Monday, March 19, 2007

CBC News - Low Point of the Week ( so far )

Use the link to see this!

Heather Mallick the beacon of journalistic integrity lets her rabid political sentiment get in the way of yet another story. Taking the high minded attitude that a simple entertainment is somehow supposed to be something more then colouring it with her own prejudices. She hits rock bottom with the assertion that the Bush administration is somehow responsible for either the failure of the contestants or other participants!

Got news for you Heather dear!

The educational system in the US and Canada has been "Gutted" as you like to call it not by Conservative governments but by liberal ideologues who are more interested in social engineering than in education while protecting union jobs of teachers by removing them from responsibility and accountability

In fact it is the likes of you who are largely responsible for the dumbing down of the world.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Teachers have enormous wealth, their pension funds alone move entire markets they're so big - and that wealth gives them the clout to tailor the 'education' system to their need for more wealth.

Education can be publicly funded but privately delivered, it would save billions of dollars that could be put to better use than simply making teachers rich.

3/19/2007 11:51 p.m.  
Anonymous Fergy said...

Heather Mallik? Man you are of sterner stuff than me. Her name gives me heartburn, I can't read her stuff, it gives me indigestion.

3/20/2007 2:32 p.m.  
Blogger PGP said...

I got sucked in by the topic which was about the game show Are You "Smarter than a 5thGrader?"

She used this piece of fluff to bash conservatives...FOX ..... and Bush.
What a simple tool she is!

3/20/2007 3:53 p.m.  
Blogger vicki said...

anon @1151...right on! And they certainly get too involved in politics in the classroom!
I know some good ones and others that are highly overpaid...of course protected by the union.

3/21/2007 8:06 p.m.  
Blogger PGP said...

That's the problem ..... IN Canada the good ones don't get paid enough and the bad ones are overpaid and cannot be gotten rid of.
In the USA .... they manage to underpay them all ... but they still can't get rid of the useless.

3/22/2007 5:45 p.m.  

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