National Education Association's top lawyer touts their real purpose Says those who promote traditional values are a group of "right-wing b****rds"


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                 **National Education Association's top lawyer touts their real purpose**                                    
                                                     **Says those who promote traditional values are a group of "right-wing b****rds"**                                    
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The National Education Association’s (NEA) top lawyer, Bob Chanin, recently made clear the goal of the NEA. He called those who believe in and work for traditional family values “b****rds.” He also praised the NEA because the organization has “power” and “hundreds of millions” of dollars from dues to spend in promoting their agenda and political candidates.
I have included an article which shows, in their own words, what the NEA is doing. It is time for Christians who are members of the NEA to get out. We are funding the demise of Western Civilization. **Please read this article! **
Chanin’s volley left no doubt where the NEA wants to take the public education system, and our children. It also served as a wake-up call for those who might be considering taking their children out of public schools.
If you are a member of NEA, I suggest you contact some more teacher friends and discuss this matter with them.
If you need legal help, I suggest you contact one of the two organizations listed below:
Liberty Council www.lc.org
Alliance Defense Fund www.telladf.org
Thank you for caring enough to get involved. If you feel our efforts are worthy of support, would you consider making a small tax-deductible contribution to help us continue?

                                                                                                                                       Sincerely,                                             

Don

                                        Donald E. Wildmon,
                                        Founder and Chairman
                                        American Family Association

P.S. Many members of the NEA are not aware how the NEA is using their dues to promote leftwing politics. They can drop their membership in the NEA and secure many of the same benefits by joining other professional organizations which offer the same benefits.


#2

Is anyone surprised?


#3

The family is really under attack these days :frowning:


#4

The only thing that is surprising is that so many people are ignorant of the fact that NEA and AFT have been eyeball deep in the liberal sexual and social agenda for over 30 years.

What’s wrong with our education system? Unions.


#5

What is the “b” word? I can’t figure it out and I can’t find the article that Buff is referring to.


#6

A child born out of wedlock.


#7

I found it highly ironic that someone criticizing people who hold traditional values would choose to use a word with negative connotations for birth out of wedlock. Rather old-fashioned and traditional of him to consider that word an insult, don’t you think? :wink: Or perhaps–if he sees nothing wrong with “progressive” sexual relations out of wedlock, he wasn’t trying to insult anyone. Still, as he’s a lawyer speaking for the NEA, (an association that supposedly encourages education), I’d expect him to better language skills than he demonstrates by his choice of words.


#8

I do not have an answer to that, but if someone were to assert that it would be child neglect or abuse to send a child to a public school and not monitor every thing that happens there, I would be hard-pressed to disagree with them.


#9

Yeah, what a heteronormative neanderthal!


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