Tuesday, May 17, 2005

The results of a survey of air-heads

Earlier this year, a survey from the same
department gained wide attention after it showed
that American high schoolers had a rather flimsy
grasp of the First Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution. Half of the young people said they
thought newspapers should not be able to publish
stories without government approval. Stories
about that survey appeared in hundreds of
newspapers and it was even mentioned on the March
13 episode of the ABC drama "Boston Legal."

I expect the concept of government as God will soon
be more or less total when these dolts graduate.

Why would you expect them to think any differently?
They've been programed about the glory of their God
by an arm of their God, the pubic edykatshunal

What will they do when the find out their God is

The article.