Probably the best part of this story is at the end, where some of the people going into the military are quoted as saying that they’re going to fight for the freedom of these edu-quacks to be so completely clueless.

If the teachers shouldn’t be fired for protesting at the ceremony, the fact that they probably can’t grip the irony of the above sentiment should be more than enough proof that they’re simply too stupid to be teachers:

What with Obama pleading for $50 billion in state and local aid, in part to save teachers jobs, you’d think he’d tell the NEA to reel in nutburgers like these so it isn’t that much easier to say “no!”

(h/t WeaselZippers)


6 Responses to “Schoolhouse Crock: Teachers Stage Protest at Ceremony of Students Enlisting in the Military”

  1. Truth And Common Sense − Can a teacher be openly anti-war? Not in this case. on June 13th, 2010 12:39 pm
  2. archer52 on June 13th, 2010 2:41 pm

    I put this on my site and gave you credit as a person who finds gems inside the flurry of news stories out there.

    This kind of stuff irritates way too many people, yet it is allowed to happen. Another example of how the left really did win the war of the sixties.

  3. OK_Loyalist on June 13th, 2010 3:05 pm

    She looked a little cock eyed to me. LOL. I think the principal may be as Looney Tunes as she is.

  4. swede on June 13th, 2010 7:33 pm

    Much like the Code Pinkie Dinkies, I rather encourage this kind of protest. When LoonyTooners make a statement like this, it will generally have the opposite of the intended effect with the public in general. Knock yerselves out O pseudo-righteous ones. Peace, love and doves all around!

  5. Nanny on June 14th, 2010 10:00 pm

    I don't agree with what she did but she did prove one thing. Our tax dollars are not paying for our children's education. The money goes to ass wipes like this teacher who spew nothing but garbage to our kids. It just gets loonier every day and now zero wants $50 billion to bail out more union jobs. Get rid of them all!

  6. Lep on June 16th, 2010 6:36 pm

    Unbelievable…I am a teacher and I can not imagine NOT supporting my students in any endeavor – much like I would my own children. I may not like it – but I still support them.

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