Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Baxley Touts "Preschool to Prison Pipeline Program"


At the first of a series of press conferences across the state, Baxley outlined nine priorities she would focus on as governor, such as creating a Cabinet-level office of inspector general to root out waste and make sure taxpayers get efficient services for their money.

Other priorities include: banning transfers of money between political action committees; making it a felony for an employer to continue hiring illegal immigrants; creating a database of problem students to let school officials know when one transfers to a new school; and investigating price-gouging at the gas pump.

We already have a system that alerts school administrators to students with discipline problems. It's called SCHOOL RECORDS and they transfer with the student between schools. Why does the government need a database of our kids? The schools already have that information.

This should be called the "Preschool to Prison Pipeline Program." We all know it will be used by law enforcement and government agencies somewhere down the line for nefarious reasons. I can see it being used for forcibly drugging public school children under the “New Freedom Commission on Mental Health.” Or, perhaps by police when they stop a car during a routine license check; "Let's see...says here in the "rebellious kids database" that Jr. is something of an 'outcast' at school and that is probable cause to search and harass an arrest when he stands up for his Fourth Amendment right."

When an opponent declares, "I will not come over to your side," I calmly say, "Your child belongs to us already. . . . What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community."

Adolf Hitler Source: 1933, quoted in The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, "Education in the Third Reich"

Leave my children alone.

1 comment:

Dan said...

Thanks for letting us know about this. It skipped past my radar detector.

What a joke. I wonder about the motivation behind this type of government control sometimes.