We warned New Hampshire about Democrat candidate Jeanne Dietsch, (Sen. Dist 9), but not enough Republicans turned out to keep her from winning in the 2018 Blue Wave election. An error they should be sure to correct come November. Why?
Senator Dietsch is a tax-and-spend-Democrat. A true blue left-winger and an elitist white-tower snob. So much so that she saw nothing wrong with claiming that the problem with parental choice in education is that not every parent is smart enough to know what to choose.
“This idea of parental choice, that’s great if the parent is well-educated. There are some families that’s perfect for. But to make it available to everyone? No. I think you’re asking for a huge amount of trouble,” Dietsch said.
… “If the dad’s a carpenter, and you want to become a carpenter, then yes — listen to your dad.”
But not for any other sort of education. Leave that to Jeanne and those clever Democrats and the public school monopoly.
Twitter found out and came back with this.
An actual carpenter on the committee went to the defense of carpenters and everyone else. Even another Democrat, sensing the hole Dietsch had dug, tried to pull her out, but she dug it deeper. And at least she is being honest. She truly believes what she says. And while it is insulting to a majority of parents, that’s hardly the worst of it.
Jeanne Dietsch is so smart she chooses to trap kids in failing public schools. That’s not smart but she knows that the Teachers Unions will support Democrats like herself. And in exchange, they will insist your kids continue to attend over-priced government schools that grind out increasingly less educated students on the backs of their “inadequately educated” parents. All to pay too much for too little so that more of that can end up in the campaign coffers of Democrats like Jeanne Dietsch.
Jeanne is also so smart she thinks that we won’t even understand, ala Democrat Maize Hirono (HI), who said, “Democrats know so much, that is true. And we have to kind of tell everybody how smart we are…” Or, Rep. Ilhan Omar, who talked about how Democrats are debating “a lot of things that most people can’t understand.”
And yet, they all think public schools are working. Or, more likely, they know they are failing at educating but succeeding at indoctrinating, and believe that we will think that means they are working.
Working for the Democrat agenda but not students, parents, or learning.
Democrats also believe socialism will deliver a utopian paradise (lead by them, of course). But socialism is one of the dumbest, most destructive ideas in human history.
That’s not how they teach it in the public schools, which is another reason Jeanne Dietsch wants your kids there and not somewhere else, where they might learn something different.
Let’s hope voters in NH State Senate District 9 learn this before November.