Trump Should be Executed for Committing Treason (Page 8)
Silver__Fox: From across the ocean it seems like a lot of what trump is accused of is true. Apart from that he just seems like a grub of an individual to me
Starkiller990205: He’s lower than a grub. And from what I’ve seen he is guilty. Also a repellent human being. I consider this country “leaderless” for those four years. Normally I believe in supporting the winner and mining in after an election.
Not that one. Or 2000, but that a whole other story.
KeithJ: He committed treason and the proof was his encouragement of January 6th and there IS proof on the day it happened of HIM on some kind of social media with them on video with some of them encouraging them onward .
Fractured fairy tale: People could say the Retoric of Politicians has caused a lot of violence over the last few years .
Pleanty of blame to go around where's all the commission's for the CHAZ zone what about all the BLM riots and looting
Or is everyone just going to pretend that wasn't caused by the Retoric of Politicians
America is coming close to breaking up if this keeps going
Fractured fairy tale: midjet I don"t Trust Any Of them , None What so Ever I wish I didn"t have to say that but I can"t
danishian: this is Proof that the left loves the uneducatated
Blue-State Disaster: Oregon Gov Signs Bill Allowing Students to Graduate Without Knowing How to Read or Write
Democratic Gov. Kate Brown of Oregon has signed a bill into law that allows students in the state to graduate from high school without having to prove they know how to read, write or understand math.
The Oregonian reported that Brown signed Senate Bill 744 on July 14 with no news release and without informing anyone outside of her office about her decision to sign the legislation.
The new law says that “a student may not be required to show proficiency in Essential Learning Skills as a condition of receiving a high school diploma during the 2021-2022, 2022-2023 or 2023-2024 school year.”
It also requires that the state Board of Education “[r]ecommend changes in legislation or administrative rules that will reduce disparities and ensure that every student will be on track to earn one of the high school diplomas offered in this state.”
The bill equates to a multiyear suspension of current graduation requirements.
Why? Well, equity, for one. That’s not to mention COVID.
Brown wasn’t interested in commenting on signing the bill to make educated people in the Marxism capital of the country less educated.
Do you think this law is a good idea?
Yes: 1% (4 Votes)
No: 99% (591 Votes)
She did, however, have an aide attempt to justify the move.
Charles Boyle, Brown’s communications director, said in a statement emailed to the Oregonian that dropping requirements that prove people should be able to graduate will help the state’s “Black, Latino, Latina, Latinx, Indigenous, Asian, Pacific Islander, Tribal, and students of color.”
“Leaders from those communities have advocated time and again for equitable graduation standards, along with expanded learning opportunities and support,” he said.
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Boyle didn’t explain how not knowing how to read will serve minority kids as they become adults ready to navigate life.
This, of course, raises an important question: Why even have schools to begin with? Why not just give every person a college degree at birth?
We know that a great many schools across the country only encourage graduation so they can justify their annual budgets. But in most cases, the students leaving those schools with diplomas are capable of at least understanding basic communication and hopefully are able to handle their basic finances.
We can’t be sure in the years to come that young people from Oregon will even be able to read. We’ll be left to assume that left-wing teachers simply shoved critical race theory down their throats until they aged out of high school, until these young people prove otherwise.
This law essentially nullifies the hard work of students who will work to earn their diplomas.
It serves no cause, other than making the state’s population dumber — and maybe that’s the point.
Oregon is already arguably the national epicenter for the uneducated, the aggrieved and the politically radical. It’s difficult to imagine a scenario in which this doesn’t strengthen the numbers of those who just spent a year attempting to torch downtown Portland.
Could lawmakers have done anything more blatant to assist these people in feeling more self-righteous while they attempt to bring down society?
Donald Trump once said, "I love the poorly educated."
Is it OK when he says it but nobody else?
srbiddy09: David, this is by far the best post you have ever made on Wireclub. The irony of you associating the "uneducated" with "the Left" is such a delicious irony considering the moronic and uneducated nature of your contributions here--although I'm sure that the irony is completely LOST on you. LOL
Nevertheless, you are such a lovable little imbecile.
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KeithJ: That's why Hunpty Dumpty Trumpty loves people like David L. Crawford being Dumpty is not very smart in the first place .
Fractured fairy tale: whats wrong with Trump saying That about supposed "uneducated people" Trumps said at one time or another he likes most groups he says when he Doesn"t Thats fair enough
Theres a Myth From Americano Culture that your got to Have a piece of Paper to Prove How educated you are , Some of the most Talented and skillfull people in there Fields Ive met Have had No Qualifications , What Happened to the school of Life educating your self
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