Thursday, January 6, 2011

Mississippi To Require Civil Rights Classes While Beating Its Students

Mississippi's racist governor, Haley Barbour, signed a new law that civil rights be taught in every grade in Mississippi’s public schools. Yet Mississippi is one of 20 states that still allow corporal punishment at school. Over 220,000 students were beaten in U.S. public schools in the 2005-6 school year, with Mississippi accounting for 35,000 of these


  1. Makes sense to me. What corporal punishment teaches you is to not respect the people governing you, nor the principles they govern by. Sounds like the perfect way for a racist to teach civil rights.

  2. Yeh.

    It reminds me of when Clinton (Bill) was going around the country telling kids to be responsible, while he was boffing Monica, or telling kids to "use your words," while executing mentally impaired black teenager, Ricky Ray Rector, and bombing other countries.