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I didn’t say any cuss words last night as I watched the “Ryan Rotela” story on the Bill O’Reilly Show.

However, if someone would have written them on a sheet of paper – I would have signed it.

Following is a transcript from his show.

“Enter Ryan Rotela, a student at Florida Atlantic University just north of Fort Lauderdale. Ryan is a Mormon and was enrolled in a communications class taught by the vice chairman of the Palm Beach County Democratic Party, if you can believe it. Dr. Deandre Poole has been a Democratic activist, an activist for years. Yet, is he running that class.

And as part of the course, Dr. Poole apparently ordered his students to disrespect Jesus.


RYAN ROTELA: He said everybody write Jesus on bold letters so what I did was wrote Jesus just like this. And then afterwards he said everybody put it on the floor. So he took it out put it on the floor. And he had us all stand up once we were standing up he said stomp on it. And that’s when I picked up the paper from the floor and put it right back on the table.

Any time you stomp on something it shows that you believe that something has no value. So, if you were to stomp on the word “Jesus”, it says that the word has no value.

O’REILLY: Ryan Rotela was angry about the incident and apparently made his displeasure known to Dr. Poole and other students. He was removed from the class by Florida Atlantic University. Ryan also faces other charges which will be decided by a student conduct hearing board. Ryan Rotela has now acquired a lawyer from the Liberty Institute in Texas. So this is one big mess.”

This made me so furious, I had to get control of myself and remind myself that scripture teaches us that we should pray for these corrupt and evil people. — So I did.

But we need to do more than pray.

The social conservatives have sit by for 40 years and allowed the Progressives to take control of our schools. – That makes me almost as angry.

If we don’t get control of our school system now, then our freedoms will be gone forever.

I’ve figured out how to recover our local schools, read here, but the higher education institutions will be a greater challenge.

That should be our main objective.

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