Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Censorship 101

The government and their puppets don't want you to know what's going on, people.

Check out the video post from earlier today titled "She should have been a politician".
The video was working when I posted it, as evidenced by the angry comments on my post, but Miss Lisa called my attention to the video going private when she read my posts today. I tried it and got the same thing.
Why would this video be pulled?

Joel was kind enough to send in the link so those of you that haven't seen the video would know what in the fuck we're talking about.
Here's an excerpt with the link to follow:

Debbie Squires, education official at the Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principals Association (MEMSPA), has sparked some controversy after telling the House Education Committee in a hearing for a new school choice package, that teachers know better than parents what's best for their children, MLive.com reports.
Squires elicited a shocked response from Education Committee Chair Thomas McMillin after testifying on the parent's role in school operations.
"[Educators] are the people who know best about how to serve children, that's not necessarily true of an individual resident," Squires said. "I'm not saying they don't want the best for their children, but they may not know what actually is best from an education standpoint."
McMillin responds, "Wow, parents don't know what's best for their child..."
Afterward, MLive's Dave Murray approached McMillin and got this comment:
"I'm surprised I didn't lose it when she said that," McMillin told Murray. "They think they know what's better for children than their own parents, and that's what I find upsetting."