On civil discourse, lesson one, chapter one


Chicago teachers union president on the rich: ‘Off with their heads!’

Yes, this is civil discourse at its very, very best.

As an alumnus of the Chicago public school system,  this blogger must exclaim, “you don’t say?”

Queen of Hearts, eat your heart out.   All of the roses in the garden of the queen of teachers don’t have to be painted red.  They’re already red.

Great role model for the children entrusted to their care.  Run, Alice, run.

Whole revealing kerfuffle as dissected at Hot Air: HERE

My question: does she favor axes, swords, the guillotine, or the Che paredón  method?



3 thoughts on “On civil discourse, lesson one, chapter one

  1. Sadly, this speaks for itself. This person should not be in education or anywhere near children. Thanks for all the recent columns Carlos. Much appreciated. Zelde

  2. You ask which method, ax, guns, paredon, this hogette prefers? From the size of her, she prefers shovels to spoons, and backhoes to forks.

    She’s big as a house, must make plenty good money to fill her trough.

    She’s filled with hate, not too bright, but plenty resentful.

    She considers the lack of air conditioning in chicongo schools to be ‘dangerous working conditions’. One, chicongo doesn’t get that much hot weather. Two, when it does, it’s when school is out. She knows that. Why’s this pullet think we don’t?

    Understandable she’s hot alla time, gotta lotta suet to burn off, there.

    A complete walrus.

  3. Has the executioner/murderer in the picture with the Colt 45 on his hands has ever been identified?

    Hope he is not living in Healeah.


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