Deception, Not Satire

Back in January I posted an article from a teacher in southwestern Washington State who promoted eliminating The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn from the curriculum and then rebutted his stance. Next, I asked if he was being satirical.

Apparently, he was just being deceptive and “manipulative.” Read more here.


One thought on “Deception, Not Satire

  1. disgusted

    It’s really hard for me to believe that this guy meant this to be satire. I get the feeling that he meant every word he wrote. And then, when he realized he’d just exposed himself as an idiot on the global stage, the only way he could think of to save face was to pretend that it was satire all along. So now he’s trying to make us believe he’s smarter than everybody else. What a mind-f**ker.


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