HolyCoast: There Must Be Something In The Water in Massachusetts

Thursday, April 05, 2012

There Must Be Something In The Water in Massachusetts

How do they end up with so many stupid people?
Parents at a Massachusetts elementary school are furious after educators first removed the word ‘God’ from the popular Lee Greenwood song, “God Bless the U.S.A.” and then pulled the song all together from an upcoming concert.

Fox 25 in Boston is reporting that children at Stall Brook Elementary School in Bellingham were told to sing, “We love the U.S.A.” instead of “God Bless the U.S.A.”

After parents started complaining, school officials removed the song from the school assembly concert. The school’s principal released a statement to Fox 25 stating they hope to ”maintain the focus on the original objective of sharing students’ knowledge of the U.S. States, and because of logistics, will not include any songs.”

“God is a big part of society and we are taking him out and society is reflecting that,” said Lucille Barry. “You’re seeing more drugs, you see more kids getting into trouble.”

Greenwood released a statement to Fox News condemning the school’s actions.

“The most important word in the whole piece of music is the word God, which is also in the title ‘God Bless The USA,” Greenwood said. “Maybe the school should have asked the parents their thoughts before changing the lyrics to the song. They could have even asked the writer of the song, which I of course, would have said you can’t change the lyrics at all or any part of the song.”
Notice how liberals are always replacing God with themselves? It's par for the course.

This is the same state where a school changed St. Patrick's Day to "O'Green Day" and St. Valentine's Day to "Caring and Kind Day". Morons.

1 comment:

Larry said...

When you deny God, everything seems to go to hell.