The Campaign For DA

2.09.2015

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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

And?

DF Wordkyle

Rage

Anonymous said...

I keep getting A and B confused.

Anonymous said...

E and B are easily interchangeable.

wordkyle said...

Interesting that wanting to promote a sense of right and wrong is not considered Moderate.

Triple Fake... said...

sounds like an exercise to define what a person believes. They shouldn't be graded on that. If they were instructed to check their responses against the scale on a website to gauge their answers, how can there be a wrong answer?
And a school doesn't have any business categorizing the students' political belief system

Anonymous said...

That is what Republicans think, isn't it?

Anonymous said...

Why is anyone surprised?? Liberal media does this everyday--telling the sheep how to think.

Anonymous said...

A Highland Park, Texas, parent last week dropped her challenge to a book on poverty due to concerns that the school's process for reviewing her challenge was unfair, according to the Dallas Morning News.

"The committee membership should be objective and without participant prejudice to ensure integrity without conflict," Meg Bakich, the parent who challenged the book, wrote in an email to the Dallas Morning News.

Bakich protested the Highland Park school district's decision to have students read "The Working Poor: Invisible in America," by journalist David Shipler, which depicts Americans living near the poverty line. In her formal challenge, Bakich complained that the book was "sexually explicit."

She told online talk show "Women on the Wall" that she didn't believe students should read about "social issues" in English class and called the book "Marxist." Bakich said she was concerned that English class has become "a year-long undermining of American values."

Anonymous said...

I don't see any choice for my old party. Because you know how we feel about "those people".

DF Strom Thurmond, Dixiecrat

Anonymous said...

Looks like the test maker might be a little biased on his belief concerning the poor and their relationship with conservatives.

Especially since conservatives donate a larger portion of their income to help the poor...

Anonymous said...

Whoever wrote the questions and scoring key was an idiot. I hope we don't expose our children to such garbage.

Anonymous said...

Interesting, since liberals give far less to charities than conservatives. Always an embarrassment for us liberals...but at least we can still brain wash students with such written instruments.

Anonymous said...

all of them should be a or b
helping the poor is a conservative value. enslaving the poor to a government program in order to get theyre votes is pure liberal.