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Three-Year-Olds Chant ‘Union Power’ After Reading New Children’s Book

everyonesfacts4usall Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 11:02 AM
"One might ask how anyone with a conscience could even think about exposing little children to this sort of political garbage, or how any parents wouldallow it." Huh? Most of what he posted does not seem political (unless we want to make the case that every thing is political). Which is funny because it should be political based on the title. L an T for example don't seem political to me, just an acknowledgement that such people exist. And I assume this is the worst the book has to offer. That said, I recommend Z is for Moose as the best alphabet book. Lynn Cheney's abecedarium was good too.
FletchforFreedom Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 1:47 PM
I can't figure out if you are either incredibly stupid or a bald-faced liar. There is not a single passage taken from the book that can even be argued is NOT political. Favorably referencing protest banners, exposing children to sexual orientation politics or presenting the armed (socialist moron) thugs of Mexico as anything but the unjustified criminals that they are - each is profoundly political.

if you really believe that L and T simply "acknowledge[] that such people exist", you need either remove your head from under that rock or find one a few tons heavier before expecting ever to be taken seriously on any topic.
everyonesfacts4usall Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 3:42 PM
I don't see sexual orientation politics, I see sexual orientation. Not the same thing.
Banner and Zapata I'll agree with you.
Someone being Transgender is not a political statement it is who they think they are.

What would be more political is what the adult does who answers questions from the child.

That you think that people who are gay or transgender are mainly doing it for political purposes is ignorant.
FletchforFreedom Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 3:57 PM
Even if it were true that being Transgender is nothing more than who they think they are (rather than the far more complicated question of whether the treatment of mental illness is appropriate rather than body-modification surgery) or even that LGB people are simply who they are (rather than the far more complicated issue of the interaction of genetics and behavior, the book's passage is this:

"Liberate your notions of limited emotions" which is a fkat out endorsement and blatantly political statement.
Gazinya Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 4:04 PM
Then why to homosexuals and all the subsets ONLY use politics and courts to validate their 'special proclivity'? Why do they scream in front of TV cameras when someone says 'I disagree'? This 'agenda' has nothing to do with being able to 'live and let live' but "I don't care what YOU believe or your superstitious belief in some mythical God. This is about validating every thing that your God calls 'SIN'."
everyonesfacts4usall Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 4:37 PM
Gazinya, they don't use courts to validate their special proclivity. That proclivity is validated in the bedroom. None of that screaming would go on if laws were updated to treat them the same as everybody else, imho.
Mike2446 Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 1:19 PM
If you are a marxist intent on creating an army of trolls to do you bidding.. it is easy to realize these people do not have a conscience. One needs only look at the Hitler Youth and the communist countries with their 're-education' camps.
This has been going on for more than a hundred years.... but now with BHO in the WH, they are coming out of the closest in droves... time to fight back and call a spade a spade.. and no I am not a racist... only a patriotic American.
everyonesfacts4usall Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 3:31 PM
Mikey, take it easy on Ms. Cheney. Not that I disagree with you, but still.

Is your three-year-old preschooler chanting ‘union power’ these days? She might, if author Innosanto Nagara has his way.

Nagara wrote A is for Activist, a book supposedly geared for the children of the “99 percent.” In other words, a new vehicle has been developed for leftists to begin indoctrinating children.

“It’s pretty awesome to hear a three-year-old saying ‘union power,’” Nagara said in a YES! magazine interview.

But union power and student activism aren’t the only goals. Consider these other letters and how they are applied in the book:

B is for banner, as in a protest banner hanging off...