Reason 235: Because The Schoolhouse Is Like A Prisonhouse, Only Now It’s Become A Madhouse

This little video clip is depressing, to say the least:

Sure, not every schoolhouse is like this. But every schoolhouse is not like they all once were either. We are a nation in moral decline and there’s no arguing against that point. And one of the biggest players in orchestrating that decline is the on-going social experiments being carried out on the poor guinea pigs in the government schoolhouse. It’s obvious that there is a fantasy world out there somewhere, somehow. Obama was supposed to usher it in. Next Sanders. But in all cases, the schoolhouse is seen as a tool.  The latest in the fantastical world

It’s obvious that there’s a fantasy Utopian world out there somewhere, somehow. Obama was supposed to usher it in. Next Sanders. But in all cases, the schoolhouse is seen as a tool to be used to bring about this end.  The latest in the fantastical world

The latest in the fantastical world imagined by elitist is one in which men and women share the same bathroom, except that they won’t be sharing because there will no longer be any such thing as men and women. Those words will be redefined to suit one’s personal fantasy.

In the end, the rich, comfortable elitists are dedicated to their cause and won’t be dissuaded no matter how bad it gets for your child. And of course they’re keeping their children out of the sewer they’re making for you. But don’t ever forget this: you can keep your child out too.

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