Why is MSNBC even putting people like this on TV? Dr. Nancy was dumbfounded by what this teabagger had to say about Obama's back to school speech and lesson plans in general.
Nancy: Have you changed your mind since hearing the president today?
Teabagger: No I haven't. I thought the speech was OK, we never really had a problem with the content of the speech. It was always about the lesson plans.
Nancy: And what's the problem with the lesson plans, that the idea is to stay in school and do your work and not let adversity keep you down?
Teabagger: Well, actually the lesson plans as they're presented are actually illegal under the protection of People's Rights
Nancy: But what's your problem with the message?
Teabagger: Well like I said, there is no problem with the message it's the lessons plans that encourages students to reveal personal information about themselves by participating in the lessons that the teachers are putting forth for them and that's illegal....
Nancy: But I'm not sure I understand what you're talking about. No one asked for personal information as far as I understand and the lesson plans really went along with the bulk of the speech.
Teabagger: When the teachers ask in a questionnaires or they encourage the students to reveal information about their goals that delves into the psyche of the children and under code 34 of the federal regulations that's illegal.
Nancy: You must be kidding me. Do you not want kids to be talking about what they want to be when they grow up?
Yes, when a teacher asked me what I wanted to be when I was a kid I said I wanted to be a cop. OMG, that's blasphemy and illegal and I want to sue P.S. 122 in Astoria. I'm sorry, but isn't Obama's speech the reason this teabagger is on my teevee and not the teachers? I guess sometimes they get confused.
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