Liberal Contempt and Texas History Books!!!

Liberal Contempt
I was reading a Rush Limbaugh’s site how one caller got through to their Senator and Congresswoman and how he was treated with utter contempt.  I think the basic problem these people have in Washington is that they are the ultimate en-titlists. They believe they should be treated as royalty, but they should be the ultimate servants. We are not sending these boneheads to Washington in order to make them kings. They are to be OUR servants. You can see this royalty problem especially on the left. To even question them brings out their ire, as if, “how dare we question the left and their motives!” Remember Joe the Plumber when he asked Obama about his intentions as president?
Here is the conversation from Rush’s show yesterday:
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RUSH: Jim in Rapids City, South Dakota, you’re next on the EIB Network.  Hi.

CALLER:  Hey, Rush, I was able to get through to my Democrat Senator, Tim Johnson, yesterday, as well as our Democrat only congresswoman, Herseth Sandlin, and in both cases I was treated to a little contemptuous, young intern who’s basically talking from talking points and trying to school me as to what I should be saying and what I should be doing.  It was amazing.  And I’m an RN, I’m someone who’s been in the field and I was able to rebuff every one of their talking points.  One of the talking points from Johnson’s aide was, “It’s no different than buying car insurance.”  And I said, “Excuse me, I don’t have to buy a car, I’m being forced to buy health insurance if I move or change my position.”  And his point was, “Well, you know, that’s the way it is.”  And I said, “Tim Johnson bills himself as a moderate, fiscal conservative.  What is fiscally conservative about this health care, Obamacare?  I don’t understand it.”  And I raised this question as I left.  “We will boot both of these people out as being frauds.  They bill themselves as Blue Dog Democrat centrist fiscal conservatives.  There is nothing fiscally conservative or constitutional about what these people are doing.  They’ve tied their boat to this radical administration and I seriously have doubts.  This vote is taking them far, far to the left, and they’re afraid to do anything.  And I only say, hey, get some religion and jump ship and admit you’re wrong.”  And that was kind of where I left it.  But I was treated with such contempt.  And here I’m a guy who’s been in nursing —

RUSH:  Well, you know what?  I’m glad it happened to you because you’re looked at with contempt by these people every day, and you finally got to experience it firsthand.

CALLER:  We’re all going to experience it firsthand.  If we get treated to health care the way we get treated to the DMV and post office, wake up America, this is not —

RUSH:  America has awakened.

CALLER:  Well, I don’t know what to say. I’m at a loss for words because I’m so frustrated, Rush, and I’m sure you are, too, and you do a great job of maintaining your composure —

RUSH:  Well, yeah, we’re all frustrated, but I’m glad you had the experience.  By the way, I need to ask you a question.  Are you saying Ken or Tim Johnson?
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CALLER:  Tim Johnson.  He’s the fellow who, sadly, had a stroke and —

RUSH:  Yeah, yeah.  You didn’t talk to him, right?

CALLER:  No, I talked to his aide.

RUSH:  Yeah, you talked to some intern who’s got talking points front of him, and if they’re still using this auto insurance argument, those are requirements from state to state to state.  It is not a federal government requirement.  If that’s what they’re using — and they’ve tried using that as an analogy for months on this now — it’s empty; it’s full of holes; it’s specious.  You’re right to have told this guy, “What you’re doing is unconstitutional.”  There is no allowance for the federal government to mandate that any citizen buy anything and then fine them and put them in jail if they don’t buy it, which is what this bill does along with many other disastrous things. 

I’m so mad about this that if someone said we should throw them out using force, I would be willing to support it. The left is totally ignoring the Constitution. To pass this bill without the votes in completely un-Constitutional. No, I don’t want to trust in the Supreme Court to overthrow this bill. I would rather see our state legislatures vote to remove us from the union, and start over with the same Constitution and punt D.C.
Texas Textbooks
BTW, did you see that the board of education in Texas voted to actually have history books that included men like John Calvin, Thomas Aquinas and even Jonathan Edwards. Edwards has been featured in the past. But we were only given his sermon “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,” and told that this was the warp and woof of the Puritan tradition, along with the Salem Witch Trials. Never were we given any view of he Puritans other than the fact that they were harsh on sinners, and were all unacceptable.
It wasn’t until I was in seminary that I actually began to read the Puritans. They truly have a lot of offer despite my former seminary professor’s claim: “I love the Puritans, but they have very little to offer to today’s culture.” That is a quote from Lanier Burns. Sadly, all I can say is that Burns has never read the Puritans if that is his assessment of them. Many of them wrote about Biblical truth. Biblical truth is relevant in all cultures because it is biblical truth. We do not make it relevant for our culture, it’s relevant because it’s God’s word.
I also never heard of Thomas Aquinas until I got to seminary. But then he only warranted a brief mention. Yet, his thought, from what I understand, helped form our government as well. It’s good to know that the people of Texas are fighting back against the liberal high jacking of our school systems. It has taken far too long, but I’m glad it has finally come to pass.
I liked what Chuck Norris had to add… 

Noah Webster, the “Father of American Scholarship and Education,” stated, “In my view, the Christian religion is the most important and one of the first things in which all children, under a free government, ought to be instructed. … No truth is more evident to my mind than that the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure the rights and privileges of a free people.”

In 1789, during the same time when the First Amendment was written, then-President George Washington signed into law the Northwest Ordinance, which states, “Religion, morality, and knowledge, being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education shall forever be encouraged.”

Does anyone not know what the term “forever” means? Can any member of the SBOE or any other state board of education be penalized for agreeing with America’s Founding Fathers?

Maybe we should require our students to actually read the Constitution, and pass tests concerning it’s content, along with what the framers wrote about it. I know I couldn’t pass a test on it right now, given our deficient educational system. But I guarantee, grade me on the curve with the rest of the citizens of our public education and I would score in the upper percentile. 
Norris closes out his article with the following:

My personal warning to educational tyranny and tyrants is this: It’s best not to test or mess with Texas. If you thought we fought hard for the Alamo, wait until you see what we can do for the right to educate our children. You can hide behind your No. 2 pencils, but our branding irons will find your tail sides.

Amen, and amen!
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