“If I were King in America” attends a private/public NH Education Summit that refuses attendance to a pre-approved teacher

John Kasich, the “moderate” candidate for president, hates teachers so much that he attended an Education Summit in New Hampshire that refused attendance to a pre-approved teacher who had a valid ticket. Private organization pretending to be pro-education do things like this.

Edushyster Jennifer Berkshire reports via twitter.

The Ohio governor (R), who wishes to be King, wouldn’t even allow teachers to speak to each other or be allowed a room to speak in.If I were king in America, I would abolish all teachers’ lounges, where they sit together and worry about, ‘Woe is us.'”

John Kasich

It is also important to realize that Donald Trump is a distractor to make the other republican candidates, such as Kasich and Bush, appear moderate. Of course the latest North Carolina poll shows that Trump is running neck-to-neck against Deez Nuts. (No joke, though I wish it wasn’t.)

“The new PPP poll revealed independent candidate Deez Nuts is polling at 9 percent in the Tar Heel state. Running as an independent from Wallingford, Iowa; population 197, Deez Nuts has gone viral and has a large fan base.”

The scapegoating of career teachers continues with a degree of hate mongering that is mind boggling. There is nothing funny about this.

Teachers, parents and all who hope to see America’s children advance and succeed must educate people to this hate mongering and insane scapegoating that pretends that massive numbers of rotten teachers are destroying America even as corporations dismantle schools for their own private profit. Untaxed profits from American tax dollars. Profits shipped to foreign tax havens which are not even addressed by these corporate-paid politicos.

This has to end, or America as a world leader will end.



About Ken Previti

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One Response to “If I were King in America” attends a private/public NH Education Summit that refuses attendance to a pre-approved teacher

  1. Bilgewater says:

    Ignorance like this is why most GOP candidates alienate voters–they have no knowledge, no understanding and no grip on what “real” people are doing. This is just another example of a politician wasting precious oxygen.

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