December 20, 2007

Nazi Utah?

Just in case there's ANY homeschooling parent left on the planet who hasn't heard about this legal case in Utah (that much resembles previous cases in Nazi Germany), I'm enclosing an updated link. Although I am very happy that the judge is now being investigated (and should be REMOVED permanently for his blatant prejudice), we still need to pray for this woman and her kids - who have been battered by the justice system. Sad world we live in when others are unwilling to tolerate differences of opinion. That is the stuff wars are made of, folks... and concentration camps. Let's not forget that it happened less than 75 years ago! The slippery slope that could lead us all back to that kind of atrocity is being intolerant of others who differ from us. Hate is not the answer. That is why people like Johansen just CAN'T be in public office. If you can't put your opinions aside and be fair to all - you shouldn't be a judge.

Hat tip to my buddy Rich. Thanks for keeping me out of the dark! I've been a little preoccupied with HSBA lately. Time for a little hiatus and some Christmas cheer. Merry Christmas to all and to all - peace on earth.


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3 comments:

Heart of Wisdom said...

Hi, I added your blog and photo to my Feevy on my right sidebar.

http://heartofwisdom.com/blog


Its a neat dynamic blog roll that posts headlines. Its updated every time a newer post is posted (and moved to the top of the list (neat huh?)

Angela said...

My heart aches for this family. Some people should not be put in positions of power.

Sheri said...

So sad isn't it? I know her through another homeschooling board. She's been so distraught. I didn't realize the judge was being invesigated.

 

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