RANDI RHODES: This whole part of the super base - of the - they are cults. They - they
CALLER: They are very cultish!
RANDI RHODES: They are - they are a cult, there is no question they are a cult!
CALLER: Well, and when they get a blast, I mean, those people get riled up so bloody easily - it's - you'd be shocked - I mean, they are - they think - they see - they see conspiracies under their bed, so, you know, because they're like, oh my god they're after us for homeschooling - it's like, they don't care, trust me!
RANDI RHODES: This treaty - just so people know - this treaty was backed by uh the group by disabilities groups, by veterans groups - uh, this - this treaty was, you know, negotiated a long time ago. Uh - the Republicans chose to use this as a way to rile up those, uh, ever-depleting numbers of cult-like, uh, you know, Republicans who will vote against their own children now, their own children's best interests, if those children should ever travel to a nation, you know, where disabled people aren't treated fairly!
CALLER: Well, you know, homeschoolers, I mean - there is a small part that are liberal - but, the very large majority are religious, home-based, you know, and -
RANDI: Yes, because their reason for homeschooling is not overcrowded classrooms or that the mother is a teacher herself - or, you know, that uh -
CALLER: It's for religious reasons -
RANDI: Right, it's because they believe schools are secular and might teach evolution! Which obviously they don't believe in! Uh - but they are -
CALLER: They don't believe in a lot of things! It's not just the evolution thing, it's sex ed, it's uh - they don't want their kids associating with kids of other religions, they don't want - you know - they want to control every aspect of their kids' lives. And, yeah, I've had a lot of dealings with these kinds of moms.