I have learned toleration from the intolerant Bill Mahar.
I have learned silence from the talkative Donald Trump.
I have learned thrift from the greedy Bernie Madoff.
I have learned the value of an education from the uneducated Paris Hilton.
I have learned about self-interest from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
I have learned conscience from the conscienceless Al Sharpton.
I have learned about love from multiple-wife-murderer Drew Peterson.
I have learned about character from General David Petreaus’s lack of it.
I have learned what freedom really means from the constraints in Obamacare.
I have learned courage from the cowardice of Jesse Jackson Jr. for hiding out in a mental institution instead of facing criminal charges.
I have learned honesty from the truth-less testimony of Lance Armstrong.
I have learned about humility from the ambitious Hillary Clinton.
I have learned about family from OctoMom’s ignorance of parental responsibility.
I have learned about justice from the verdict in the O.J. Simpson trial.
I have learned the value of thoughtfulness from the thoughtless remarks of VP Joe Biden.
I have learned about objective journalism from watching the subjective Rachel Meadow.
I have learned about religious tolerance from the intolerant Muslims.
I have learned about God from the ACLU’s efforts to silence Him.
I have learned sincerity from the hypocritical Eric Holder’s handling of the killing of an American border patrol agent.
I have learned to laugh, and not cry, at politicians like NYC mayor Bloomberg who has spent millions legislating the size of a soda one is allowed to buy .
I have learned compassion form the arrogance of Al Gore.
I learned about fairness from the lack of it I saw while watching the mainstream media coverage of the last election.
I have learned silence from the talkative, toleration from the intolerant, and compassion from the arrogant; yet strange, though I have learned all these things, I am ungrateful to these teachers.