Sunday, April 08, 2007

Democratic Contribution to Education

Children of the future will have an easier time learning history thanks to recent contributions from the newly elected congressional leadership.

As long as rote memorization has a place in the educational menu, words easier to say, spell and memorize will make learning easier.

Names we will no longer need in order to describe craven behavior and the arrogance of office include Neville Chamberlain and Munich, 1938.

The children of tomorrow will substitute
Nancy Pelosi and Damascus, 2007.

"We came in friendship, hope, and determined that the road to Damascus is a road to peace."
How on earth can a woman so arrogant at home be so obsequious when representing our interests to dictatorial killers?

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