CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Austin, TX - Don McLeroy's proposed May 2010 amendments to social studies curriculum standards for Texas public schools don't go far enough.
Nowhere did I see any mention of Pecos Bill being responsible for founding the cattle industry in Texas. Neither does it tell how coyotes adopt children, proving that there is no need to worry about unfounded fears that there will be an insufficient number of adopting parents if abortion is outlawed; furthermore, it does not highlight the important contributions to America made by the John Birch Society such as keeping Barry Goldwater out of office.
The proposal makes no mention of a proposal to show Texans' God given right to take the land from the inferior beings of Mexico by force, nor the inclusion of evidence that Santa Anna was an evil dictator who killed his own people just like Saddam Hussein did. There isn't even any mention of the Texas constitution being the inspired word of God, suitable for inclusion in the Holy Bible. Sure, it may be implied, but a good textbook needs to teach the FACTS.
Another item that should have been included in the proposed textbooks is how the American hero, John Wilkes Booth was not assassinated, but came to Granbury, TX to be protected from those darkie lovers in Yankee land. There is no mention that he was the true founder of the Tea Party nor that his offspring was responsible for preventing the false notion that Tejanos exist by assassinating Selena.
There is no mention of an addition in the proposal to show the fine contributions made by the organization the Klu Klux Klan which was founded to protect white women from being raped by evil, lustful black men who all have nothing else on their minds; moreover, there was no mention that Jesus personally told Governor Rick Perry to build a border wall and to resist health care.
Nowhere in the proposal is there mention of Tanya Tucker being a hero for her song "The South is Gonna Rise Again," nor is there mention of the hero Charlie Daniels who inspired Americans throughout the South with his hit "The South is Gonna Do It Again."
There is no mention in the proposal of how Yankees from North of the Mason-Dixon line came down and burned the homes of good, hard working slave owners who did their part to promote the true values of Capitalism. This would help dispel the myth that Liberals are a true evil force in the country. There is also no mention that President Obama failed to show his original birth certificate and is therefore not qualified to be the president of the United States of America.
Mr. McLeroy's proposals fall very short of promoting the true history by including the narratives of America that is known to all God fearing Texans to be fact, having been passed down for generations from family member to family member. Nice try, Mr. McLeroy, but no cigar.
It would be advisable for Mr. McLeroy to quit pandering to the desires of the Communist Socialist Marxist illegal alien in the White House and present a proposal that shows the true history and spirit of America. What do you expect with someone whose last name has "Leroy" in it, though?