But, really. Humour is often the first sign of someone willing to be openminded about their beliefs, so might I inquire a bit about your previous post?
I can agree that the public education in the States is atrocious, but I'm not entirely sure it has to do with a political leaning (bleeding heart liberal douchebags, or backwater conservative hillbillies, what have you). In my experience (and my experience is, mind you, limited), I'd have given the reason for American education being so poor as a result of the political gridlock in Washington between the two parties. Neither party will allow the other a victory by pushing their agenda, blah blah, and thus you've got an underfunded, out-dated education system.
What, in that, points to the education being too liberal?
Or, perhaps more interestingly, which subjects, areas and specific points of debate do you feel the schools take too liberal a stance on?