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Monday, October 04, 2004
MoveOn already: A silly group of Bush-hating liberals takes a teacher to task for including a picture of President Bush among pictures of ... presidents.


On Thursday, there was a back-to-school night for parents of students. Veteran English teacher Shiba Pillai-Diaz says she was shocked when three parents confronted her. The three, insisting the teacher either add John Kerry's photo to the montage of presidents or remove the Bush photo. When Pillai-Diaz refused, she says the school's vice-principal threatened her job which is an act that has parents here fuming.


This just in: John Kerry is running for president against George W. Bush, not Al Gore. Get a grip people.

I'm sure someone will remind me if there were complaints back in 1996 election cycle about Bill Clinton's picture on school walls and not Bob Dole.

Maybe they should just move on.

9:24 PM

Comments:
I wonder if this story is really true. Sounds like the paper that turned out to be a pen in John Kerry's pocket.
 
If you question the truth go to the linked site and watch the video. (If you look at the video, including the Good Morning America piece, you might notice a sign: The Greatest Aim of Education is Tolerance. It was a little different when I was in school.)
 
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