After the Presidential election, Kentucky teacher writes on chalkboard, “You can’t be a Democrat & go to Heaven.”

November 25, 2012

Just after the recent Presidential election, a high school teacher in London, Kentucky, took it upon herself to write a politically charged partisan message across her blackboard — apparently straight from the GOP Bible — which read, “You can’t be a Democrat & go to Heaven.” Think about that for a moment. Imagine if a teacher wrote that only Democrats go to heaven. Imagine if you will, the uproar, “They’re indoctrinating our children!”

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A student took a photograph of the partisan statement, then promptly turned it in to the Laurel County Board of Education and the Sentinel-Echo, the latter of which published the story.

The accused teacher, Kendra Baker, violated district policy. According to Superintendent Doug Bennett, a student first uttered the statement as part of class discussion at South Laurel High School. The teacher, Kendra Baker, then wrote it on the white board.

Benett said, “She wrote it on her own, and she wanted to write it on the board.  She realized it was inappropriate.”

The juicy part (aka: crazy):

Baker is in her 17th year in teaching high school, and this is her ninth year teaching at South.  Her courses include psychology, civics, world history, U.S. history, economics, and sociology.  Since the incident, Baker’s statement has spread discord among students and parents via social media.

So, Ms. Republican has been teaching psychology, world history (and we have to wonder how much of it she revises), economics, and she’s still employed at the school after fucking with the kids’ heads, in a psychological way.

But it’s cool, because Ms. Republican was reprimanded. By reprimanded, they mean she apologized to the students. Huh. I’m curious as to how many parents have requested a different, less partisan teacher, so their children can actually be in class to learn — from actual books.

Some people are not taking the results of the election very well. It’s almost as if they’re taking it personally that their candidates got their asses whooped. Ah, sweet Schadenfreude.

Image: Michael in Norfolk. 

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  • Paul Zink

    “Forget it Jake; it’s Kentucky.”

  • Anita Daniels

    Oh sweet Jesus.

  • Steve Omand

    I have heard the republicans attribute the Obama win partially to hurricane Sandy. Let’s see, a storm is an “act of God”. So does this mean that God is a Democrat? :)

  • Bigdog327

    You can’t go to Heaven, if you don’t believe there is one! I know where I’m going! It’s not Heaven, or Hell, or that other place in the middle! What a stupid thing to say, especially to kids how mucked up is that?

  • Lisa Bellos

    Um…It says in the article she wrote a comment a student said. I think this is much ado about nothing. Aren’t students allowed to discuss controversial things? Unless theres more to this this doesn’t mean crap.

  • Nick Knightsoftheround Miller

    I’m also told that you can’t get to heaven in roller-skates. Allegedly, you’ll roll right past the pearly gates.

  • David Starkey

    Jesus accepted EVERYONE & never rejected ANYONE! He didn’t like the hypocrisy of organized religion of his day, gave the most to those who had the least & DIDN’T CHARGE FOR HEALTH CARE.
    NOW which party do you think he’d vote for?

  • Jason Kenney

    This is news? The far right is trying to tell the rest of us how to live our lives? Seriously? This is comical!

  • awaiken

    It’s way easier to debate that Jesus was a liberal than a conservative. So absurd. Away with all this fucking religion. It gets in the way of so much progress.

  • Jameson B Godlove

    I live within an hours drive from there. Here in Kentucky it is so backwaters and ignorant that I am sadly not surprised to read this.

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