|There was no greater expert on witches.|
Cotton Mather said witches existed.
In the end, he was wrong;
but it was too late to help the victims.
And they think: Now I've SEEN the truth.
Now the Superman page drops the veil and carries a link to a story in the Los Angeles Times. In case you missed it, two teachers at Miramonte Elementary School (see the link itself) have been accused of sexual abuse and very correctly removed from the classrooms, and I hope will face the full power of the law if guilty. That's hardly the end, however, as the district has removed all 150 teachers in the building from their duties, at least temporarily.
So the page poses this question: "
Again, of course not.
A fairly typical comment, from a woman named Jackie Schneider, captures the flavor of the current line of thinking: "Agreed [they should all be suspended], I'm sure the parents are just shaken up. I would NOT be sending my child back, even though the staff has been changed. Another pedophile could be in the new group. After all the lemon dance just keeps on happening."
Martha A. Sanchez-Maldonado agreed--except that she didn't think the lemons had been squeezed hard enough: "No, because this is still not addressing the real problem. These teachers are not all being terminated, from what I hear, they are all being shuffled around to other schools. Yes, I agree that the safety of the students is the most important thing, but passing the buck or doing the "dance of the lemons" does not solve the issue at heart...which is that there needs to be accountability and transparency in the educational system. Otherwise, this will be a never-ending problem!"
Yep, all teachers are lemons.