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Michigan Democratic Party explains 'the purpose of a public education in a public school' — and gives away Dems' true intentions for our kids; UPDATED

We could sit here all day and try to tell you that the Democratic Party is ultimately not doing it for the children … or we could just sit back and let them tell you themselves.


So take it away, Michigan Democratic Party!

“What society needs them to know.”

It’s still pretty unusual for Dems to be so open about their intentions, so obviously we had to see for ourselves if this was real.

And obviously, it is:

Oh no, they’ve said too much.

We appreciate their honesty, at least. Finally.


Not if we have anything to say about it.



Guess the Michigan Democratic Party’s big reveal didn’t go off as well as they’d planned:

Bless ’em for trying to put the toothpaste back in the tube.

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