As we all know, Political Correctness is ruining the energetic drive of our youth. Schools have classes with pass/fail ratings so the passing students will not feel bad that they did not get an “A”. Honor Roll students, once the envy of everyone in school, are now passé.
Games at recess are not scored anymore, so the losing team can feel good about themselves.
englosh papers with misspellin’s n bad grammer r now givin silver stars or funy faces, or butter scors for dem dare creativity; all by what the unions call teachers.
The far-left leaning liberals have just destroyed our schools in California and other liberal cities. In the Communist California Re-education Centers (schools to those who are not quite aware of what is happening) vulnerable children are stripped of their family values they learned at home and are re-educated in the liberal arts of PC (which has nothing to do with computers).
Innocent children are beat into submission and are taught that striving to better themselves is wrong. Admire Willie Mays? Fine, just admire him but don’t even attempt to become really good.
This is why the Democratic-controlled cities have huge percentages of their residents on welfare; the liberals keep the poor in their place by saying it’s ok not to be the best.
In contrast, Condie Rice grew up really dirt poor and became the Secretary of State of the United States. She did this by really being the best in what she does. Why is she hated among the liberals (especially black ones)? The answer is that striving to be the best is a Conservative value!
So, in liberal Connecticut, we have a Conservative nine year old child trying to be the best pitcher he can be. Instead of support and praise from the community, he is ostracized and prevented from playing. He practiced and practiced until he had a forty mile per hour fast ball. AND THE LIBERALS KICKED HIS TEAM OUT OF THE LEAGUE.
A good note is that the team is going to fight this. It is also good to note that a group of conservative kids in a liberal world will not give up.
9-year-old boy told he’s too good to pitch