I happened to hear Herman Cain yesterday and he focused my attention on a facet of education I had never contemplated. In reviewing our current political situation, it is difficult to understand how a well-informed electorate could possibly re-elect a man who has buried the country in debt, done nothing to resolve the unemployment problem, imposed an onerous health care law, and put the economy on a self-destruct course.
That is quite a mouthful but the answer is extremely simple. The electorate is NOT well informed. The truth is, our youth are either uneducated in the basics of American history and government or they are brainwashed in institutions dedicated to teaching anti-American liberal ideals. Much of our media is slanted toward the liberal agenda. Shame on us for letting this happen!
So now the damage has been done. The next question is, what to do about it? Here comes the hard part. If you think your present problems are a pain, remember, you have just experienced the tip of the iceberg. It will get worse and we have most of four more years of it. Well, this is where Herman Cain and education come into the picture. Herman very wisely says suffering is a wonderful educator so possibly in four years we will have a well-educated electorate and sanity can return to Washington.
May God bless America.