What does it profit Democrats in their efforts to solidify their voting base, by losing all respect, creditability, dignity and morals? When a political party’s quest for absolute power is by way of lawlessness, is that political party reflective of a democracy? When in a democracy, a minority segment of society deems constitutions, which are reflective of laws, useless, or outdated, is that society reflective of a democracy?
A democracy is a ‘government by the people; especially: rule of the majority, or a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving periodically held free elections.’
What does it profit a school district, in the name of political correctness to teach children, Texas’ constitution, which is reflective of the people’s will, is invalid, therefore, laws created by this document are also invalid. Is this reflective of education?
If any entity involving education circumvent’s the state’s constitution, establish their own will and teach that will, it’s not a democracy, but rather the laying of a foundation for a lawless society.
Eight years ago, the people of Texas spoke through their votes and determined, marriage is between a man and a woman. Same sex marriages, in no way shape, form or fashion is recognized in the state of Texas. To teach otherwise through indoctrination, or by example, is not in the best interest of the children.
School districts, Pflugerville, El Paso, Austin and Fort Worth, have a taxpayer funded mission, which is to educate the children of Texas. When these districts cease to have the best interest of the children at hand and establish an agenda that violates the state’s constitution, there should be hell to pay.
Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, brought this issue before the state’s Attorney General, Greg Abbott, who responded in an opinion, ‘local jurisdictions that offer such benefits “have created and recognized something” — domestic partnerships — “not established by Texas law. A court is likely to conclude that the domestic partnership legal status about which you inquire is ‘similar to marriage’ and therefore barred” by the state Constitution.’
Is it political correct to teach something other than constitutional law? Is it a violation of law to institute political correctness in the class room?