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Archive for October 12th, 2013

Gov. Palin links to Michelle McCormick’s Dr. Seuss parody

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 12, 2013

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page on Thursday:

Sarah Palin · 3,804,148 like this
October 10 at 11:22pm ·


Take a look at this great post by Michelle McCormick at C4P. I personally think it’s great not only because it’s hilarious and true, but also because I’ve had “One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish” memorized for 24 years now. It was Track’s first baby book, which was read repeatedly! Most of all, thanks to the great folks at C4P for all the wonderful work they do!

Here is the post she linked to:

One Park, Two Parks, Yellow Park, Blue Park

*taps microphone*

Yes, *coughs* hello, I’d like to express my frustration with the Government Shutdown in the form of a poem.

Following Sen. Ted Cruz’s lead, I’ve set my poem to the tune of another Dr. Seuss classic, One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.

One park, Two parks, Yellow Park, Blue Park


Deep park, Wet park, Old park, New park


Some have many tourists, others have few, some tourists are old and some tourists are new

Photo credit: @bennyjohnson

Some are sad and some are bad. But most are very, very mad

Photo credit: @GabrielTompkins

Why are they sad, bad and mad? I don’t know. Go ask your DAD

Photo credit: @myhlee

Some throw cones and some jump fences. If they get caught they incur expenses

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Photo credit: @NoelleBruno

Barricades here, barricades there, Barrycades, Barrycades everywhere

Photo credit: @dc_reporter


They stop those who like to run. They stop those who once fought The Imperial Sun.


Oh me. How silly!

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Photo credit: @Heath_hatfield

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Gov. Palin: School assignment desensitizing kids to death panels?

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 12, 2013

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page yesterday:

Sarah Palin · 3,804,107 like this

October 10 at 9:12pm ·


Friends, please see the article linked below. Consider this school teacher’s assignment which mandates that kids undertake the task of deciding the fate of characters in an exercise that can obviously be considered a numbing lesson in “death panels.” Unbelievable.

We’ll be in NJ this Saturday to rally for Steve Lonegan for the U.S. Senate to thank his supporters for pushing back against Obamacare and to halt D.C.-inspired nonsense like this.

We should hope that influential adults could teach the next generation that it is never ethical, it is never right, for our government to take steps towards the destruction of the sanctity of innocent life. And the way to do that is for our culture to condemn and reject the insensitive callus that grows in a society by this kind of thinking. The teacher could hopefully explain how Orwellian and wrong this thinking is. And she’d go on to declare our right to LIFE, liberty, and the pursuit if happiness, upon which American exceptionalism was built. I challenge her to do so.

This is the article by Todd Starnes that she linked to:

Teacher Makes Students Decide Who Lives, Who Dies

Teacher Makes Students Decide Who Lives, Who Dies

Oct 10, 2013

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By Todd Starnes

A classroom of 14 and 15-year-old Illinois high school students was assigned the task of deciding the fate of ten fictional characters in an exercise that critics called a lesson in death panels.


The assignment was part of a sociology unit for freshmen and sophomore students at St. Joseph-Ogden High School in St. Joseph, just east of Champaign. The story was first reported by Champion News.

The lesson involves 10 people who are in desperate need of kidney dialysis.

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“Unless they receive this procedure, they will die,” the lesson states.

But there’s a problem. The local hospital only has enough machines to support six patients.

“That means four people are not going to live,” the assignment states. “You must decide from the information below which six will survive.”

According to the worksheet I received, the student opted to spare the doctor, lawyer, housewife, teacher, cop and Lutheran minister.

The others weren’t so lucky.

Among those unceremoniously dispatched to the hereafter were an ex-convict, a prostitute, college student and a disabled person.

It sure looked like a lesson on death panels to Jarratt.

“The first thing I thought was they were desensitizing kids to death panels,” he told me. “They are preparing them for it.”

Principal Brian Brooks told me that assessment is way off base.

“The assignment has nothing to do with a ‘Death Panel,’” he said.

He said the purpose of the lesson was to teach students about social values and how people in our society unfortunately create biases based off of professions, race and gender.

“The teacher’s goal is to educate students on the fact that these social value biases exist, and that hopefully students will see things from a different perspective after the activity is completed,” he said.

That’s all well and good if you were the doctor — but try telling that to the 9-year-old disabled kid.

“The teacher’s purpose in the element of the assignment you are referring to is to get students emotionally involved in order to participate in the classroom discussion,” he said.

Jarratt said he suspects there’s more to the assignment than just a lesson in bias.

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Gov. Palin: Hope to see you at the NJ rally for Steve Lonegan

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 12, 2013

Governor Palin posted the photo above and the comment below on her Facebook page yesterday.

More info on the rally in NJ this Saturday for Steve Lonegan. Hope to see you there!

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