachers back in the day(in high school) for doing similar shit and never got suspended for it or anything.



No..look at the video, high school kids would walk out of school for Ronald McDonald..they don't care, it's just a reason to get out of class.

This guy is spewing the liberal mantra, word for word.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:20:13 AM EDT
Ward Churchill is another CO goof ball...

www.pirateballerina.com has all the details abou this nut. And he has been up for review for over one year.

I don't think they will ever get rid of him and he is 50 time more vile than this teacher.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:20:46 AM EDT

Originally Posted By GonzoAR15-1:
Over at DUh, they've got moonbats trying to get the kid prosecuted for recording the lecture without consent.

Stupid shits, though, 'cause Colorado is a single party consent state.

Oh, and there are no expectations to privacy in a mass lecture.

Moonbats are dumb.

If it was a conservative teacher being recorded by a liberal student they would declare the student as a wistleblowing patriot.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:23:32 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/2/2006 9:23:46 AM EDT by Gloftoe]
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:35:33 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Gloftoe:
images.ibsys.com/2006/0302/7617882_400X300.jpg

"Look at me! I'm a hippy fuckwit!"



Yesirr..that pic explains a lot. Libtard hippy.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 9:36:43 AM EDT

Originally Posted By NAKED-GUNMAN:

Originally Posted By Gloftoe:
images.ibsys.com/2006/0302/7617882_400X300.jpg

"Look at me! I'm a hippy fuckwit!"



Yesirr..that pic explains a lot. Libtard hippy.



Looks like his mother drank while he was in the womb.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 11:10:38 AM EDT
Too bad no one with 1/2 a brain was there. I could answer most of his pathetic questions.

in the words of the immortal bugs bunny

"naaah... whatta moreen!"
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 11:14:10 AM EDT
Listening to the recording on the local talk show right now.


Just your tax dollars at work, folks.

Link Posted: 3/2/2006 11:39:17 AM EDT
Wow - what a total tard.

Too bad its not a college course - you could go to the deans office and transfer/get your money back.

Hope this teacher gets fired. There is no teaching here - just ranting.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 11:46:41 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Chaingun:

Originally Posted By Lester_Burnham:
I hate how they always refer to the President as "Mr. Bush" rather than "President Bush". It irks me.



That's because some think he didn't win, twice.



+1

Link Posted: 3/2/2006 11:47:57 AM EDT

Originally Posted By clement:

Originally Posted By Lester_Burnham:
I hate how they always refer to the President as "Mr. Bush" rather than "President Bush". It irks me.



And they always refer to former president clinton as President Clinton, like he is still in office. Some of the talking heads on TV do this too.



Once someone is President of the United States, it is appropriate to call them "President" even when they are out of office.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 11:51:15 AM EDT
this retard is probably going to win a teacher of the year award for his "courage" to say that crap
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 12:11:14 PM EDT



Bennish: Sort of. Why? After the Israel-Zionist movement conducted what? Terrorist acts. They assassinated the British prime minster in Palestine. They blew up buildings. They stole military equipment. Assassinated hundreds of people. Car bombings, you name it. That's how the modern state of Israel was made. Was through violence and terrorism


I know I will get flamed for this, but he is right, about that anyway.



Even a blind hog gets an acorn once in a while.
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