Our education system has reached the depths of which many of us never thought was possible. However, what did we expect we let the courts kicked God out of the classroom, the teachers to unionize and then the federal government to take them over? Now it seems we are confronted with story after story about the way our public schools system is teaching our children about sex education at an earlier and earlier age. Earlier this year in Oakland a teacher was investigated for allowing two of his second-grade students to engage in oral sex while some other children were seen running around without their clothes on. I never did hear about the results from the investigation, but I am sure the union made sure the whole affair was covered up and forgotten about. Although I do wonder if the teacher was telling his students that oral sex is not sex, thank you Bill Clinton.
The American people expect our schools to protect our children from such things, not open up eyes to the different ways sex can be enjoyed, or that heather has two mommies. Things have gotten so out of whack that now we learn about an adult porn star reading to 1st graders in a Compton elementary school. As much as the school itself tried to deny it was happening, you can see from the photos below above and the series of photos below that Sasha Grey was in the classroom and she was reading to the children.
At the center of the allegations against Herman Cain is current Obama administration employee, who was also the spokeswoman for Janet Reno during the Elian Gonzales fiasco during the Clinton Presidency. For those unfamiliar with Elian Gonzalez, he was a young boy who survived an ill-fated trip to America in November 1999. Twelve Cubans set out for Cuba in an unstable boat, but only Elian and one other person would make it to America alive. Elizabeth Gonzales was attempting to do something that has been done more than a thousand times since Castro's revolution that brought communism to the tiny island. Elian's mother gave her life so that her son could be raised in freedom, but it was never to be.
After floating in the ocean on a tube for days, Elian and one other survivor was eventually rescued by two fishermen who turned him over to the U.S. Coast Guard. There is a law that states that if a Cuban refugee makes it to American soil, they must be allowed to stay. At first the U.S. authorities gave Elian over to his paternal great uncle, but his father in Cuba claimed not to have known he was taken taken from Cuba and demanded his return. Since young Elian never made it to land, the stage was set for a tragic ending where no one would win, especially young Elian.