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    Preview: Chicago Teachers Union official’s sexually explicit language caught on tape

    Preview: Chicago Teachers Union official’s sexually explicit language caught on tape

    Last week at a Chicago Teachers Union protest against school closings, we saw the contrast between the frustrated parents and the Lisa-Fithian-trained Teachers Union operatives who faked being handcuffed during their prearranged arrest stunt.

    Now a preview of soon-to-be-released footage from the protest reveals another aspect of the Chicago Teachers Union ethic: a predilection for using sexually explicit language to interrupt one video journalist’s coverage of their event. Education Action Group has the preview of the footage that will be released later this week:

    Remember, they like to remind us all, “it’s for the children.” Let’s hope there weren’t any children around to hear his language.

    Update: The full footage has been released, follow this link.

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    rockwallrobert | April 2, 2013 at 9:09 am

    At 21 seconds in, is that the Rev. Jackson I see? If so, I wonder what his opinion of that language is? Maybe it was an in-the-pocket-of-unions look-alike?


     
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    docrambo | April 2, 2013 at 12:21 pm

    This is what happens when education courses are the easiest in every university, and graduate degrees in education are a joke. These people are the slackers who couldn’t cut it in any other work environment, so they became “teachers.” What an effing joke.

    Homeschool.
    Homeschool.
    Homeschool.

    If two parents can’t find the time to educate their children AND bring in enough money to pay the bills, then their children will be doomed to follow in their footsteps.


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