It was inevitable that the philosophy of no grades in schools would find its way into business and government. After all, that is the purpose of indoctrination instead of education. The purpose of public schools in America is not to educate our children and prepare them for productive lives but to adjust their mindset to accept the new America, the one that the Left promised to transform. They are delivering on their promise, and what we have is a generation weaker, less educated, and most importantly, more malleable than any generation in our young history. Two leaders in our past told us the truth. A young Ben Franklin answered a question during the closing days of the Constitutional Convention. On September 18, 1787, “A lady asked Dr. Franklin, Well Doctor what have we got, a republic or a monarchy – A republic replied the Doctor, if you can keep it.” Former President Obama said On October 30, 2008, just before the presidential election, he told a crowd in Columbia, Missouri, “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” Many thought Obama was referring to a man of color becoming President, but we now know he wanted to break down America and rebuild it as a Socialist entity. The indoctrination of America that started over 100 years ago is complete. From kindergarten through college, the Left has succeeded in making the purpose of our education system the transformation of our young people who are now poised to become leaders in our country.
That is a very long preface to get to the meat of this article, but this topic is far more profound than can be covered in 600 words. The John Fetterman affair has disheartened me since his unfortunate stroke. It is sad when anyone experiences a life-threatening event, but sadder when someone recovering from a severe stroke is pushed to continue his campaign for a Senate seat. I am still naive enough to think the Senate is a body of 100 of America’s best and brightest. John Fetterman has destroyed that myth, and now Chuck Schumer is breaking the traditional dress code on the Senate floor for Senators, not for staff. Schumer has instructed the Sargeant at Arms to no longer enforce the Senate dress code of suits for men and business attire for women. To accommodate John Fetterman’s disdain for business suits and love of shorts and hoodies, he can now grace the Senate floor in his favorite sweat shorts and bulky hoodie. The rules are changed for the 1 of 100. The minority has spoken.
I do not think a person necessarily performs better in a suit than a hoodie, but the Senate is looked up to by more than Americans. The world looks at our Senate as representative of our best, and them seeing John Fetterman struggling to parse a sentence together wearing a hoodie with ketchup stains down the front is not symbolic of America we should all aspire to. John Fetterman is a non-functioning member of the Senate, and now he looks his part. He is a manipulated con man blocking his seat from a legitimate Senator for the Keystone State, and the Majority Leader just became complicit. Fortunately, changes like this are not law or cast in stone, so we can right these wrongs when the adults regain the room.
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