There must be something about the combination of Christianity, dentistry and public education.
First we have the asshat Don McLeroy of the Texas School Board of Education and now we have a retired dental hygienist from Florida trying to get elected to a school board so she can wreak even worse havoc.
Without further ado, let me introduce Judith Bruinius.
Judith Bruinius, retired dental hygienist, is running for the District 6 Pinellas School Board seat currently held by Linda Lerner.
Judith loves Jesus and Judith is going to kick some ass and take names once she gets into office.
Among the things she supports is the placing of the 10 Commandments on the walls of school classrooms and the teaching of the 10 Commandments to schoolchildren.
She goes one step further than the typical creationist and instead of pushing for equal time for creationism and evolution in the classroom (“teach the controversy”), she says we should just dispense with evolution altogether as “junk science.”
Judith is concerned about schools “pushing all the gay agenda.”
When asked by a reporter from The Gradebook for examples, Bruinius said, “I don’t know that this is happening here. I know it’s happening in some places.”
What’s her take on budget cuts and finance? Let’s see:
“My philosophy is really, if you get down to the basics and teach truth and honesty and godliness, the money will follow.”
Sounds like a plan to me. I haven’t run this by my CPA wife yet, but I’m sure God and Judith have a handle on things. Who the fuck needs accounting?
So, who or what launched Judith on her hopefully short-lived stint in political activism? Judith states the Tea Party put her up to it.
Wow. Shocking. Who’d have thunk it?
Read the entire article from The Gradebook HERE.
Read some more about Judith in her own words on her own nifty website. If you’ve got Firefox, it may not work, however as Firefox is just too liberal or gay of a browser to work with her content. Enjoy the grammatical and spelling errors!