A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I was a young child at Dyer Kelly School and, every morning, would stand to recite the Pledge of Allegiance, my right hand over my heart, as I looked at the American flag placed into its holder at the front of the classroom, with all my fellow classmates, girls in dresses and boys in jeans with, most likely, their cuffs rolled up by their mothers.
There is no recitation of the pledge of allegiance, any more, in America’s classrooms — unless it occurs in a backwards, mouth-breathing backwoods enclave where the unwashed cling to their Bibles and their guns, and genetic mutant children rule both the woods and the corn. Just ask any Leftist who isn’t agonizingly breast-beating about microaggressions and manspreading.
Watch this video:
Only in Fornicalia, in a Leftist state with a Leftist doddering governor under a Leftist president, would a “teacher” find the guts and be so emboldened to say and do what she said and did, for something so totally innocuous.
From the WoundedAmericanWarrior.com:
California Teacher Punished Student For Drawing Offensive American Flag
Remember the good old days? You know, the days when children recited the pledge of allegiance before beginning their studies every morning? You know, like Americans?
Sadly, those days are coming to an end.
California, a state known for its anti-American vitriol amongst academics and students has taken its hatred for America to the next level. At least one elementary teacher has punished a student for drawing an American flag with the words “God Bless America” emblazoned above the stripes during open art time (meaning, the kids were told to draw anything they wanted). The teacher’s response? The American flag is an offensive and repressive symbol and has no place in her classroom.
Drawing an American flag is oppressive.
Let’s face facts. As The Realist I state the obvious: only those persons who are brainwashed GOWPs, do not wish to assimilate, dislike America or, further, want to see it taken down object to the display or portrayal of the American flag.
All others — a dwindling number — embrace the flag and all it stands for because they, like me, hold to ancient doddering and outmoded standards such as “love of country.” Because this country is the best and last hope for the freedom of the entire planet.
That freedom, those freedoms, are diminishing at home and abroad.
Anyone else besides me think I truly am a stranger in a strange land?