Life in the Slow Lane

November 10, 2009

Who are the parents who would read this book to children?

Filed under: Entertainment,Literature,News — pauljlane @ 4:18 pm

Every once in a while, I get a product pitch that defies explanation, something that’s shocking in its offensiveness, uselessness and warped agenda.


Worst ... book ... EVER!

The new book “Help! Mom! Radicals Are Ruining My Country!” fits that bill and then some.

The book is by Katharine DeBrecht, author of the kids book “Help! Mom! There are liberals under my bed!” The book tells of two boys whose lemonade stand is seized by the government. The follow that up with a swingset business, but the government forces the boys to sell swingsets to kids who can’t afford them.

I hate the idea of political parties and people who ardently defend either side, but garbage such as this makes me think I’d lean left if I had to. Why would any parent want to poison their children with this drivel? This country’s imperfections are in part due to the divisiveness that political parties create, and teaching your kids to hate someone else simply because they see the world a bit differently seems almost criminal.

I’m all for someone believing whatever they believe. But don’t let your party define who you are. Think for yourself. You can agree with the guys on the other side of the aisle every now and again. You won’t melt. I promise.

Any parent who actually thinks that this book is quality material for their children is doing irreparable damage to their kids and is ruining them.


1 Comment »

  1. Ignorance breeds ignorance. This surprises you?

    In other news – children of racists are more likely to be racist, children of drug users are more likely to be drug users, and children of filthy conservatives are more likely to be filthy conservatives.

    We wouldn’t want our children thinking health care is for everyone or that homosexuals should be able to get married. That would only make us a “First World Country”, who wants that?

    Comment by Bill — November 10, 2009 @ 10:35 pm | Reply

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