Here is the fourth article in our Republicans on Parade series, featuring individuals who personify what the Republican Party has become. Today’s honoree is Elois Zeanah because of her Republican perspective on education and her demonstration of Republican Supply-side pseudo-Christian love.
Oh, my. So much fear in 120 seconds, delivered with that sugar-sweet "bless your heart, honey" tone pouring out of her painted mouth. Honeybunches, she wants you to be very afraid.
Social conservative commentators have leveled harsh attacks against Common Core [several wing-nuts delinked]and now are working to convince lawmakers in the forty-five states which have adopted the standards to blocks its implementation. Republican legislators in the Alabama State Senate and House have proposed bills to repeal the board of education’s decision to approve Common Core, which State Sen. Dick Brebaker warned [extremist delinked]would “give the federal government a way to drive the education agenda here in Alabama.”
During a speech [Bagger delinked] at the Wetumpka Tea Party, Elois Zeanah of the Alabama Federation of Republican Women compared the adoption of Common Core to the indoctrination of children in Nazi Germany, with President Obama teaching children and imposing an “anti-Christian, anti-capitalism, anti-America…pro-homosexuality, illegal immigration, unions, environmentalism, gun control, feminism and social justice” curriculum.
The attack on Common Core standards is one of Americans for Prosperity’s projects [Koch Brothers delinked] this year. They’re just terrified that it might cost money to educate our kids. Even though 45 governors have endorsed the need for such standards and are ready to implement them, the teabirchers have decided this is where they’re going to stake their claim for liberty and free enterprise and lower government spending. On the education of the next generation… [emphasis added]
Inserted from <Crooks and Liars>
Here’s the video:
Hate never sounded so sweet! Of course this is pure projection, because her agenda is to have taxpayers of all faiths and those who deny faith pay the bill to indoctrinate children in her faith, Republican Supply-side pseudo-Christianity, which has nothing to do with the actions or teachings of the Christ. That clearly violates the establishment clause.
For those who might question whether she is really a Republican, and not just a fanatic, that Teabaggers invited to address them, she is the 18th President of the Alabama Federation of Republican Women.