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2 October, 2009

Strange Definition of “Safe Schools”

Filed under: Posts — Tags: — clgood @ 8:25

Years ago a man arrived in Australia. The immigration agent was reviewing his documents and asking a few questions. One was, “Do you have a criminal record?”

The man responded, “I didn’t know you still needed one.”

The Messiah’s vetters seem to be channeling that old joke.

Let’s be clear: Kevin Jennings let a potentially terminally-ill minor and a victim of rape walk out of his office, and Jennings never reported the incident to the boy’s parents, the school nurse, the police, or anyone who might help protect this child. This Kevin Jennings is President Obama’s new “safe schools czar.”

Which reminds me of something I’ve been wondering of late. Just how naive and gullible is the average Messiah voter? I never, never understood how anybody could be taken in by such an obvious flim-flam man. My confusion at the anti posters that turned out to be pro is already documented. I mean, gee. A few minutes of watching this guy on TV and it’s blindingly clear that He’s a three-dollar bill. So how did He pull this off?

It’s obvious that His staff believes in Him to the point of risible tone-deafness. I don’t get it.


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