Head Of Los Angeles School Board Wants To Teach Children Arizona Is .. (SFV)
Date: 2010-06-13, 5:04PM PDT
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In case you don't know, the head of the Los Angeles School Board wants to not only teach kids within the Los Angeles School System that the Arizona immigration law is "morally wrong", but Maria Garcia wants to "ship" kids in LA to Arizona to protest the law.
First, this is indoctrination and brain-washing. And last I checked, the LA Unified School District graduates some of the biggest idiots on the planet, so Ms. Garcia needs to address the issues within the school district, such as why do most Hispanic children not only not know the basics of English when they graduate, but why are they taught that English is really unnecessary? Answer, that Ms. Garcia???
I am sickened by Los Angeles' response to the Arizona immigration law for many reasons:
1. It is not anyone in Los Angeles' goddamn business what Arizona does.
2. Perhaps it would have been a good idea for LA to have employed the same law 30 years ago when this city knew what was coming then.
3. LA is so overcrowded, so congested, so overrun with foreigners, the city looks like nothing but a cesspool of a third-world country.
4. Before we condemn Arizona, let's worry about ourselves. We can fix this state's bankruptcy status by forcing every illegal to become legal or their ass is hauled out on the next
train. You can't be illegal in Mexico...why do those little cockroaches think they can come here illegally and be OK?
5. Instead of LA trying to punish Arizona, let's work on fixing a road system that was outdated back in 1980. The roads in this city are for shit. One minor accident on the freeway
and traffic is backed up for 20 miles for 2 hours. This is nuts. We should not allow of city officials to behave so ineffectively.
This city has lived in blissful political corrective ignorance for decades and look at the mess it is in. The city officials here should think about this passage from the Bible when condemning Arizona: "Before you point out the speck in someone else's eye, take out the log in yours." That's right. The city officials of Los Angeles should be as eager to fix the many ills of LA as it has been to point out what Arizona has done out of necessity.