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The video that MAPSA (Michigan Association of Public School Academies) put up on Youtube. The video demonstrating what the left truly believes when it comes to parenting. The video showing Debbie Squires testifying for the Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principles Association, and explaining that parents might "want the best, but don't know whats best for their children." (only modestly paraphrased)
If ever the Genie was out of the bottle, a bell was rung, that which cannot be undone was done.
It went viral. On the morning it was released, RightMichigan.com readers were the first (other than those in the house education hearing February 1st) to see how openly the left is willing to disregard the ability of parents to make choices. At least those with regard to the education of their children according to Debbie Squires who represents the MEMSPA organization. In the afternoon, the national blogs, news sources and pundits picked up the story, and only a couple of days ago, Rush Limbaugh played it on air.
The video was getting 1000's of hits daily.
Then the screens went black. (Below the fold)
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