The school board voted unanimously on Tuesday to “express outrage” and “condemnation” of the law. I wonder why they don't express outrage and condemnation of those who continue to invade our nation? Probably because it doesn't fit their open boarders, progressive agenda....but that's just my guess.
In a press release they go on to say they want the Arizona law discussed in civics and history classes in the context of "American values of unity, diversity and equal protection for all people.”
America must stand for tolerance, inclusiveness and equality,” said Board President Monica García, according to the release. “In our civics classes and in our hallways, we must give life to these values by teaching our students to value themselves; to respect others; and to demand fairness and justice for all who live within our borders. Any law which violates civil rights is un-American.Unfortunately it seems that "justice for all that live within our borders" doesn't include the American people who are here legally. There is no fairness or justice in letting illegal invaders to continue to cross our borders at will, with no accountability. There is no fairness in allowing criminals from other countries to come here and commit heinous crimes against Americans, then extend our rights and legal system to them. There is no justice when the first thing you do in coming here is violate our laws.
The agenda of this school board is clearly indoctrination of our children, making them believe in the "global society". They are taking this Arizona law and the controversy surrounding it as an opportunity to once again push the myth that if you aren't letting everyone in-unfettered access-then you are clearly a racist.
"We need to do everything in our power to help our students be global citizens, develop appreciation for the diversity in our midst, and reject any forms of racism or bias," said Board Vice President Yolie Flores. "This resolution highlights our commitment to ensuring that our students understand the ideals and constitutional rights that this great country is founded on, while also gaining an appreciation of the histories and cultural contributions of those who have helped build this nation."I completely, fully and absolutely disagree that no matter who you are and what your status in America is you deserve equal protection under the law. This is simply not true. American citizens have American rights. Anyone here illegally has the right to go back to their home country willingly or be arrested, jailed and sent back forcefully. Other than that, you have no rights in this country. If you want to be an American, great! Be one. Go through the system that has been established and become an American citizen.
“It is a sad day in America when the rights guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution are trampled upon under the color of law and authority,” said LAUSD Board Member Martinez. “Everyone, regardless of their status in the United States, has the right to equal protection under our laws. These Arizona laws are nothing but a knee-jerk backlash resulting from the lack of a comprehensive and well thought out immigration reform policy.”
School boards like this have to be stopped. They are teaching our children that boarders don't matter, that laws don't matter and that American citizens don't matter. It is a disgrace that in any city in America children are being taught that being an American means nothing, but we should be inclusive and accepting of all others.
This school board is using a perfectly legal and right law made under the rights of a State as afforded to it by the 10th Amendment to make every legal American who wants a safe, secure border and for people to immigrate here legally, look like racists. That's just wrong.