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Common Core teaching Republican party is one of corruption
« on: April 27, 2014, 06:29:08 AM »
Common Core Teaching Republican Party is One of Corruption


Posted on April 25, 2014 by Dave Jolly Filed under Corruption, Education, Ethics, Government, Liberalism, Politics, Socialism


I’ve lost count on how many articles that I and others have written about the issues surrounding the Common Core Standards.  They teach pornography, socialism, anti-Christian, anti-parent, anti-American, pro-Muslim and pro-one world government.  In math they teach that the right answers are less important than learning to do things the socialist way.

If you had any doubt about the agenda behind Common Core, consider this question that appeared on a test in AP Government:
 




“IDENTIFICATION: On your scan-tron, fill in the letter of the political party that is most accurately affiliated with each of the following statements, or utilize the ‘both’ or ‘neither’ option.
1.democrat
2.republican
3.both
4.neither

___ 66.  This is the party whose corruption usually comes in the form of using the government for improper means.

___ 67.  This is the party whose behavior provoked Congress to pass the Federal Elections Campaign Act of 1974.

___ 68.  This is the party that receives PAC money from business PACs.

___ 69.  This is the party who has a longtime policy of not accepting federal matching funds.

___ 70.  This is the party that thinks the US should remove itself from the United Nations and other international alliances.”

The answers are as follows: 66-b; 67-b; 68-c; 69-d; 70-d.

Please take notice that the answer they consider correct for question 66 is ‘b’, the Republican Party is the party of corruption for using the government for improper means.  So let me ask the following questions:

What party is using government power to circumvent the US Constitution?

What party is using government power to deny Americans of their First Amendment rights to free speech and religion?

What party is using government power to deny Americans of their Second Amendment rights to bear arms?
 



What party is using government power to deny Americans of their Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure?

What party is using government power to deny States their Tenth Amendment rights to govern themselves and restrict the powers and rights of the federal government?

What party is using government to destroy the Christian foundations America was built upon?

What party is using government to murder millions of unborn children?

What party is using government to destroy the institution of marriage?

What party is using government to promote voter fraud?

What party is using government to allow millions of illegal aliens to steal jobs from American citizens and deplete state coffers?

What party is using government to weaken the US military and our national security?

What party is welcoming Muslims while persecuting Christians?

The answer to all of the above questions is ‘a – democrat.’  But you won’t see any of these questions on any Common Core test.  They don’t want students to learn the truth about American government.  They don’t want them to learn the truth about the liberal and socialistic Democratic Party.

That’s one reason Indiana Gov. Mike Pence took action to do away with Common Core and replace it with a better educational program.   Hopefully more governors will follow Pence’s lead and save their kids from being brainwashed and growing up to be good little comrades.

Read more at http://godfatherpolitics.com/15309/common-core-teaching-republican-party-one-corruption/#5VqF0feirLSBWVGv.99
« Last Edit: April 27, 2014, 06:29:48 AM by rangerrebew »
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Re: Common Core teaching Republican party is one of corruption
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2014, 07:39:27 AM »

Whoever wrote this forgot about renowned DEMOCRAT Boss Tweed.
"Just because people in positions of authority are stupid, it doesn’t mean you have to go along with it." —Arlo Guthrie

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