posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 03:32 PM
Sixth Grade Assignment: Destroy the Bill of Rights
Worksheet asks children to remove parts of the Bill of Rights
Good morning class. Today we are going to discuss a difficult subject. The subject is that of the outdated Bill of Rights which so may Americans cling
to. As many of you know the now defunct Bill of Rights stands in the way of our Government on many levels, such as, The war on terror, the Patriot
Act, NSA wiretapping and of course average persons walking the streets with loaded firearms. So your assignment today is if we lived in a perfect
world how could we finesse this ancient document into a more palatable form in which the oldtimers would not be too offended and Government could do
its job more efficiently without the roadblocks that it causes for them? If you turn to your assignment we shall begin.
Below is the assignment’s introduction in full: There has been a lot of controversy lately surrounding the War on Terror. Many feel as
though The Patriot Act is infringing upon our privacy and other individual liberties, while others feel protected by it. The government of the United
States is currently revisiting the Bill of Rights. They have determined that it is outdated and may not remain in its current form any longer. Their
aim is to ensure that our personal civil liberties and the pursuit of happiness remain guarded in the 21st century. The government has asked for input
from experts on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. You have been selected to participate on the National Revised Bill of Rights (NRBR) Task
Force. You will be working in a small team with others who may or may not share your values and opinions. You have been charged with the task of
revisiting and editing the Bill of Rights. More specifically, you will need to prioritize, prune, and add amendments and then turn your ideas into a
Revised Bill of Rights. Your team’s proposal will be submitted in its final form as a persuasive presentation to Mrs. Knight and associates. She and
her associates have been given the important charge of judging the proposals based on valid arguments demonstrated by its authors during the
So there is your assignment, have fun and remember were trying to make a better world for us all.
A student in Bryant School District in Arkansas brought home a worksheet that presented her with a scenario that referred to the Bill of
Rights as “outdated” and that as part of a special committee she would need to throw out two of the Amendments. The worksheet was handed out to
Sixth grade students in a History class. According to the girl’s mother, Lela Spears, she has not received any government or civics classes and this
was the first assignment dealing with the Constitution or Bill of Rights. The school district is participating in the embattled Common Core
I have talked about this same type of thing after my nephew brought home a study sheet which said verbatim - "The Government gives you your rights"
and now we have this to add to the list. And of course this was just proceeded by
Last month, school textbook authors inaccurately defined the Second Amendment as “the right to keep and bear arms in a state
Now that's that I can name off the top of my head and how much do you want to bet there aren't more. This is a process and a plan to steal the minds
of our youth to mislead our babies so that they never even knew how great the country they live in ever was. To make them love their nanny Government
above all else including their outdated, misguided, disconnected parents. This has got to stop or the battle will be over before it ever starts. We
have historical precedence on our side lets not fool ourselves as to what is going on here. They are our babies and no one cares for them better than
us. Its time to dig deep and start being parents. They have enough friends. What they need is a Father and a Mother to protect them from crap like
this, raise hell in your respective school districts. Everything depends on winning this battle.