Thursday, June 2, 2011

Out of the mouths of babes...

I tend to not delve into partisan politics here, on this blog. The reason being, I see most politicians as pretty much the same.
However, every now and then, I see something so funny, I just have to share it.

The following video is one such item:





Honestly, you can't make up shit like this !
How about the way the superintendent passes the buck? I wonder how much he gets paid to act stupid.



14 comments:

mac said...

I can't seem to embed just the Bush/Cheny video. Forgive my ignorance as well.

It's the first vdeo in the series. I hope it's not too big a pain in the neck for you folks :-)

Christiejolu said...

LOL! I found the list funny...JK

ExtraO said...

That's not so bad... probably the kids made the list without thinking...

Pliny-the-in-Between said...

Well, at least the kids have some knowledge of history and current events, so that's a good sign eh?

pboyfloyd said...

You want the truth? You can't handle the truth!"

Big Mark 243 said...

I don't know ... it is quite subversive and hopeful that the young in America isn't completely narcotized by the internet!

alana said...

I loved this! And how awesome is their yearbook teacher?

KrippledWarrior said...

How did Charlie Manson get on there, And Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong and Pol Pot and Che Guevara manage to escape infamy? Sounds like a leftist, commie conspiracy to me.
What are they teaching in history classes these days? Apparently nothing...

carma said...

I like how he feigns surprise that the tape could be removed :D because the publisher told him that wouldn't happen - LOLOL

Harry C Pharisee said...

"Superintendent Randall calls the list an oversight."

Ah hahahahahahahahahaha... ha.

That was fuckin funny.

If it really was the kids. Bravo.

If it was some repressed middle school teachers... I agree but grow a pair.

Ginx said...

I'm offended that Charles Manson is on the list.

Blonde Nonbeliever said...

Hysterical. If the kids did actually do that, then I have hope for the future.

GearHedEd said...

where you be, mac?

rita said...

From the perspective of someone in the newspaper business I know how impossible it is take something back once it's in hard copy.
My boss likes to remind us you never make one mistake in the print business, it's 300 or 5,000 or however many copies you print up.
A famous newspaper paper editor coined a great quote we always say when we turn the lights out on press night, "It's all over but the crying."
On another note...it's too bad for the kids in that school, just another lesson in being PC.