Social Justice being taught in Schools??

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S. Lindsey
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Joined: 12/31/2008

Progressives are indoctrinating our kids.. In Minneapolis a charter School is teaching their kids to PROTEST for Social Justice.

They went to the Governors office with signs ranging from "The Rich are killing the POOR" The RICH steals from the POOR" "Tax the RICH not the POOR".

Do you understand who the Progressives are?

Do you want your kids taught Social Justice?

How about your Church? DO they preach Social Justice?

Joe Kawfi
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Joined: 07/20/2009
S. Lindsey - but that is what the democrat party believes -

If you don't believe me, just listen to Senator Max Baucus:

Sen. Max Baucus: "Too often, much of late, the last couple three years the mal-distribution of income in America is gone up way too much, the wealthy are getting way, way too wealthy, and the middle income class is left behind. Wages have not kept up with increased income of the highest income in America. This legislation will have the effect of addressing that mal-distribution of income in America."

The libs wholeheartedly that income is distributed, not earned. They promote class warfare in order to further their goal of a truly socialist America. The democrat goal is not to make America better, but to make it more dependent on government, and therefore weaker so that the politicians can maintain their power. Obama wants to make us all slaves to government.
Now, we all know that Obama isn't smart enough to do this, and that is why he is being led by the nose by Pelosi and the Labor Unions.

Just look at his latest appointment to head up the NLRB - Craig Becker. This guy is a thug union lawyer who wants to skip the scales to favor unions, who we all know are responsible for destroying the U.S. auto industry.

Now, Obama complains about partisan opposition, yet the only thing bipartisan about this appointment was the OPPOSITION to it. This 'president's' constant whining is getting old. He had a majority in both houses of congress, yet he couldn't get his appointments through because they are too radical even for the democrats. That's not partisan politics, it's bipartisan opposition yet this 'president' constantly whines about the Republicans. What a ineffective wimp this 'president' is.

Bonkers's picture
Joined: 03/01/2010

Maybe President Obama should have picked a corporate executive, as most republican presidents usually do?

I guess it could be someone else who knows about labor relations....some union busting thug!

That ought to help solve management/labor relations!

Or we could just let the corporations win every time.

Dondol's picture
Joined: 05/05/2006
Let me share something about Unions

My brother worked for Ford at the Atl plant (plant maintenance) for 18 years before it closed and after hearing some of the things that went on there would make anyone against unions. He made $38.00 an hour (not bad for HS grad) union scale, more than he could have made anywhere else. On Saturdays when they were suppose to be working they would all come in and then leave after 2 hours and one person would stay and clock them out at the end of 8hrs. They bitched like hell when they had to pay a $10.00 co-pay for a doctors visit (threatened to go on strike over that one). Eventually Ford got smart and closed the place down, now he works for an airline for about half of what he made (I told him that was coming). So yeah thats what we need is some Jerk in Washington thats going to help with Labor relations. You sign on for a job at a set rate and go to work, if you do a good job you get a raise and move forward if not you get fired. Thats Labor Relations the way it should be!

Bonkers's picture
Joined: 03/01/2010
It has been called the "Robin Hood" theory!

Some call it's opposite the "dribble down" theory!

When money is made unless you put it under your mattress, someone get it to use!First the bank or stock guy takes a cut, then he charges you a fee to buy something, then you can lose but he can't!

That eventually becomes the dribble down theory. Your money is used after deductions to invest in something that will "dribble down, eventually.

The two questions are: What?

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