Posted on | February 4, 2014 | 42 Comments
Tell you what: How about me and Harvard University Professor Paul Reville go on one of those tacky tabloid TV talk shows where they DNA test children? I’ll bet $100 — no, make it $1 million — that Professor Paul Reville is not the father of any of my children, no matter what he has been telling his liberal buddies:
Paul Reville, the former secretary of education for Massachusetts, recently said “the children belong to all of us” at a panel discussion at the Center for American Progress when discussing those who oppose Common Core.
“To be sure, there’s always a small voice — and I think these voices get amplified in the midst of these arguments — of people who were never in favor of standards in the first place and never wanted to have any kind of testing or accountability and those voices get amplified,” Reville said, according to CNS News.
Reville’s language is reminiscent of MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry in April of last year, when she said, “We have to break through that private idea that kids belong to their parents . . . kids belong to whole communities.”
Leave my children out of your plans. Damned liberal weirdos abort all their babies and then think they can tell us how to raise our kids.