It would appear by your post that you are a Democrat.
"They may be good persons, but they hard for me to love."
The proper grammar usage would have meant the use of the word "people" not "persons" AND "they ARE hard..." not "they hard...".
It also worth keeping in mind that it is the liberal establishment that has pushed the idea of "new math" and ebonics as acceptable education for young people. After all, it is not important that 1+1=2. What is important is how you feel about it.
As for this board, profanity knows no political boundaries.