Constitution Teacher Goes Ballistic on Ministry Group

A woman who described herself as a teacher of the U.S. Constitution has gone ballistic over a ministry effort at a gasoline station in Florida to drum up support for its campaign to teach the ethics, morality and responsibility of the Bible in public schools.

It happened with several folks who work with the You Can Run But You Cannot Hide ministry, which is a nonprofit run by rock star Bradlee Dean to reach out to America’s next generation “through principles of morality, true freedom, and personal responsibility.”

The organization explains its mission is to “equip our next generation with the Christian values that made America great through a unique avenue of music and educational event forums in colleges, schools, churches, festivals, and arenas.”

The goal is to present that message in schools.

Jake MacAulay, a spokesman for the ministry, told WND it happened at a station in Davie, Fla., just a few days ago.

The woman verbally and physically attacked ministry workers Elizabeth Ilse and Chase Schomberg.

“Ilse was standing behind one of her ministry’s tables while distributing Christian literature to those visiting the gas station. She simply said, ‘Hello,’ to the woman, but after approaching and reading the sign on the ministry’s table that said, ‘Support Christianity in Public Schools, The Constitution, and Honoring Soldiers,’ the woman viciously attacked the cause by screaming ‘shame on you for wanting Christianity in schools,’ calling Miss Ilse a ‘bigot,’ and [she] stated that ‘Christians are the problem.’”

The video reveals the rest: how the woman said, “You can put me on YouTube because I am absolutely for our Constitution.” That, she claimed, includes separation of church and state.

However, when asked where that was referenced, she changed her mind about the video, apparently trying to grab the recorder, or slap at it.

She threatens to call police, and then does, as she goes into the store.

Coming out, she has a new verse: telling the ministry workers to get away from her car, even though there is another vehicle between them and her.

“Get away from my car,” she yells. “I’ll tell police you are not just harassing, but are assaulting me.”

Then she blasts the cameraman with her bag.

She speeds off, but returns a short time later to talk with police.

She doesn’t approach the ministry table again, but the ministry workers do report that police ask them if they wanted to press charges against her.

They hadn’t decided immediately.

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  • DL Hancock

    Just another nutjob leftwinger that you should just ignore.

    • Hoodoo H

      She may have been required to teach the Constitution by the school.
      However, that does not mean she lives by it…and certainly we see that she does not believe in its GOD Given Rights.

    • dsinchrg

      I disagree 100% these are the very nut jobs that need to be put in there place.
      No more tolerance, shut the door on these libtards. Shut them down with the facts and refuse to tolerate the aggressive behavior.

    • Bill Rogers

      It is one thing to ignore a nutjob (of whatever persuasion) while allowing them to exercise their own rights including freedom of expression; it is another thing entirely to ignore a criminal assault.

  • Olin Duke

    There’s where the problem is! This womAn is like the one years ago that just one idiot causes a ruckus in the teachings of Jesus n the government will try and take this idiots side and not look at the biblical facts of Jesus Christ! What part of idiot u don’t understand!?

  • raygun

    A ‘teacher’ (more than likely a liberal) but not a scholar of the Constitution. She needs to debate Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).

    • Work2SnowSki

      Or Mark Levin, that man Knows the Constitution!

  • gunnerv1

    The “New Left” (Nut Case) I remember reading the Bible in public (elementary) school in the late 50’s

    • Myke

      When I was in second grade, we recited the Lord’s Prayer along with the Pledge of Allegiance…

      • granny

        That is referred to here in the USA as “The Good Ole” Days”.

  • Lidia Smith

    Now who believes that she teaches and knows the Constitution…No one. This is a disgruntle liberal who has no sense on the principles this great nation was founded on. And most likely she hates Christians. Hate to be in her shoes on judgment day with that attitude!

    • Hoodoo H

      Amen to that.

    • dsinchrg

      Great post Lidia

    • George Staigle

      At 1:16 she even says, “I have a real problem with Christians.”

      • colleenf

        She is a loon.

        • bejocy

          Sadly, she is also a ‘teacher’.

    • Dmc3217

      contrary to what christians like to claim..this nation was never founded on christian morals or principals

      • maxineusa

        Re-Read the declaration of independence and the bill of rights. It plainly states in there that this country is established due to the blessings of our Creator (GOD). Lord save us from libtards such as Dmc3217 who doesn’t have a clue.

      • FactsRule
      • Lidia Smith

        I see you fell between the cracks in the education of our history and have no clue what the constitution says. Ignorance is running ramped in this country.

    • Good and Godless

      Artificially justifing the legitimacy of any religion by tolerance is clearly a flaw. It is unfair this avenue for social treason was not clearly and fully excluded when the 1st Amendment was drafted. It is time to correct that flaw left by our founding fathers and end constraints imposed by myth and superstition.Change the constitution remove any rights of religion, as it is demonstrated time and time again that churches cannot be trusted with good policy and respect of rule of law.The burden on society is alarming.TAX THE CHURCH! Soon after the IRS, FDA and Consumer Protection will reign reason down upon the church and those that cannot hold up to scrutiny (all of them) will have to shut down.

      There is no dilemma – there is no god. Right and wrong are (and always have been derived).

      Without the pope’s abuse of authority to derail the true discoverers of America their own national course there would not have been such a mishmash of false morality and outright brutality.

      The greatest minds of the future will hold not such handicap of a belief in god.

      We will get it.

  • Just Dave

    This woman is a perfect case of better to be thought a fool, than to open one’s mouth and remove all doubt.

    • dsinchrg

      Love that old saying

  • Work2SnowSki

    She was nuttier than a squirrel turd.

    • BIGron

      I will be using that line the next time I get into a confrontation with a libetard. Thanks!

      • Work2SnowSki

        Ha! 🙂

    • GiantsPrincess

      She is 5 gallons of crazy with only a 2 gallon bucket.

      • Ernest L. Abel

        squeezed into a 1 gallon Lycra bag!

  • Phil Bronner

    She’s a moron…and knows nothing of the Constitution…..and less about the 1st amendment…

  • What is bad is that this woman is claiming to be a school teacher and if that is true, then she is spreading ms-information to her students. Nowhere in the Constitution does it call for a “Separation of Church and state.” Actually that phrase was taken out of context when the founder of the first Baptist church in America, Roger Williams—who had written in 1644 of “[A] hedge or wall of separation between the garden of the church and the wilderness of the world”— Jefferson wrote, “I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,’ thus building a wall of separation between Church & State.” Thomas Jefferson was very concerned about the federal government ever having the power to control the church. But he along with the rest of our founding fathers wanted very much for the bible and the Christian Church to have an influence on the government.

    • Ernest L. Abel

      Actually for the current crop of idiots who claim Democrat/Liberal views the foundation of their point came from Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black, from back in 30’s I believe. Head of SCOTUS and southern KKK Democrat bigot. His writings formed what ,in his mind, proved “separation of church and state”.

      biggest issue is that while Congress cannot set a state (US) religion, the PEOPLE who make up the government of the peopl, by the people and for the people CAN be religious, either to God (of Abraham, Issac and Jacob/Jesus Christ) or the god of Atheism,,,, or even other tenets of some religious order. Also I will note that after having studied martial arts, the majority of the middle eastern (asian) religions are more philosophical that religious, and the key figures in those have been raised to deity. When Buddhism was taught as part of my training, my Korean master WAS/IS a Christian and he made these points and WHY he believed them over blindly following.
      But I do agree so many of these so called “teachers” are scary stupid for educated people.

    • David

      Yes They Did… God Bless Them !!!

  • Kathy Fugitt Price Skaggs

    This is a sad commentary on todays teachers. They do not know or care to know what the constitution teaches she just wants to hate christians. But it is just like liberals to attack others and then blame the attack in them. There is a reason that they say liberalism is a mental illness.

    • GQ4U

      I wouldn’t let her in a classroom with my kids.

    • Rev.Wayne

      She does not shed light on anyone except herself and Satan. We all know that teacher are not like that. Only a few in a large crowd. We must share love with her and cast out her demons in Jesus precious name! God loves the sinner!

      • GQ4U

        God loves the world, he hates sin, and His desire is that none should perish… no not one.

        • granny

          Please tell the muslims & illegals that. As it stands now…..there are 12 of we legals that die every day because of them here in the USA..

  • GQ4U

    “…police ask them if they wanted to press charges against her.”

    They certainly should press charges against this Christ-phobic illiterate imbecile.

    There are no Constitutional provisions for “Separation” of church and state, only prohibiting the government from establishing a religion. This woman did exactly what the state does when they prohibit someone else’s right to religious freedom.

    “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or…” (1st amendment)

    It is less than coincidental that the first line of the U.S. Constitution begins with this right and its protections.

    • rivahmitch

      Uhm, the Constitution begins with “We the People”. However, it could not be ratified until the “Bill of Rights” (the first 10 Amendments) had been added of which the 1st (which you cite) was 1st both in order and in importance.

      • GQ4U

        You are correct that the Preamble comes first and introduces the tone and basic intent of the document to follow. I should have said that the first law or rule written to restrain government was the 1st. amendment.

        Thank you for your accuracy and genteel correction.

    • Rattlerjake

      If they don’t file charges, then they are no better than this POS lying government socialist. It’s time that we STOP TURNING THE OTHER CHEEK!

  • Work2SnowSki

    That breast tattoo looks great on a chunky old woman. Poor kids.

    • bejocy

      Some of those ‘tats’ are getting pretty ‘scarey’ as the ‘canvas’ gets older.

  • GQ4U

    This is what happens when people are told what the Constitution says and they blindly accept rhetoric as fact. I can’t imagine the mess her students are in.

    • ADRoberts

      She looks like a [email protected] She dresses in absolutely too tight a clothes even for a young person, which she is not. She does not know the constitution. And I wish that they had filed charges against her for assault. I know that we are supposed to turn the other cheek, but in this case, the only way ANYONE is going to reach her is to “OPPOSE THE DEVIL, and he will flee from you”.
      She does have her Saul Alinsky down right. She could not argue her case so she attacked the people.

      • dsinchrg

        Press charges

      • longhornblondie

        Tihs video is punishment enough. . as she’ll never outlive it around people who have intellect and logic.

      • Adam

        You offer the other cheek for a slight, not an assault. Read Luke 22:36-39. God never expected us to take a sword in the belly for the sake of peace. We are allowed to defend ourselves and our loved ones.

        • Rev.Wayne

          Yes! Praise God for that word Adam!

          • David

            If all Christians were martyrs then who would have been left to Share the Good News of Christ !!!

            And For those who “know” the Constitution it says “Freedom of Religion” NOT Freedom “FROM” religion ! Maybe the Founders should have designated Christianity As the State Religion !
            One Nation Under God !!!

      • Rev.Wayne

        Do not bring yourself to the demons level. He has control of her now, but may be saved! Love her.

        • GQ4U

          She may be saved as by fire. Some of us must get burned to learn. Her salvation will please my Lord immensely.

        • dmbunce

          We are known by our fruit. Her’s is a little granny smith.

      • colleenf

        Silly goose! About the too tight clothes………she is obviously still a growing girl and hasn’t been able to keep up with her increasing “growth”!

  • bless2live

    Just another sweet potatoe that got screwed by the regime!

  • bless2live

    One would have to admit that some of the teachers are wine -o’s!

  • John Hand

    Hey, she clearly assaulted the photographer on the tape. Why didn’t you file charges? And you guys accept her saying she is a teacher. Any proof? I doubt it.

    • bejocy

      Even worse than some ‘teachers’ are the ‘councelors’. When crossed, they act like a cat with mange in a cage.

  • foxxybey

    This women not a teacher of any type needs to learn the Constitution and needs to study it before taking away from others 1st amendment rights, sounds more like a Nazi with her own interpretation of the Constitution that only applies to her rights and not those of others. This is what is wrong with so called teachers and their left wing idea’s. America will go under with more like her.

  • Son_of_Taz

    Just proving once again that facts are never necessary when you’re a leftist. Facts, it seems, are ‘an inconvenient truth.’

    • Derpington_The_Third

      So the best explanation is “faith”, right? AHAHA

  • HongryHawg

    Let me guess for whom she voted, if she voted at all.

  • rivahmitch

    As ugly inside as outside…

  • Justin K

    Thank God for video / camera phones 😉

  • gfsomsel

    Psycho !

  • Jim McCormack

    Colleges are loaded with left wingers because they can’t make a living in a competitive field. They love Communism cause you don’t compete. Damnthese rich foundations like Ford who fund this anti capitalist part of our nation.

  • buckofama2010

    Typical tolerant liberal wack job. She couldn’t show where the separation of church and state is in the constitution is because it isn’t there

  • BeautifulAmerica

    Liberalism give small-minded, inconsequential people a sense of power….as long s they are not challenged with facts.

    • Truth goes 100 MPH

      She, like many others, is feeling her “Obama Oats” Not to worry. The house of cards may crumble soon. Talk on the street says the O man is not very popular these days. Seems the brothers don’t like anyone listening in to their conversations. It IS coming so keep the faith.

      • BeautifulAmerica

        Thanks for the info, which I’m VERY glad to hear.

  • CrossHugger

    The tolerant left…hypocrites supreme

  • 82d

    LOL. Who goes out dressed like that? Sweat pants must have been in the wash.

  • billygeturgun

    Good question: Who is the hater here? It appears it is the teacher who knows the Constitution enough to know where it allegedly address the fictional “separation of church and state” which is actually better known as the establishment clause that is the hater. The Constitution says Congress shall pass no laws concerning the establishment of religion (or something very close to that as my memory is not the greatest) but it never has the words “separation of church and state” collectively together. When she was challenged on her claim, she does what the typical liberal does and that is resort to violence. It is okay for her to bash Christianity but when Christianity attempts to stand up for itself the haters become aggressive and violent. What she did was totally uncalled for however the camera operator should not have walked away from where he/she was to get the license plate because that was obviously going to get her even more angry. Instead, someone should have simply walked out behind her vehicle and gotten the license plate information for the police when and if they arrived. As for pressing charges, I certainly would and would post this video everywhere I could to show just how the liberals act when someone questions their viewpoint. Since she claims to be a teacher, no doubt she has a college degree and has been indoctrinated into the liberal brainwashed way of thinking and rationality. Actually more like irrationality based on her actions.

  • MaranathaMark

    Typical Liberal/Progressive, lie about who you are, if that doesn’t work, then try to bully, and if that doesn’t work try to have the people(s) you can’t win against, put in jail! She was no teacher, constitution or otherwise, but it sounded good to her, and she thought it would scare the folks manning the tables there. When it didn’t she verbally and physically attacked and tried to lie about what those folks at the table were doing. She should have been arrested for filing a false police report, if nothing else!

  • CrustyOldGeezer

    waterboard the bimbo.

    Find out how stupid she really is.

  • DougIndeap

    Separation of church and state is a bedrock principle of our Constitution much like the principles of separation of powers and checks and balances. In the Constitution, the founders did not simply say in so many words that there should be separation of powers and checks and balances; rather, they actually separated the powers of government among three branches and established checks and balances. Similarly, they did not merely say there should be separation of church and state; rather, they actually separated them by (1) establishing a secular government on the power of “We the people” (not a deity), (2) saying nothing to connect that government to god(s) or religion, (3) saying nothing to give that government power over matters of god(s) or religion, and (4), indeed, saying nothing substantive about god(s) or religion at all except in a provision precluding any religious test for public office. Given the norms of the day, the founders’ avoidance of any expression in the Constitution suggesting that the government is somehow based on any religious belief was quite a remarkable and plainly intentional choice. They later buttressed this separation of government and religion with the First Amendment, which constrains the government from undertaking to establish religion or prohibit individuals from freely exercising their religions. The basic principle, thus, rests on much more than just the First Amendment.

    That the phrase “separation of church and state” does not appear in the text of the Constitution assumes much importance, it seems, to some who mistakenly supposed it was there and, upon learning of their error, reckon they’ve solved a Constitutional mystery. To those familiar with the Constitution, the absence of the metaphor commonly used to name one of its principles is no more consequential than the absence of other phrases (e.g., Bill of Rights, separation of powers, checks and balances, fair trial, religious liberty) used to describe other undoubted Constitutional principles.

    To the extent that some nonetheless would like confirmation–in those very words–of the founders’ intent to separate government and religion, Madison and Jefferson supplied it. Madison, who had a central role in drafting the Constitution and the First Amendment, confirmed that he understood them to “[s]trongly guard[] . . . the separation between Religion and Government.” Madison, Detached Memoranda (~1820). He made plain, too, that they guarded against more than just laws creating state sponsored churches or imposing a state religion. Mindful that even as new principles are proclaimed, old habits die hard and citizens and politicians could tend to entangle government and religion (e.g., “the appointment of chaplains to the two houses of Congress” and “for the army and navy” and “[r]eligious proclamations by the Executive recommending thanksgivings and fasts”), he considered the question whether these actions were “consistent with the Constitution, and with the pure principle of religious freedom” and responded: “In strictness the answer on both points must be in the negative. The Constitution of the United States forbids everything like an establishment of a national religion.”

    • LibertyDwells

      Creative. Mostly BS, but creative BS. The purpose of the 1st Amendment was to protect political speech and religious expression. It prevents fedgov from incorporating a state religion…and silencing religious expression. It’s that last part the extremists conveniently forget. There is no freedom “from” religion expressed.

      In short, any “separation” argument ends at fedgov directly controlling faith, or the opposite. NOTHING even vaguely points to any restriction on religious expression in fedgov and certainly not in state government and CERTAINLY not in PUBLIC school. Even if you fess up and call them what they are, government schools, there is still no legitimate restriction.

      Sparation of Church and State is a fallacy and a fantasy that angry people desperately cling to. Nothing more.

      • DougIndeap

        It is important to distinguish between the “public square” and “government” and between “individual” and “government” speech about religion. The constitutional principle of separation of church and state does not purge religion from the public square–far from it. Indeed, the First Amendment’s “free exercise” clause assures that each individual is free to exercise and express his or her religious views–publicly as well as privately. The Amendment constrains only the government not to promote or otherwise take steps toward establishment of religion. As government can only act through the individuals comprising its ranks, when those individuals are performing their official duties (e.g., public school teachers instructing students in class), they effectively are the government and thus should conduct themselves in accordance with the First Amendment’s constraints on government. When acting in their individual capacities, they are free to exercise their religions as they please. If their right to free exercise of religion extended even to their discharge of their official responsibilities, however, the First Amendment constraints on government establishment of religion would be eviscerated. While figuring out whether someone is speaking for the government in any particular circumstance may sometimes be difficult, making the distinction is critical.

        Nor does the constitutional separation of church and state prevent citizens from making decisions based on principles derived from their religions. Moreover, the religious beliefs of government officials naturally may inform their decisions on policies. The principle, in this context, merely constrains government officials not to make decisions with the predominant purpose or primary effect of advancing religion; in other words, the predominant purpose and primary effect must be nonreligious or secular in nature. A decision coinciding with religious views is not invalid for that reason as long as it has a secular purpose and effect.

        The Constitution, including particularly the First Amendment, embodies the simple, just idea that each of us should be free to exercise his or her religious views without expecting that the government will endorse or promote those views and without fearing that the government will endorse or promote the religious views of others. By keeping government and religion separate, the establishment clause serves to protect the freedom of all to exercise their religion. Reasonable people may differ, of course, on how these principles should be applied in particular situations, but the principles are hardly to be doubted. Moreover, they are good, sound principles that should be nurtured and defended, not attacked. Efforts to undercut our secular government by somehow merging or infusing it with religion should be resisted by every patriot.

  • hunterson1

    The ignorance and pride of a secular extremist is not a pretty sight.

  • Buford

    Somewhere a ward has misplaced a mental patient.

  • Truth goes 100 MPH

    Wonder if she called the police on her Obamaphone? I heard she carries a whole bunch of weight down there.

  • jd1958

    Time to revoke her license for being stupid.

  • John Hill

    Why didn’t THEY press charges against her for assault. I counted TWO of them.

  • longhornblondie

    Just because a person claims to teach doesn’t mean that they do. Just because they’re paid to teach doesn’t mean that they teach the subject matter appropriately.
    God bless this woman’s soul because she has more problems than her hatred of Christians. . . She definitely doesn’t know what she wants as she gives permission then becomes violent and says don’t. She thinks that it’s illegal to videotape in a public place. . . it’s not. And after you’ve been assaulted like this videographer was. . he certainly has the right to videotape his assailant.
    If she truly is a TEACHER, I hope that the parents of her students see this and understand that when their children say she’s crazy, they believe them now.

  • Jason_L

    Some people call for tolerance. Some people call for an end to inequality. They usually end up as this “teacher”, doing what she did.


  • madmemere

    No child, in a classroom setting, should be exposed to an “hysterical lunatic” like this one!

  • alphi

    Wow. Bigot much, lady? Those kids did a great job staying cool.

  • James Bee

    Just another angry liberal . Don’t be discouraged tho kids. Jesus faced the same opposition in the Sanhedrin and Pharisees who said many negative things. He didn’t quit because he knew who he was and what his mission was.

  • Fred_K

    Christians need to sue these people more often. What they do is illegal, and if we do not stand up to them, they will continue to usurp the constitution, and continue the discrimination against Christians. This woman, and I use the term loosely, probably thinks she won the argument, so she will continue to teach her twisted version of the Constitution.

    • GQ4U

      Its not teaching when its twisted… its lying. Teaching requires honesty about the subject matter being taught and this woman is far to dishonest to advance the knowledge and wisdom in the US Constitution.


    One flew over the cuckoo’s nest.

  • I’m an agnostic, and all I can say is two words. Nut Job.

  • susan5042

    I hope they pressed charges! She assaulted and harassed them! The video is all they judge needs! If she really is a teacher, I hope she gets fired for this!

  • Rynstone

    This needs to be shown to the School Superintendent and the School Board of the school she teaches at. The lady is a nut job.

  • FactsRule

    This is another example of why Jews like me, who identify as observant, strongly support our Christian brothers & sisters, as we Libertarians, Republicans, & Conservatives continue to suffer & watch our country be destroyed because of the thuggery, lies, hate, & general ignorance & evil of the Progressive, Liberal, DemoncRAT, Commie, Socialist thugs & their thuggery in all its forms, from their unions to their academia, from their Whollyweird to their shamelessly biased media, & to their extreme callous disregard for law & order, & their refusal to admit how damaging have been their policies & how they’ve led to true deficits over 200 trillion dollars. At least FDR’s Treasury Secretary, Henry Morgenthau, had the decency to admit: “I say after eight years of this Administration we have just as much unemployment as when we started. … And an enormous debt to boot!”
    How many bad & sick attributes does the woman in this video exhibit?
    Here are a few I noticed:
    Arrogance, presumptuousness, condescension, agitation, quick to physically attack people she doesn’t like (such a dainty woman, huh?), ignorance about the very subject she teaches, vengefulness, & utter hatred.
    One can imagine her reaction to Islamists with a table at 7 Eleven. Boy would it be different!
    Must reading, btw, Andrew McCarthy’s masterpiece, The Grand Jihad: How Islam & the Left Sabotage America.
    And, while you’re at it, please, if you haven’t done so, take some time to really educate yourself about America’s most dangerous enemy, one that is growing within, by perusing these highly informative &/or eye-popping web sites: citizenwarrior.com, thereligionofpeace.com, inquiryintoislam.com, memritv.org, palwatch.org, investigativeproject.org.
    I have a list I’ve compiled over the years if you’re interested, but those web sites are a good place to start.

    • CaptGene

      As a Jewish-Christian (or a Christian Jew depending on how you look at it – I observe Jewish Holy Days and proclaim Christ as my Savior; long story), I agree completely with you. The Republic is dying because America has long forgotten Her roots. She’s become a secular nation and as God has done throughout the Bible, God has reached the point where He is saying, “The United States of WHO? Do I know you people?”

      • FactsRule

        CaptGene, why on Earth would you think that God or any decent, thinking human being would find it good to attempt to portray yourself as being committed to two mutually exclusive beliefs simultaneously? To all Torah-observant Jews throughout the last 2,000 years, particularly to our inestimable scholars, you are not only following Paul’s example of appearing to some as one thing while to others as another, but you think that you’re appearing as two different things simultaneously, using & abusing your Jewishness to fulfill a New Testament creed, “Go out into the hedges & compel them to enter; and to the Jew first.”
        Don’t think that you can separate yourself from Judaism completely (though you can always come back) yet think for one moment that we don’t see you. We see a person with his hand in front of his face saying that we can’t see him because he’s hiding.
        I can’t speak for decent Christians, but for Jews & Judaism, to those of us who understand enough of Judaism to know, there’s no other way to put it but that one can say they’re going upstream & downstream in a river simultaneously, but in this world, at this time, that would be untrue.

  • granny

    Feel sorry for her family. Can you imagine living with an ignoramus like that much less being taught about the Constitution by such a brainless B**ch. Wonder why she is at a gas station…..we all know she uses a broom.

  • CaptGene

    “Liberalism” on display. That woman is a screaming (literally) example as to maybe, just MAYBE why we need to put Christ back in school. The Republic was founded on Godly, Judeo-Christian principles and beliefs. I’ve had people in the past tell me the Constitution “says there shall be a separation of Church and state”. When asked to show me they invariably cannot. The RUSSIAN constitution specifically says there “shall be a separation of church and state” but not the US Constitution. The “establishment clause” deals with the government (state) being head of church and state as it was in England when the Constitution was written. The First Amendment allows for Freedom OF Religion. People can choose to be Christian, Jew, Protestant, wiccans (lower case intentional), atheists or what ever they want. When I went to school, we had the 10 Commandments up on the wall. We started every school day with the Pledge of Allegiance. We actually SANG the Star Spangled Banner at assemblies and all sporting events, we sang songs in school and honoring America as national holidays approached. We were a far better Nation for it, too, because we loved America and the American ideal. Today I am an educator and it saddens me to see students and staff act “ashamed” when the National Anthem is played. Whereas I try instilling pride into my students, many, not all, staff indoctrinate students with the idea of “we didn’t build this” mentality. Rather, they teach we “stole this land”. Maybe that is a big part as to why people don’t sing the praises of America anymore; they’ve been indoctrinated into believing America and all things American are bad. Meanwhile, my mid-60’s baritone voice booms with pride with that one high note just within reach as I sing the Anthem and I work at instilling National Pride in my students once again.

  • Don Ingram

    Talk about a nut case. She is just like all the liberals that hate Christian’s.

  • James Maxwell

    To bad she is typical of ever mindless liberal out there. They spew forth hatred and
    discontent claiming to teach a subject that she clearly has not read, studied nor paid
    attention to. So sad this is what has invaded our school and corrupting young minds
    with pure liberal lied and recite.

  • Harrist7

    The most ironic part to me is when she got in her car to leave, she exclaimed “Oh my God.” What?
    Stupid is legal in America. I do think it should be discouraged in the teachers of our children, though.

  • James Kroeger

    This teacher needs to get a life…a life in Jesus! AMEN

  • James

    This is typical of a teacher. They only teach what they are
    told; they do not teach the truth, only what they are told. This is one of the problems with our country.
    Notice how she claimed she was harassed. This is typical liberal BS. If this
    woman was a teacher she should be fired. She is nuts, and I would not want this
    woman to teach my children.

  • NoGuff

    That’s funny because first she says “you can take a picture of me,” then she attacks the guy for taking her picture. Gotta love Liberals!

  • Sharron

    Press charges, have her arrested, she needs to be FORCED into an Anger Management Class! And jailed for assualt! AND….perhaps a “Psyc Evaluation!”

  • 4mybabys

    In all honesty, I feel both parties were at fault in this situation. Everyone, has the ability to control their actions. Had all parties had respect for each others right to their opinion this situation wouldn’t have escalated. In my opinion, reciting her license plate to share publicly and not honoring her request to leave her alone make the young adults equally responsible for escalating the situation.

  • Meniscusmyass

    she needs smacked around a bit, me thinks. liberalism has fostered her acceptance to attack those who don’t believe like you do

  • Conservativesniper

    I seriously doubt she teaches, let alone believes in, the US Constitution. I believe she is lying.

  • Gregg Weber

    Please tell me about the Constitution and the support you have for what you say about it.

  • Kimberly Budge

    I just wish she actually knew her Constitution, the First Amendment really does separate church and state. (To those saying she was incorrect, don’t take my word for it! Go read the amendment itself, and look up the Establishment Clause while you’re at it.) As a liberal that *does* know the Constitution, I’m upset that she’s giving all of us a bad name. As crazy as she comes off in this video, I agree with her main point- Christianity has no place in a public school. Neither does Judaism, Islam, or any other religion. If you want to teach your kids religion, do it at home or send them to private school.

    • Paladin67

      You are stating “the First Amendment really does separate church and state”..

      Let’s take a look….

      Article [I]
      Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

      In Plain English:
      Guarantees freedom of speech, religion, and press, and the right to assemble
      peaceably and petition the government for redress of grievances (to ask it to fix somethingthat it’s responsible for).

      Sorry, don’t see it..

      Also, within the Constitution, I have never seen anywhere that there is a separation of Church and school..

      Actually, the word “separation” does not occur anywhere..

      • DougIndeap

        The features of the Constitution separating church and state, including the First Amendment, are described in my earlier comment–a dozen or so comments below.

        • Paladin67

          I see you having a similar discussion with LibertyDwells. I agree, “creative” is a very good description. I will bow out and let them fight the fight.

  • missyasche

    Toward the end of the video, she mentions HER right to freedom of speech. What about the Christian group’s freedom of speech? People only get that bent out of shape when deep inside, they know they are wrong.

  • DrDoug

    Ok, folks….here’s the scary part…..she is certified to teach YOUR CHILDREN in school!!!! She is violent, derogatory, and completely unfit to teach and train children. How sad, but at least you can’t say we don’t let everybody teach! Haha!

  • jon e

    the teacher may have over reacted but the very goal of the organization is to break the law.there is no amendment that specifically calls for the separation of church and state,however we do have a secular government..and the scotus has already blocked pray in public schools..christian seem to think that the first amendment just provides for freedom of religion,but its also protection from religion..is that not why our fore fathers came her in the first place?

  • biggiewmn

    Texas once had a black woman who represented us in the House. That woman knew and loved the constitution. Her name was Barbara Jordan. She was a Democrat. If she were living today, she would be appalled at how the constitution was being rewritten by morons like this woman, the VP, and the president. She would have changed parties by now and would be a Republican.
    The woman in this video is not right in the head. It is quite obvious. She has one of those tempers that blocks reason. Her hate for Christianity is a palpable thing and colors her every thought. Wonder what it is that she really hates?

    • bejocy

      …growing older….

  • Paladin67

    For those posting that “they shouldn’t have recorded her/respected her privacy, etc..” did you listen to the beginning of this video?? This women says “you can take my picture, you can post in on YouTube”

    nuff said. She went to pick a fight..and didn’t even wait to be pawned.. her own mouth got her in trouble. Typical liberal.. start an argument, open mouth, insert foot, get frustrated, start the name calling, throw a tantrum, assault the other party, then call the police and claim your feelings were hurt… cripes, and this “genius” is (God only knows) an instructor??

  • colleenf

    This is a fine example of what is wrong with our public education system……….crazy fat loons like her.
    She has no more knowledge of the Constitution than one of my cats has!

  • David

    Typical Obama supporter. She should go live in North Korea since they’re her type and that is what teaches your children. No wonder the country has gone to Hell.

  • Cajun812

    Ignorance or malicious intent: both threaten American Liberty, for if the Rights of the People were not “endowed by their Creator” the “Supreme Judge of the world” and under “the protection of Devine Providence”, then there is absolutely no foundation for our Liberty, founded on the “Laws of Nature” and “Nature’s God”!?

  • Cajun812

    “The moment the idea is admitted into society that
    property is not as sacred as the laws of God, and that there is not a force of
    law and public justice to protect it, anarchy and tyranny commence.” –John Adams

    “[R]eligion and virtue are the only foundations, not of
    republicanism and of all free government, but of social felicity under all
    government and in all the combinations of human society.” –John Adams

    “The highest glory of the American Revolution was
    this – that it connected, in one indissoluble bond, the principles of civil
    government with the principles of Christianity.” – John Quincy Adams

  • Cajun812

    “The Bible is the cornerstone of liberty. A
    student’s perusal of the sacred volume will make him a better citizen, a better
    father, a better husband.” – Thomas Jefferson

    “The Bible is the rock on which our Republic rests.” – Andrew Jackson

    “In my view, the Christian religion is the most important and one of the
    first things in which all children, under a free government, ought to be
    instructed.” – Noah Webster

    “We have staked the future of American civilization upon the capacity of
    each and all of us to govern ourselves according to the Ten Commandments of
    God.” – James

    “He who shall introduce into public affairs the principles of primitive
    Christianity will change the face of the world.” – Benjamin Franklin

  • Chris

    Ahhhhh, the tolerant left…

  • Terry Adams

    I have a step mother that is crazy like that. It is sad.. What a waste of life and the public school system is filled with these wack jobs. god protect our children. Our country was built on our love of God which gives these crazy people freedom to think and pray to whomever they want . We Christians love you anyways.

  • ED Hamlin

    Send a copy to the local news outlets. See who will air/publish it as a public oped piece. The should have asked her name too. It is true as mentioned earlier. Those who believe they know the constitution really don’t when they tout line like seperation of church and state….

  • Raymond – Jesus is Lord.

    What If Tonight Was Your Last Night On Earth?


    • Derpington_The_Third

      It’s not though.

      • Raymond – Jesus is Lord.

        God says no one is promised tomorrow.

  • Robert S Moulds

    I think she over reacted and milked I’m a woman card too hard. She insulted, threaten and bully on them. She expected favoritism from the police only to find they did their job fairly and impartially. I would not like religious zealots at a gas station but deny their freedom and threaten them is not helpful. Then to insult fellow women by hiding behind your sex is pandering to sexism. As a liberal I weep for the children you teach you are poor role model for tolerance.

  • Victoria Bingham

    It’s a spiritual battle. The woman needs deliverance.

  • jim johnson

    School board should dismiss her as soon as they see the video.

  • Dennis Smith

    Call the guys in the white padded truck , we got a live one. She reminds me of the mentally il I dealt within santa barbara county mentally ill office pertecting the councilors and the head sinks from the ones who deside to fly ovef the cookoonest. There seems to be a coralation between liberalism, socialism and those who are a few frys short of a happy meal it seems. You think.

  • Chief47

    I wish that I lived within 100 miles of this crazy, idiotic woman. If I did, I would drive to her house, kick in her door, beat the hell out of her, and leave a copy of the Constitution in her mouth.

    • Rob Pobe

      And then vote for Obama again

      • Chief47

        I wouldn’t vote for Obama if the devil rose out of hell and ran against him. My vote wouldn’t matter then anyway since they are both one and the same.

  • sillywhispers

    Nice “Christian” ethics and morals. You would beat the hell out of her. Lovely. It’s also great to see an article that is so completely fair and balanced. There isn’t a hint of bias in it.

  • raytheist

    The Christians are wrong, clearly.

  • Cody

    Why do Christians like the ministry feel they can break the law by trying to make public schools teach religious curriculum as a fact?

    Never mind that the things they would teach couldn’t really stand on their own, it’s a violation of the 1st Amendment and previous court precedence.

    Religious privilege I suppose…

    • Rob Pobe

      We must all learn to pledge allegiance to Allah though, that is inclusive

  • Ruppert Baird

    In 2002 I was honored to escort members of the The Doolittle Raiders during their 60th Anniversary reunion. There was a display on WWII, with memorabilia and written info. A teacher with a group of 2nd or 3rd graders came up to the display and told her students that “this is a display about World War Eleven.” So, I can truly believe that she is a teacher.

    • Rob Pobe

      An affirmative action hire

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  • The American Patriot

    Press charges! These idiots need to learn a hard lesson on truth, justice and the America Way…. which includes tolerance of Christians, Freedom of Religion and Civility. Liberals are so idiotic to think the Constitution actually says anything about “Separation of Church and State.” Thomas Jefferson made a statement regarding that idea, but it has been taken so out of context and mind-numbingly believe it was inserted into Constitutional Law.

    • Rob Pobe

      Obama has vitiated the Establishment of Religion clause de facto by criminalizing the burning of Korans by US troops who are required to burn all trash, and specifically and openly requires Christian Bibles to be burned as a force protection measure.

  • jenniewalsh

    “Beware of wolves in sheep’s clothing”.

  • jim

    I am trying to figure out first why is she dressing as 15 year old girl.