Education Immigration

Common Core Killer

Are children better off living under a drug war than learning Common Core?

After a brief discussion about the cost of educating immigrant children, Fox News host Lisa Kennedy Montgomery posed the question.

Montgomery: “It makes you wonder what’s worse: drug war in Honduras or Common Core?”

Get it? I hope someone does because I sure as shit don’t. Apparently this is suppose to be funny but there’s nothing funny about it unless the goal was to highlight their own absurdity

These are mostly small children we’re talking about, but the biggest question — the moral dilemma — on the minds of Fox News hosts is the cost of deporting them versus the cost of letting them attend public school.

It’s a real conundrum if you’re a disgusting puke of a person, and if there was a way to just get rid of the children at no cost to the well-off hosts of Outnumbered, I imagine they would support it.

Is converting them into Soylent Green an option?

  • ranger11

    I never liked her on MTV anyway. Least favorite veejay.

  • Hemidemisemiquaver

    I’d have to go with Common Core. After all, it is designed to teach the young ones to be loyal foot soldiers in Obama’s army. WW III will be started by hordes of Ebola-infected ten-year-olds. They won’t need weapons, they’ll just breathe on you.

    • Christopher Foxx

      After all, it is designed to teach the young ones to be loyal foot soldiers in Obama’s army.

      I get the snark. But the truth is that Common Core would help create kids who grow up to be voters with critical thinking skills and an understanding of history. And that truly terrifies Republicans more than any imagined Obama-army.

      • Hemidemisemiquaver

        Amen to that. I retired before Common Core came on-line, but my wife loves it.

  • muselet

    I feel stupider for having watched that clip.


  • aynwrong

    Like I said last night about some Fox News twit tweeting about how Obama was unable to stop Ebola, the only way it would be surprising if someone on the right DIDN’T say it.