Indoctrination Centers: Note Found Written by 4th Grade Student “I am willing to give up some of my Constitutional Rights”

The Daily Sheeple
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April 12th, 2013

Aaron Harvey, the Father of the young boy discovered the following note in his son’s book bag:

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The boy is a 4th grader at Cedar Hill Elementary in Jacksonville, Fla. The father stated that the note was written after his sons class had a lesson about the Constitution.

The school lesson came about in January after a local lawyer was a guest speaker in the child’s classroom to aid in teaching the youngsters about the Bill of Rights.

Fourth-grade teacher Cheryl Sabb dictated the sentence to part of the class and had them copy it down, he said.

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Harvey reveals that he talked to his son about the note, who said his teacher had spoken the sentence out loud and told them to write it down. Harvey said he asked some of his son’s classmates and got a similar answer.

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Harvey reveals that he just wants to see a “proper, unbiased education” system and doesn’t want any kind of religion or politics brought into the classroom.

“I believe in our Constitution. I am a veteran, I served for six-and-a-half years proudly and I served to protect our rights,” he said. “Now whenever I have someone coming in and trying to pollute my child’s mind with biased opinions…there’s no education in that.”

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Comments by Jason Kofoed:

Now, do you see what this parent did wrong?  Why Americans at large can't figure out that "secularism" is at the root of all these problems is beyond me.  This man claims that he wants his son to be taught a "proper, unbiased education" without any kind of religion brought into the classroom.  Can he not see that pushing God out of the classrooms is what cripples these kids' abilities to grasp the concept of God-given rights?  If God doesn't grant you your rights, then who does?  Are you just born with them with no accountability to anyone? (the progressive left would most definitely say no)  I'm sure those who wish to keep "religion" out of the classrooms will argue that government grants said rights.  How can one protect rights that can be revoked by the government?  Is that what the 6 1/2 years of service in the military was all about for him?  Perhaps he is just ignorant to the whole historical process of how the Constitution was created and under Who's divine inspiration it was drafted.  I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt and believe that he just doesn't know any better because the alternative just doesn't make any sense whatsoever.  This article was a non-story because there was nothing done to resolve the issue.

What will YOU do when your kid does this sort of thing?