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Lexington (MA) superintendent threatened by radio host
Lexington Minuteman ^ | Mon Apr 07, 2008 | Ian B. Murphy and Bryan Mahoney

Posted on 04/11/2008 4:29:33 AM PDT by lexfreedom

Lexington superintendent threatened by radio host By Ian B. Murphy and Bryan Mahoney/Staff Writers Mon Apr 07, 2008, 12:12 PM EDT Lexington -

Lexington - Lexington superintendent Paul Ash has been threatened by a New Jersey radio host urging listeners to “use threats and violence” against Ash for the school district’s new diversity curriculum.

Web radio host Hal Turner, a white supremacist whose show is broadcast at www.halturnershow.com, says on his site he “advocate[s] parents using FORCE AND VIOLENCE against Superintendent Paul B. Ash as a method of defending the health and safety of school children presently being endangered through his politically-correct indoctrination into deadly, disease-ridden sodomite lifestyles.”

In his description of his site Turner says "Don't expect 'fairness' or 'balance;' that's not what this show is about. This program focuses on issues, news and opinions that the mainstream will not talk about."

The site lists Ash’s last known addresses, a phone number, and a birth date.

Lexington police have refused comment on an ongoing investigation. Ash lives in Newton, and the police department there is handling the case. That department also refused comment on the investigation.

Ash said the Newton Police Department issued a “security detail” for him and his family, though could not say what it entails. He said he was contacted about the Web site Saturday afternoon at about 2 p.m. by a television reporter, and afterward called the police.

The bottom line, Ash said, is that the school district will continue with its curriculum.

“It’s important to teach diversity and tolerance,” he said Monday afternoon. “It’s a big world out there and people don’t respect other races (and backgrounds).”

Ash gave a presentation on the curriculum last month, and it will be implemented next school year. The curriculum comes from a committee of parents, teachers and administrators in Lexington who were charged to develop a set of teaching that fostered “a safe and welcoming place for all children.”

The goal of the curriculum was to “serve students from different racial, linguistic, and socioeconomic backgrounds,” and to “serve students from [gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered] families.”

The Lexington school administration developed the diversity curriculum to address topical classroom issues highlighted by an ongoing lawsuit filed in 2006.

The suit was filed by two families, the Parkers and Wirthlins, after the Parkers’ son, Jacob, brought home a book as part of the diversity book bag from his Estabrook Elementary kindergarten class in 2005. The book, “Who’s in a Family,” showed various family types including a same-sex-headed household, as well as single parents and grandparents raising children. The Wirthlins’ son, Joey, who was then in first grade, was in class on a day that marriage was the topic. At the time, a book on a prince marrying another prince was read to the class, “King and King.”

David Parker was arrested in April 2005 after refusing to leave a meeting with the principal and a curriculum director. Parker demanded his child be removed from any discussion regarding sexuality and homosexuality, including spontaneous discussions within the classroom.

In January 2008, a three-judge panel of the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld an earlier decision to dismiss the federal lawsuit, although an appeal is still possible.

“We do not suggest that the school’s choice of books for young students has not deeply offended the plaintiffs’ sincerely held religious beliefs,” said the decision, written by Circuit Judge Sandra Lynch. “If the school system has been insufficiently sensitive to such religious beliefs, the plaintiffs may seek recourse to the normal political processes for change in the town and state.”

Ash said the district has received mostly positive feedback about the curriculum. One parent objected, and shared some of the same concerns as David Parker, Ash said.


TOPICS: Culture/Society; News/Current Events; US: Massachusetts
KEYWORDS: comeforyourchildren; culturewar; davidparker; gaystapotactics; homosexualagenda; homosexuality; indoctrination; littelredschoolhouse; parentalrights; perverts; sexpositiveagenda; sexualizingchildren; yellowjournalism
The goal of the curriculum was to “serve students from different racial, linguistic, and socioeconomic backgrounds,” and to “serve students from [gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered] families.”

This is intended for children in grades K-5 !

1 posted on 04/11/2008 4:29:42 AM PDT by lexfreedom
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To: DirtyHarryY2K; little jeremiah; DBeers; scripter; gidget7; beejaa; massgopguy
Support David Parker ! Visit:

www.davidparkerfacts.org

2 posted on 04/11/2008 4:31:39 AM PDT by lexfreedom
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To: DirtyHarryY2K; little jeremiah; DBeers; scripter; gidget7; beejaa; massgopguy
Freep the accompanying poll:

http://www.wickedlocal.com/lexington/homepage/x1767333038

This week we ask for your reaction to the school district’s new diversity curriculum. To learn about what the curriculum entails, visit http://lps.lexingtonma.org/Diversitypresent(mar08).pdf or read Superintendent Paul Ash's column here.

Love it - it will help children feel welcome in schools 84% (84 votes)

Hate it - Children in elementary schools don't need to learn about gay/lesbian topics 14% (14 votes)

Comments (2)

Elisabeth Sackton2008-04-10T22:50:59
I am proud of Dr. Ash and the LPS for their careful development of a diversity curriculum. It is critical that our children are supported in this way. I hope that the LPS will continue also to work on reducing stigma that faces kids with disabilities, continue to start talking about diversity in families early on, and continue to educate for the future of our community: a community that will have all kinds of diversity.

Spencer Fabricant2008-04-11T01:42:05
When I read this over, all I could think was, "wow, if only they taught this stuff to us when I was in elementary school". I love it: children need to be taught to love, not allowed to hate.
Now we need a GSA at the middle-schools. I guarantee there's at least several students NOW in Diamond and Clark that would more than benefit from it. And to anyone who plays the "they're too young to know about it" card about putting a GSA in the middle schools; pardon my tongue, but if they're old enough to know how a penis goes into a vagina (fifth-grade health class), they're old enough to know that it's okay for two guys to love each other.
For what he's done thus far, endless thanks to Paul Ash! Keep it up!

3 posted on 04/11/2008 4:41:31 AM PDT by lexfreedom
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To: lexfreedom

Bump.


4 posted on 04/11/2008 4:46:27 AM PDT by stevio (Crunchy Con - God, guns, guts, and organically grown crunchy nuts.)
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To: lexfreedom
decision, written by Circuit Judge Sandra Lynch. “If the school system has been insufficiently sensitive to such religious beliefs,

Hey Sandra, it has NOTHING TO DO WITH RELIGION YOU DOLT!!!! What a complete idiot.

5 posted on 04/11/2008 4:58:59 AM PDT by subterfuge (Homophobic and proud of it!)
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To: lexfreedom

And while I’m at it, little Bryan with a “Y” and Ian can shove it too. The little faggots just love linking the white supremecist with opposition to the Homo/gay/lesbian/transgender/bi-fag agenda.

The faggotization of America continues thanks to people like this girl judge. Yeah, I said it! “Girl judge!”


6 posted on 04/11/2008 5:05:38 AM PDT by subterfuge (Homophobic and proud of it!)
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To: lexfreedom

So a website is being used to slur talk radio.

There is no “radio” transmission in webcasting.

Words mean things. Socialists lie. Always.

Pravda had better tactics than this bit of yellow journalism.


7 posted on 04/11/2008 5:30:28 AM PDT by weegee (March 18th, 2008 Obama~"I did NOT listen to the sermons of that man, Jeremiah Wright...")
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To: lexfreedom
The Wirthlins’ son, Joey, who was then in first grade, was in class on a day that marriage was the topic. At the time, a book on a prince marrying another prince was read to the class, “King and King.”

David Parker was arrested in April 2005 after refusing to leave a meeting with the principal and a curriculum director. Parker demanded his child be removed from any discussion regarding sexuality and homosexuality, including spontaneous discussions within the classroom.

He should also ask to be exempt from any discussion regarding monarchies since the school administrators clearly have their heads up their posteriors if they think there is any historical precedence to two men marrying and EACH being king of the kingdom.

8 posted on 04/11/2008 5:33:45 AM PDT by weegee (March 18th, 2008 Obama~"I did NOT listen to the sermons of that man, Jeremiah Wright...")
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To: lexfreedom
but if they're old enough to know how a penis goes into a vagina (fifth-grade health class), they're old enough to know that it's okay for two guys to love each other.

They took analogies out of school testing years ago in Massachusetts. Now I understand why, it's easier to argue socialist and Marxist values without logic.

9 posted on 04/11/2008 5:34:11 AM PDT by LoneRangerMassachusetts
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To: lexfreedom

It used to be a morals charge to corrupt a minor by instructing him in such things before puberty.

So much for the damn lie that Lawrence v. Texas was either about consenting ADULTS or activities in PRIVATE.

It fastracked the homosexual agenda into your classrooms.


10 posted on 04/11/2008 5:40:39 AM PDT by weegee (March 18th, 2008 Obama~"I did NOT listen to the sermons of that man, Jeremiah Wright...")
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To: lexfreedom

The typical approach of painting “the normal outrage as the deviant” in order to engage the deviant as the normal. Progressive thinking.


11 posted on 04/11/2008 6:28:04 AM PDT by Neoliberalnot ((Hallmarks of Liberalism: Ingratitude and Envy))
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To: lexfreedom
Conservatives ( Christian and non-Christian) in response to this government school indoctrination, will sit and cook like frogs in slowly warming water.

Obviously, the Liberal/Marxist have full control of the press, arts, media, colleges and universities, and **government schools**! Solve the government school problem and the other areas of media, arts, and academia will take care of themselves!

How conservatives fix this?

Answer: We must SHUT DOWN government schooling!

1) Remove your own children from the government schools today!

2) Conservatives ( Christian and non-Christian) should start private scholarship foundation that would award private vouchers to children attending **conservative** private schools. Also, these foundations should award grants to conservative teachers willing to open mini-schools, one room school houses, dame schools, tutoring centers, or be coordinators of homeschool cooperatives.

3) Conservatives ( Christian and non-Christian) could certify their voucher schools and teachers, develop curriculum, and test the students.

4) The private scholarship funds need to organize team sporting leagues. ( The government school monopoly on team sports that funnel athletes into the bid leagues must be broken!)

5) Organize parents and the community to vote for legislators dedicated to SHUTTING DOWN the govenrmnent school Marxist madrassas. Government schools must be starved of both students and money!

Can we do it? YES! We could do it if conservatives wanted!

We must abandon the Prussian model of brick and mortar schooling. It is archaic! It is expensive and burdened with many zoning and employee regulations. It is inefficient for the student and teacher. With today's technology and excellent curriculum ( Thanks homeschoolers!) every child in this nation could have access to the best education humankind has ever seen!

Think of all the money that is raised in one presidential campaign. Colleges and universities across the nation have endowments in the BILLIONS! Yes, it is possible to give **every** child in this nation ( possibly the world) an outstanding **conservative** education.

Then in a short 12 years students would move into the universities **prepared** to confront their Marxist professors. On graduation these students would move into the media, academia, politics, business, and the professions. In 12 short years we could begin to turn around a nation ( and possibly the entire world.)

Regarding churches:

FORGET CHURCHES! They are NOT going to step forward and do what is right! Their pews are filled with government teachers and others who suck and the government school pig trough! Few ministers will bite the hand that feeds them.

Ok...Some will ask what am I personally doing?

My husband and I give 1% of our yearly income to our church scholarship fund. Imagine if every Christian did that? Every child in this nation could the opportunity to attend a private Christian school.

12 posted on 04/11/2008 6:47:15 AM PDT by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)
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To: Neoliberalnot; weegee; LoneRangerMassachusetts; subterfuge; stevio; lexfreedom

**Please** read post #12. I have posted a solution.

I am utterly exasperated! Why do conservatives sit like frogs in slowly warming water?


13 posted on 04/11/2008 6:51:18 AM PDT by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)
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To: wintertime

We’re doing that. But not many people know that this is going on. The MSM won’t report on this. And as you know wintertime, the right-wing talk show hosts won’t either.


14 posted on 04/11/2008 6:58:28 AM PDT by stevio (Crunchy Con - God, guns, guts, and organically grown crunchy nuts.)
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To: stevio
And as you know wintertime, the right-wing talk show hosts won’t either.( stevio)
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You mean the Three Stooges: Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Bill O’Reilly?

Yep! It really **steams** me! These guys are complete weenies! When it comes to any homosexual issue they rival the Scarecrow in the “Wizard of Oz”.

Rush, Sean, and O’Reilly are ***scared to death*** of the homosexual activists!

Also...While they take occasional pot shots at the government schools I have NEVER heard them do the following: ( yes, I am shouting!)

1) Tell their audience to take their kids out immediately.

2) Explain that MARXISTS and homosexual control our government schools.

3) Tell their audience that government schools need to be SHUT DOWN!

Personally, I think the Three Stooges are afraid of offending the many listeners in the audience who are addicted to the government school free babysitting.

15 posted on 04/11/2008 7:10:21 AM PDT by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)
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To: wintertime

In California, you may no longer be able to home school if you do not posess a college degree in education AND you will not be permitted to remove your children from state mandated sex ed classes.

The State WILL indoctrinate your children, citizen.


16 posted on 04/11/2008 7:11:05 AM PDT by weegee (March 18th, 2008 Obama~"I did NOT listen to the sermons of that man, Jeremiah Wright...")
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To: weegee
Do you recall Rush, Sean, or O’Reilly reporting on the judges ruling on homeschoolers?

I surely don't. What weenies!

17 posted on 04/11/2008 7:12:56 AM PDT by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)
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To: wintertime
Bill Bennett was discussing this morning how inner city Catholic schools are in decline for a number of reasons. Rising costs, in part because of more lay people who must be paid teaching the students. Also costly lawsuits and settlements by the Catholic Church have left fewer dollars to fund schools.

And there are large segments of the black community that SUPPORT school vouchers. They see the two tier system of public and private schools where there is a difference between the schools citizens and politicians can afford to send their kids.

However, a privately established voucher system can keep the government from setting the curriculum.

18 posted on 04/11/2008 7:16:30 AM PDT by weegee (March 18th, 2008 Obama~"I did NOT listen to the sermons of that man, Jeremiah Wright...")
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To: wintertime

I don’t listen to Sean or O’Reilly. O’Really doesn’t strike me as very conservative. A former tabloid tv host who shrugs anytime the topic of religion comes up (he says that won’t win over any moderates to converative politics and it makes Republicans look “weird”).

Rush is “busy” with grandstanding over “Operation Chaos” (I will say that he has been influential but not the only factor in the continued headaches and disagreements in the Democrat party). He discusses other issues at times. None come to mind right now. He’s off air for a couple of days.

He’s congratulated home schools when they’ve called in. He had a stepdaughter under his last wife but he didn’t discuss his home life much (unlike say Walter Williams).

There’s also Bill Bennett, Laura Ingraham, Michael Reagan, Michael Medved, Walter Williams, Mike Gallagher and others. They don’t all cover the same topics.


19 posted on 04/11/2008 7:22:56 AM PDT by weegee (March 18th, 2008 Obama~"I did NOT listen to the sermons of that man, Jeremiah Wright...")
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To: wintertime
It is very difficult to shut down the very ineffective government funding of schools as the Democrat party is trying to nationalize healthcare (and eliminate private practice).

Encroachment must be stopped. It is difficult to fight a two front war.

Enlightening the public to the expansions of “Big Government” and tyrannical socialism could put a halt to ALL of the encroachment on all fronts. But it won't come easy.

McCain is a liberal Republican. But unlike Obama and Clinton, he is not a Marxist. Perhaps now our nation can discuss Communism, Marxism, and Socialism without be branded “witchhunters”.

20 posted on 04/11/2008 7:27:06 AM PDT by weegee (March 18th, 2008 Obama~"I did NOT listen to the sermons of that man, Jeremiah Wright...")
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To: weegee
However, a privately established voucher system can keep the government from setting the curriculum ( weegee)
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Also...The concept of prison-like, Prussian style schooling should be abandoned.

Surely we could learn a few things from homeschoolers. Haven't they shown us that with today's technology children can progress faster, and learn material more thoroughly when the curriculum is individualized and children progress at their own pace?

Christians ( Catholic and Protestant) must recognize that for many reasons their churches will not (or can not in the case of the Catholic Church) build or open brick and mortar schools for their children. They must begin to organize education alternatives among themselves. Surely, the example of the homeschoolers could give them ideas on how to do this.

By the way, the idea that churches will rescue their kids should be abandoned. They likely won't. There are too many government teachers in the pews putting money in the collection plate.

21 posted on 04/11/2008 7:30:49 AM PDT by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)
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To: weegee
I recommend the Neal Boortz website. He is very plain about what needs to be done.

Get your kids out.

Close the madrassas down!

22 posted on 04/11/2008 7:33:17 AM PDT by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)
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To: weegee
Enlightening the public

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Start with the children!

Get kids out of the government schools. See post #12 on how to do this. Then in 12 short years were could have armies of conservative youth entering the colleges and universities prepared to stare Marxism down. These kids would then move into business, politics, and the media with a sound understanding of the true sources of economic and personal freedom.

Hey! This is what the Marxists did! Conservatives should reverse the process by getting kids OUT of the government schools and into conservative schools.

As it is now, conservatives have to re-educate a liberal population that has been thoroughly indoctrinated in government K-12 schools and colleges and universities. This sounds to me like twice the work. Once to undo all the liberal indoctrination, and then second reeducate them in conservatism.

Personally, I believe that if parents had the choice they would get their kids OUT of the government schools. Conservatives should give them the opportunity. ( See post #12 for how to do that. )

23 posted on 04/11/2008 7:41:42 AM PDT by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)
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To: wintertime
I agree with all you are saying. I think Mr. Parkers case should, and may, broaden his case to state it as more than just a religious issue, but a case of reckless endangerment. The medical repercussions involved in teaching this deadly lifestyle as healthy and normal, is staggering!

And yes they should abandon these indoctrination center, and in the meantime, do what the unions do, stage “sickouts” with large numbers participating. In MA enrollment in schools is down 30-35%, and schools districts are talking regionalizing and closing some schools because of it. They apparently are not getting the message yet! If there are enough parents who can't, or think that for whatever reason, homschooling or private school is not an option, a sick out on a large scale could help to send a message. And they should join these lawsuits.

24 posted on 04/11/2008 9:41:46 AM PDT by gidget7 (Duncan Hunter-Valley Forge Republican!)
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Sick-in.?

EXCELLENT idea!

For working parents surely neighbors could give a hand for one or two days.

There should be press conferences and plenty of publicity as well. The cause should be for two things:

1) Tax credits for private school attendance.

2) An end to the homosexual indoctrination.

25 posted on 04/11/2008 9:56:17 AM PDT by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)
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To: wintertime
2) Conservatives ( Christian and non-Christian) should start private scholarship foundation that would award private vouchers to children attending **conservative** private schools. Also, these foundations should award grants to conservative teachers willing to open mini-schools, one room school houses, dame schools, tutoring centers, or be coordinators of homeschool cooperatives.

Ultimately the world turns on money whether you like it or not. You need to answer this question, how come the cost of educating a child in the government schools costs about $10,000 yearly contrasted to about $20,000 in private school tuition? The private schools have lower teacher saleries compared to the public school union teachers. One other thing that may help to think this through is Harard University recently announced they would no longer charge tuition more than 10 percent of the parents annual income. For a middle-class family making $100,000 annually, that's $10,000. That's incredible.

For your idea to work, you need to know the real economics in the education industry. It sure doesn't make sense to me. Cut private school tuition to $10,000 a year and you will see a flood of applicants.

26 posted on 04/11/2008 10:57:09 AM PDT by LoneRangerMassachusetts
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To: LoneRangerMassachusetts
The cost of private schools in much less than you think.

The **most** expensive church based school in my state is $4,500 ( this year). The **most** expensive secular school is $12,500, or a little more than half the cost of a government school kid in Washington, D.C.

Also you should remember that the exclusive school is not necessarily providing a better education. What the parents are buying for that money is social networking and country club facilities.

By the way, the tuition at my private parochial school in Philadelphia, St. Joan of Arc, was $2,383 for 2002/2003.

Personally, I believe private school tuition could be reduced drastically and quality of education greatly **improved** by abandoning the brick and mortal, Prussian style school, and applying modern technology and the curriculum developed for homeschoolers.

The following is from 2003:

]http://www.cato.org/pub_display.php?pub_id=3231

Many people may think private schools are expensive because the costlier private schools also tend to be the most well known. For example, many in Houston have heard about St. John's or Tenney High School, where tuition runs over $13,000 a year. But fewer Houstonians have likely heard of Southeast Academy, Woodward Acres, or Pecan Street Christian Academy, all of which charge less than $3,000 per year, well below the city's private school average of $4,468.

Average private school tuition in other cities tells the same story: a large number of moderately priced private schools with a few very expensive, well-known exceptions. Median private elementary school tuition in Denver is $3,528. In Charleston, $3,150. In Philadelphia, $2,504. In New Orleans, $2,386.

Anthony Williams, mayor of the District of Columbia (where Congress is considering a school voucher program with voucher amounts of up to $7,500), recently stated, mistakenly, that “most private school tuitions run in the five figures — far beyond what is contemplated for the voucher program.”

In truth, according to a recent survey, the median per student cost for private elementary schools in the District of Columbia is $4,500, well below the mayor's “five figures.” Only 39 percent of D.C. private schools have tuitions of $10,000 or more.

In all of these cities, the average private school cost is significantly less than the amount spent for each student in public schools. A voucher or tax credit worth the same amount spent per student in public schools would easily give parents access to the bulk of private schools available in their communities. With more parents able to afford private schools, new schools would open to accommodate the increased number of students.

27 posted on 04/11/2008 11:30:48 AM PDT by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)
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To: LoneRangerMassachusetts
One more thing:

Government is giving education away for free to the parent. This tuition free education, and the free babysitting that comes with it, is powerfully addicting.

So....If conservatives are going to wean parents away from government education they will need to meet the government's fee: FREE.

Personally, I don't think people appreciate things that are given to them for free, but this is the price that government is charging for its educational product, and conservatives will need to charge the same. Conservatives can do something better with its free voucher schools, they can give a better quality product than the government school.

( See post #12)

28 posted on 04/11/2008 11:57:39 AM PDT by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)
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To: wintertime
Thanks, I thought so too! These idiots, or crafty evildoers, depending on how you look at it, on school boards AND in City government, most of which are socialists, continue to dumb down policy and blur the lines between right and wrong, and promote it as diversity and anti racism. What they are accomplishing is the exact opposite of what they are promoting, which is so logical and rational, that this is what would happen, one has to wonder. These people are self promoted as so intelligent, is this the actual desired effect? Safe schools promote a deadly lifestyle. That is just ONE example of a multitude of propaganda sent out all in the name of “stopping crime” when the result is always just the opposite.
29 posted on 04/11/2008 12:10:43 PM PDT by gidget7 (Duncan Hunter-Valley Forge Republican!)
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To: lexfreedom

This is simply the worst form of sexual abuse and harrassment of children ever conceived by the perverts in league with the sickos running many public schools. Remember, Roman queers were allowed to buy, sell, and abuse little boys in tolerant acceptance by the law. History repeats.


30 posted on 04/12/2008 7:24:35 AM PDT by Neoliberalnot ((Hallmarks of Liberalism: Ingratitude and Envy))
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To: wintertime

Ah, pointy finger of the righteous. Why slam churches winter? You seem to slam them and support them at the same time.

What about the hundreds of Christian churches across the country that have opened Christian schools?


31 posted on 04/12/2008 7:43:24 AM PDT by subterfuge (Homophobic and proud of it!)
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To: subterfuge
What about the hundreds of Christian churches across the country that have opened Christian schools?

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Good for them!

Are you aware of the Exodus Mandate? For several years now Bruce Shortt and others have introduced a resolution to the Southern Baptists Convention calling for all Baptist churches to open schools and get their children OUT of the government schools. Every year it is defeated.

I speculate that the reason it is defeated is that too many of the ministers have too many government school employees in the pews.

32 posted on 04/12/2008 8:45:54 AM PDT by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)
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