Monday, November 1, 2010

A Darwinian Model Dumbing down citizens

Dumbing down citizens by destroying their education is a symptom of the collective salvation Obama talks about.

    • Dominic J. Melfi 
      For 200 years people came to the USA for opportunity
      they expected to work hard and prosper
      The progressives have fashioned a new USA
      Now people come here for free stuff
      And Obama is sweetening the pot

      Obama's USA has no opportunity
      or exceptional ism
      it has a flat line of social justice
      work hard is your retribution for your sins
      and redistribution for you collective salvation
      is your religion.

      Why do these people do this, believe these things?
      Its the Darwinian model
      Nature tries everything to see what survives
      Collectivism is a reoccurring theme
      The ANT, BEE DNA
      What happens in a collective
      is the masses are dumbed down so
      a few MASTER ants and BEES control everything


      Evidence is that is true, amazing isnt it?


      Obama and his cohorts in Chicago funneled 100 million dollars to their cronnies in a educational fiasco from donations from the Annenberg foundation. After 100 million between Obama and his partners no significant improvement in ANY CHICAGO SCHOOL.

      They gave all the money to partnership organizations.
      Some run by Bill Ayers.

      No evidence these progressives want to educate anyone.

      An August 2003 final technical report of the Chicago Annenberg Research Project by the Consortium on Chicago School Research said that while "student achievement improved across Annenberg Challenge schools as it did across the Chicago Public School system as a whole, results suggest that among the schools it supported, the Challenge had little impact on school improvement and student outcomes, with no statistically significant differences between Annenberg and non-Annenberg schools in rates of achievement gain, classroom behavior, student self-efficacy, and social competence."[59] "Breakthrough Schools," which received special financial and professional support from the Challenge between 1999-2001, a time during which the Challenge began withdrawing funds from other schools, "began to develop in ways that distinguished them from other Annenberg schools and sustained or strengthened aspects of teacher professional community school leadership, and relational trust while other Annenberg schools did not."[59]

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