Try This for a School Board Campaign Slogan

Inflation is the No. 1 issue in this year’s elections. But suddenly, at least in my home town, we’ve got lawn signs for school board candidates.

I’ve figured out that the candidates with the signs are the bad guys. Democrats were shocked, this summer, by how many of their puppets bit the dust in special school board elections all around the country. So of course they’re now going to pour money into school board elections!

Here’s the campaign slogan that I recommend for our side:

Damn the ideology! The family comes first!

No more “trans” propaganda, no more sodomite porn in the school library, no more boys in the girls’ locker rooms: what is the purpose of any of that stuff, if not to undermine the family and groom children for early and aberrant sex? What in the world are our Far Left Crazy teachers’ unions doing, if not that?

The family comes before the schools. Not the other way around! We pay for those wretched schools. We ought to own them. The fact that we don’t, and never will, should be all we need to know… before we remove our children from those classrooms. We can get by without public schooling, but we can’t get by without the family.

Better than any board of education candidate is homeschooling–out of the reach of teachers’ unions.

9 comments on “Try This for a School Board Campaign Slogan

    1. I’ll be voting for the candidates who don’t have signs.
      This little town, two miles across at its widest, has a high school, middle school, and two elementary schools–FOR OVER 80 MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR!
      No wonder our taxes are sky-high.

  1. My parents teach me and my sister at home. Homeschooling is illegal in Brazil and many, like us, do it in secret. Now homeschooling will be totally banned with the left in government.

    1. When there are several million families doing it, the government will have to back off. Years ago our government tried to ban it. They failed.

    2. May God give us that same courage to stand up for homeschooling, for things are getting worse and worse.

  2. I homeschooled my son here in the Philippines. It is legal here? I don’t know. I didn’t ask the government if I could do it. I just went ahead and did it.

    Don’t tell government officials anything. Don’t give them any information. When I pulled my three children out of a government school in the USA, I told them nothing, just that they were going to another school. The less the government knows, the better.

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