Donald Trump will end Common Core

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15 responses to “Donald Trump will end Common Core

  1. john kowalko

    Donald Trump will end all public education. He’s a spiteful, hateful, fascist bigot who wouldn’t know a textbook from a text message. Why do any of you prolong his fifteen minutes of shame/fame.
    Rep. John Kowalko

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    • Publius e decere

      ” I know a lot of Kowalko people, they love me, some of them are even decent. They stay in my hotels, they don’t play on my gold courses because they can’t hit straight, but I get along great with them. They are terrific. I mean, I wish, well, I mean, John Kowalko needs a decent barber and maybe a soapy mouthwash, but whatever. We get along great and he loves me. He absolutely loves me. When I’m elected, I’m going to make sure that he can scold people as much as he wants and that he can swear and cuss and insult all day because he represent the People, people, he’s terrific. He is a Wall of Terrific folks. In fact I’m going to send him a case of Trump Steaks right now because he’s one guy who always makes us say “where’s the beef?”. He’s terrific. Well, he’s going to be terrific. Someday. After he pays for that Wall of Beef — which just got ten feet taller. That’s right, W-a-l-l o-f B-e-e-f. You heard it right here people.”

      Let’s make Kowalko Kracked again.

      — The Donald

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    • Publius e decere

      Very funny “review” — in fact, it is a TERRIFIC review.

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    • Publius e decere

      This one might even make “Fingers” Ohlandt wish for Common Core:

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    • lastDEconservative

      “He’s a spiteful, hateful, fascist bigot … ” Now let’s see, boys and girls, who do we know that REALLY fits this description? Need a clue? Okay! He’s from the political ideology that noisily accuses the innocent of atrocities they regularly, with intent, and with malice, commit.

      If Kwacko and his ilk are the creators of public schooling (not education) as we know it, we can only hope that TRUMP or maybe even the Canadiuban or the son of a mailman would end it.

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    • Hyuk hyuk! You are so witty Publius! This coming from the guy who “trumps” himself up by using the name of a Roman senator…

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    • Publius e decere

      Fingers,

      Weak video, looks like something from an Eighties head shop. You sure you have the strength, clarity, rigor and sensibility needed for the Kapital job? Put down your Wikipedia Cliff Notes … “Publius” is quintessential American tradition.

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    • Thanks Publius. I was aiming more for the theme of the song and not the video, as Lord of the Flies as it is. I believe I have the “rigor” and “grit” for the Capital job! Didn’t there used to be some guy, years ago, way before your time, who used to post anonymously as Publius on much bigger blogs? He was anonymous for years until someone outed him. One of his big political enemies. I always assumed that’s where you got your handle from.

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    • Publius e decere

      Ohl Fingers,

      Of course you (tried to) shift the semantics to “grit”, ever the spin doctor. Try vinegar, it suits you. Or, try rigor.. Really, try.

      Your unsuitability for a seat in Das Kapital is evident. At the first sign of public oppostion to your opinions, you go for the personal attack and the personal threat. Done like Drumpf. Not only does this not win hearts and minds, it doesn’t even instruct the students (remember them?) on proper conduct in discourse and debate.

      Maybe you and your buddy the RJKofDE could start with a simple commitment: avoid tripping the wire on Godwin’s Law. The two of you reach into that intellectually-weak quiver like a Pavolvian pup.

      Publius

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  2. Thus why I am voting for him if Bernie can’t get the Dem nomination. He nailed it, our education system is garbage and while Obama may have done other good things like a somewhat better health system, end of Iraq and the Afghan wars….he like every buffoon he hired or others didn’t really solve the problems with education.

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    • lastDEconservative

      Thanks for the chuckles, SDS. I guess you live pretty far out on the prairie to believe that more socialism will fix the socialistic school system Bernie’s predecessors have so carefully cultivated for 100 years. And to believe the health system is better under Ofascia. And that Iraq and Afghanistan (let’s not forget Libya, Syria, lots of Africa, Russia and environs) have deteriorated even further under his limp hand. Here’s a clue for you … all of Ofascia’s outcomes are just what he intended — more chaos, more destruction … he nor his hirelings “solved” problems with govt schooling (not education) as we would define such a thing, because that was never the intent.

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  3. Yeah, I had to chuckle at the “end of Iraq and Afghanistan wars” comment. Well, and at the better health system comment too. And to bring both of those topics together, look no further than the VA for the government’s ability to manage health care – and the VA serves a very small segment of our population.

    Let’s face it, we live in a Jerry Springer world. We no longer support candidates. We hate candidates less than other candidates. If you’ve ever watched a Jerry Springer episode (and it takes only one), you’ll see the connection between the show and our political world. We don’t like any of the characters on the show. In fact, we hate them. We despise everything about them. Eventually, you realize you hate one of them less than the other, and you root for that one.

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    • lastDEconservative

      “… and the VA serves a very small segment of our population.”

      And by serves, you mean demeans, dis-serves, diminishes …

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    • “Let’s face it, we live in a Jerry Springer world.”

      All the more reason we need voter qualification tests. Voters should be more informed and more knowledgeable than the average Jerry Springer viewer. When voter qualification tests happen (never will), maybe we’ll start to get pragmatic governance, until then, if it bleeds it leads and the citizenry that votes for more free stuff will continue to overwhelm those who are providing the “free stuff”. Free healthcare, free phones, no income tax, free food, free childcare. It’s free for “some” people. Keep voting for candidates who promise “free stuff” and demand “compassionate decisions” rather than factual fiscal realities. When 20% of taxpayers are paying 70% of the income taxes there’s a major problem.

      The Jerry Springer society has been fostered by our educational system (enabled by conflicted politicians) not demanding the general public actually learn something. Lower grading scales. Establish “minimum” scores regardless of the lack of effort. Don’t mandate homework. Don’t require discipline and accountability. Don’t demand factual information, allow “feelings” to govern decisions. List goes on and on and the by products (students) are now out amongst us with no capability, no rationality and no solutions other than to demand those who are already paying, pay more. Occupy Wall steet, MoveOn, etc.

      Trump and the BS’ing, insulting, narcissistic politicians we currently have are the ones “playing” the low information voters all the way to office. Qualify voters with requirements of actual knowledge and maybe we’ll start to get qualified candidates. Demand Personality profile tests of candidates and maybe we’ll vet out politicians with personality disorders.

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    • lastDEconservative

      ” … we need voter qualification tests.”

      Created and administered by … wait for it … government? But of course. Happy April 1st to you, too, M!

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