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To: Mount Athos

Civil Disobiedence is one answer. Parents withdrawling kids from school is a good start. A good stout rail wide enough to seat public officals to ride them out of town on in public scorn is another.


32 posted on 03/14/2012 7:37:18 PM PDT by cva66snipe (Two Choices left for U.S. One Nation Under GOD or One Nation Under Judgment? Which one say ye?)
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To: cva66snipe
Parents withdrawling kids from school is a good start.
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It is astonishing to me that Christian and conservative parents continue sending their children into our nation's socialist-entitlement schools. If Christians and conservatives would simply remove their children, and vote to end school taxes the entire socialist-entitlement school system could be shut down within the year.

The problem seems to be that most Christians and conservatives insist that their children's schools aren't that bad... Well...All of them are godless in their worldview. Just to cooperate in the classroom the child must think think and reason godlessly. Isn't **that** bad enough?

Also... When Christian teachers teach in the government schools, parents wrongly conclude that the socialist-entitlement schools can't be **that** bad. Gee! If sweet Mrs. Honey Bun, the minister's wife, teaches there then how bad could they be? ( They are **that** bad.)

And....Team sports and the arts are tied to the government schools. Conservatives and Christians should insist that all team sports, cheerleading, band, orchestra, arts, music, and theater be moved to the county departments of recreation.

64 posted on 03/15/2012 7:49:35 AM PDT by wintertime (Reforming a government K-12 school is like reforming an abortion center.)
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