Oh, United States Attorney General Eric Holder. Why do you insist on being so terrible about things both real and imaginary? In this specific case what we are about to tell you about, why are you trying to deny a German family asylum based on their claim that Germany won’t let them homeschool? Why are you Holocausting this German family, by sending them back to a state where they will
be imprisoned gassed raped beaten impressed into a child army have to put their kids in a school?
Let us read this nice letter, from this nice lady, about history’s most terrible AG (all bolding is hers):
Did you know that the U.S. Attorney General recently made the shocking claim that educating one’s own child is not a right that is fundamental to parents? In a brief opposing political asylum for a German homeschooling family who seeks to stay in the U.S. to continue homeschooling their children for faith-based reasons, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder stated that a parent’s right to educate is not fundamental and is only breached if the right is removed from a group of people – essentially what would amount to a lack of equal access to homeshooling.
Sam Rohrer, President of the PA Pastors’ Network and a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for 18 years, disagrees strongly with Holder’s position and says that Holder’s position is cause for concern from American homeschooling families. According to Rohrer, there is clear Biblical authority for the right of parents to educate children, and there is no right granted to civil government to attack or supersede that right.
Rohrer can clearly articulate to audiences why education is a fundamental right of jurisdiction, and one that homeschoolers and others must be prepared to defend in order to preserve other similar, fundamental rights. As the President of the PA Pastors’ Network and a parent of 5 homeschooled sons, Rohrer is an excellent resource that can provide insightful commentary and direction to audiences interested in this topic. His checklist for weighing issues through a Biblical lens is revolutionary.
Rohrer can speak on this or any other cultural issue of the day; to book interviews, please don’t hesitate to contact me at [redacted]. I will follow up with a quick phone call as well.
So there you have it. Attorney General Eric Holder does not think our asylum laws are to be used to evade laws in your home country that you just don’t like, because Attorney General Eric Holder is Black Hitler.