Thursday, February 26, 2009

The Inexplicable Division Between I.Q. and Wisdom

Raking liberals over the coals by Burt Prelutsky

In trying to see an upside to the current financial crisis, I'm afraid the best I could come up with is that a lot of parents can no longer afford to blow their hard-earned dollars financing their children's indoctrination by an army of left-wing professors. Frankly, it's always perplexed me when well-meaning adults blithely send their impressionable kids off to be force-fed four years of lies, such as the perils of global warming; the notion that America's hog farmers, according to Robert Kennedy Jr., being a far greater threat to the nation than Osama bin Laden and his terrorism network; that all countries are equally good, except, of course, America and Israel; and that all religions deserve equal respect, except, of course, for Christianity and Judaism.

He ends with this quote from Teddy Roosevelt:

"Educate a man in mind and not in morals and you educate a menace to society."

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