Wisconsin GOP Candidate: Public Schools Are Basically Nazi Germany
We blame the History Channel and Glenn Beck for making the Nazis and Hitler the only actual "bad things" that have ever happened in the world historical memory of Teatard activists, and thus the only comparison tool they have for articulating things that make them unhappy. Case in point, paranoid nutter Kim Simac is a GOP state senate candidaterunning in one of Wisconsin's many recall elections who also penned a 2010 Tea Party website blog post about how sending your child to a Wisconsin public school is equal to dropping your kid off with Uncle Hitler for the day. Which makes you wonder: how do her everyday conversations sound? "The guy who washed my car did a total Eichmann on the leather seats." "The bake club meeting lasted longer than the Third Reich." And on and on with these horrible comparisons that have become the rhetorical bread and butter of the Tea Party.
TPM reported first reported the blog post, which has now been removed. They also confirmed with Simac that she had written it, although she backed down from her implied assertion that public school teachers are Nazis. Here is part of the post, from a cached version TPM found:
I am done raising my kids but if I was a young parent today I would take my kids out of the public school system today. At what point will we stop talking about the comparisons to what is occurring today and what actually happened by the regime of the Nazi's in the past? Taking God out of the schools has been objective #1 for decades now....Take the commercial that Glenn Beck showed from British Progressives that explains to little children that if they do not listen to their teachers recommendations on subjects such as carbon emissions, they could have their heads blown off. Add to that Kindergarten Sex Ed classes and I really wonder how it is American parents smile and kiss their children good bye every morning and in good conscience hand their most precious resource over to the hands of such questionable people.