September 24, 2011

Thanks for the black eye

As yet another example of how "progressives" view free speech, not to mention how teachers should NOT do their job, we see this:

Great job there, teach. Not only do you bring your students along to witness your how you're not impartial, but you call people with whom you disagree -- not to mention who hold a very popular (and legitimate) point of view -- "Nazis."

As WR Chandler notes (to whom the hat tip goes for this video), "If he taught my kids, I would pull them out of his class yesterday." Got that right, brotha.

UPDATE: Thanks to AJ Lynch, check out this local news story on the teacher. As AJ noted, notice how they don't ID the teacher but do mention how he's "in good standing." He also, by the way, expressed "regret" that his comments "went too far." Well that's a relief.


Posted by Hube at September 24, 2011 11:22 AM | TrackBack

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I wached the news clip and could not believe they did not name the teacher but went out of their way to say how wonderful his record is.

Posted by: AJ Lynch at September 24, 2011 12:21 PM

You got a link to the news clip, AJ?

Posted by: Hube at September 24, 2011 12:23 PM

http://www.woai.com/news/local/story/Teacher-calls-local-Tea-Party-president-a-Nazi/_2b16h_Ir0W12AQGP000Ww.cspx

Try that.

Posted by: AJ Lynch at September 24, 2011 06:14 PM

If that guy made the same sort of comment to me in the teacher's lounge, he would have been the one with the black eye. And I don't doubt tha tif any of us made such a scene from a conservative perspective -- perhaps calling a local elected official a Commie -- we would be out of our job no matter how great our record in the classroom or how profuse our apologies for the offense given.

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