Originally Posted by J Diddy
This is exactly what I'm referring to. What you see as a teacher using a child as a political pawn, I see as a lesson in activism for a child.
Seriously, did you really think in a million years that having a teacher writing a letter to the president about the rainforests was part of a political ploy?
Would you think it was just an exercise in activism or persuasive writing if the teacher had the 5th grader write a paper on why marriage should be between a man and a woman or about why the Bush tax cuts should be made permanent?
I think your post proves the point that BEP and I made.