Liberals: Imagine a world without socccer balls

On first reading, there is NO WAY this story could be real, but, considering the many stuck on stupid ideas Liberals have………………

With the growing concern over the effects of competition in youth sports programs this summer, many Canadian soccer associations eliminated the concept of keeping score. The Soccer Association of Midlake, Ontario, however, has taken this idea one step further, and have completely removed the ball from all youth soccer games and practices.

According to Association spokesperson, Helen Dabney-Coyle, “By removing the ball, it’s absolutely impossible to say ‘this team won’ and ‘this team lost’ or ‘this child is better at soccer than that child.'”

“We want our children to grow up learning that sport is not about competition, rather it’s about using your imagination. If you imagine you’re good at soccer, then, you are.”

Dave Blount adds his two cents, which is worth far more than anything a Liberal could add

At this point you could believe the story is on the level. It isn’t easy to parody liberals more effectively than they parody themselves.

People who think like this run our public schools, explaining why students have higher self-esteem than ever but can no longer read or do math. They also vote, explaining why someone with a monstrous ego but without qualifications is president of the USA.

Hey look, I am sure this is parody, but, just give the Libs time to dig a bit deeper in their Pit of Eternal Stupidity Listen to the whole thing here

 

One thought on “Liberals: Imagine a world without socccer balls”

  1. Reblogged this on Taking Back America and commented:
    Why don’t we apply this to school marching bands – you know, we don’t want any kids to excel at playing a musical instrument because that would make other kids feel bad. So, the parents can imagine that they buy their kid an instrument, the kids can just imagine they’re playing an instrument, and those attending the games [where they have imaginary balls] can listen to the imaginary music – and damn, don’t those kids sound great!

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