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Bill Ayers: Leftist Power is in Schools
Townhall.com ^ | December 13, 2012 | Kyle Olson

Posted on 12/13/2012 6:36:38 AM PST by Kaslin

Terrorist turned teacher Bill Ayers appeared at a recent Big Apple gathering of “Change the Stakes,” an anti-testing group comprised mostly of teachers and parents. At least two employees of the New York City Board of Education were there as well.

EAGnews obtained exclusive video of the event and will be releasing more clips in the coming days.

But first we would like to present Ayers’ statement on the power of radical socialist educators in today’s public schools. It should send chills down every parent’s spine.

SEE THE VIDEO HERE.

Ayers explained to his audience that leftists wrongly put their faith in Barack Obama as an agent of change. “Forget about it,” he said, “that’s not where change comes from.”

“When there’s movement on the ground, shit happens,” he said.

“If we want change to come, we would do well not to look at the sites of power we have no access to – the White House, even the Congress, the Pentagon – these are not the sites we have access to.

“But lo and behold, we have absolute access to the community, the school, the neighborhood, the street, the classroom, the workplace, the shop, the farm – why are we ignoring that and saying ‘I hope Obama makes peace.’ Forget about it. He’s not going to do anything if you don’t do something. Our job is movement building.”

Ayers’ call to action is precisely why we see bizarre things like the California Federation of Teachers’ “Tax the Rich” video or Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel – of all people – being labeled a “fat cat” by the Chicago Teachers Union.

Ayers’ acknowledgement that radical leftists are using classrooms and public spaces to influence children should be a wakeup call to every parent and taxpayer. Educators are paid to teach kids to read, write and think for themselves, not to brainwash them in revolutionary ideology.

Ayers is not an educator. He’s an unconvicted terrorist who wants to use our tax money to further his goal of destroying the greatest nation in the history of the world. And he’s calling on the people teaching your children to assist him.

If we are smart, we will use our leverage as taxpayers to stop this nonsense in its tracks, before it becomes an even bigger problem.


TOPICS: Culture/Society; Editorial
KEYWORDS: academicbias; arth; billayers; cultureofcorruption; dncstrategy; domesticterrorist; indoctrination; leftismoncampus; littleredschoolhouse; nakedcommunist; naughtyteacherslist; nea; reeducationcenter; reeducationcenters
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1 posted on 12/13/2012 6:36:42 AM PST by Kaslin
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To: Kaslin
If we are smart, we will use our leverage as taxpayers to stop this nonsense in its tracks, before it becomes an even bigger problem.

Yeah. Good luck with that.

I've been telling people for years they need to take their kids out of state run schools.

But all I get is a bunch of excuses as to why they can't.

2 posted on 12/13/2012 6:41:48 AM PST by Texas Eagle (If it wasn't for double-standards, Liberals would have no standards at all -- Te?xas Eagle)
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To: Kaslin
Gibbeting: It's in your future Little Billy.


3 posted on 12/13/2012 6:44:12 AM PST by KC_Lion (Build the America you want to live in at your address, and keep looking up.-Sarah Palin)
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To: Kaslin

Why is Cristy being shown?


4 posted on 12/13/2012 6:44:17 AM PST by TribalPrincess2U (0bama's agenda¬óDivide and conquer. FREEDOM OR FREE STUFF- YOU GET ONE CHOICE, CHOOSE WISELY)
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To: Texas Eagle

Well if the Left’s power is in the schools and with the children, then that’s where we battle. The Right has just as much power but we don’t use it for some reason. I think by nature the lefties are “in your face” thugs and by nature, conversatives are reserved and sit back and watch what happens and try not to do harm. Lefties don’t care who they harm. It’s just so basic and obvious and that’s part of why the deck is stacked against us.


5 posted on 12/13/2012 6:46:08 AM PST by austinaero
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To: Kaslin

Bill Ayers is still alive?


6 posted on 12/13/2012 6:51:04 AM PST by Mashood
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To: Kaslin

Sadly conservatives don’t bother to vote in many of the races that matter. Here In Michigan I voted for tea partier Rob Steel for a seat on the UofM board of regents. Unfortunately he only got about half as many votes as Mitt Romney.

The same was true of virtually every other state level education seat. They were all handed to democrats who do vote in those races.

I see it as leaving the enemy weapons factories in place while we try to fight with an ever dwindling army.


7 posted on 12/13/2012 6:52:40 AM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: Kaslin
If we are smart, we will use our leverage as taxpayers to stop this nonsense in its tracks, before it becomes an even bigger problem.

Kyle, that train left the station about 1960. It started building a head of steam in 1887 when John Dewey wrote "Looking Backward." He was a totalitarian socialist who wanted government to take over all education via government schools to create an "industrial army."

8 posted on 12/13/2012 6:55:18 AM PST by ProtectOurFreedom
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To: Kaslin

Bill Ayers has gained so much weight, he looks like Chris Christie.;-)


9 posted on 12/13/2012 6:55:49 AM PST by RoosterRedux (He will separate the people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats)
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To: Kaslin; Texas Eagle

There was a very interesting article in the WSJ this morning about, of all things, vocabulary. Back in the 1930s, the “progressive movement” (yes, that same crowd) pushed for the removal of “complicated language” from textbooks and the simplification of primary source readings (hence, the edited versions of Dickens, etc. that kids had to read). This was because the goal of education was to be purely practical, not producing a group of people who could think or even needed to think about abstract or theoretical matters but one where the individuals was designed simply to be a good worker and a good cog in the machine.

The author traced many of our current problems with low literacy and numeracy levels and low comprehension levels to this progressivist idea, since over the decades, texts became increasingly simplified and the ability of children to understand or even to know that they didn’t understand and then ask questions became correspondingly lower.

Public education has always been about shaping the proletariat, starting with Dewey and carried on through the progressive movement of his time.


10 posted on 12/13/2012 6:57:59 AM PST by livius
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To: TribalPrincess2U

Because he is a lefty under the skin?...


11 posted on 12/13/2012 6:59:00 AM PST by Resolute Conservative
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To: Mashood

Good question. At least why is he walking free?


12 posted on 12/13/2012 6:59:42 AM PST by ilovesarah2012
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To: All

John Dewey and fellow conspirators also gave us “sight” reading and the concept of dumbing down the population so they could be controlled.


13 posted on 12/13/2012 7:01:24 AM PST by Liberty Wins
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To: Texas Eagle

GOVERMENT SCHOOLS=CHILD ABUSE


14 posted on 12/13/2012 7:13:09 AM PST by Coldwater Creek (He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadows of the Almighty Psalm 91:)
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To: TribalPrincess2U
I suppose because the author is the founder and CEO of Education Action Group Foundation, a non-partisan non-profit organization with the goal of promoting sensible education reform and exposing those with a vested interest in maintaining the status quo>

and there was no picture of Ayers addressing a class room of young children (Not that he ever did anyway)

15 posted on 12/13/2012 7:18:09 AM PST by Kaslin ( One Big Ass Mistake America (Make that Two))
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To: Kaslin

Ayers: classy as always.

But he’s right in one sense. As someone who was once involved in local politics, I now know that that is where the real power over people resides.


16 posted on 12/13/2012 7:28:20 AM PST by miss marmelstein
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To: metmom
I think it is really great the way the homeschooling parents have completely abandoned the system. And now that it keeps getting worse they can really justify their actions and feel really smug and superior.

If only some had stayed and tried to fix it before it was completely broken.

17 posted on 12/13/2012 7:32:56 AM PST by verga (A nation divided by Zero!)
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To: Texas Eagle

You not only get a bunch of excuses; you get shamed and told that “the public schools are WONDERFUL!”. Also, told why you’re not “qualified” to teach your own kids - and told by public school teachers most of the time.


18 posted on 12/13/2012 7:40:52 AM PST by Twinkie
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To: verga
So you admit it is too LATE to fix it. STOP harassing and demeaning us homeschooler/unschoolers. We SAW that the system is broken and want no part of this disaster called "public education". We are finding a new way.

Many homeschoolers have developed co-ops which are totally run by the parents, NOT BUREAUCRATS, who do not get paid and are only interested in the future of their children. This is how education in America USED to take place BEFORE the take over. Time to stop romanticizing about public education and get real, it does not work and no amount of caring parents trying to change it will do squat. We are facing reality, why don't you try it??
19 posted on 12/13/2012 7:43:06 AM PST by UnRuley1
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To: metmom

Pour votre considération d’une “Ping”

Cheers!


20 posted on 12/13/2012 7:50:45 AM PST by DoctorBulldog (Obama sucks. End of story.)
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To: Mashood

WHY is Bill The terrorist Ayers still alive?


21 posted on 12/13/2012 7:59:32 AM PST by longfellow (Bill Maher, the 21st hijacker.)
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To: verga
I was educated in California public schools 65 years ago. The system was broken way back then.

Why would anyone take a chance a leave their child in an abusive atmosphere? How dare you accuse home schooling parents abandon the government schools when it is the other way around.

My granddaughter taught for one semester in the Memphis city schools. She was forced to quit because she expected the students to preform. Couldn't give the grade that the student actually earned, because it would look bad on the administrators.

22 posted on 12/13/2012 8:02:34 AM PST by Coldwater Creek (He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadows of the Almighty Psalm 91:)
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To: Kaslin

Fat bastard is living well in America. I don’t agree with his put down of zer0.
Zer0’s accomplished the take over of health care, debt that will never be able to be paid off and he’s not done, he’s coming for my savings plans IRA and 401K, the military is getting more assignments and downsized at the same time, entitlements are off the charts and growing.
Thats just to name a few

Not bad for a community activist/socialist/foreigner
and he has 4 more years left to do more damage.


23 posted on 12/13/2012 8:08:33 AM PST by reefdiver
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To: Mashood

Bill Ayers is still alive?

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Unfortunately, yes. And his movement is flourishing, as is clearly seen among the many indoctrinated morons among GenXers and later cohorts. Ayers and his gang have been hard at work for years in shaping the behavior of the electorate well before the voters have reach voting age.

They distort historical facts and undermine sexual morality in order to create their leftist utopia.


24 posted on 12/13/2012 8:12:00 AM PST by Bigg Red (Sorry, Mr. Franklin, I guess we couldn't keep it.)
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To: Kaslin

ping


25 posted on 12/13/2012 8:16:41 AM PST by Rich21IE
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To: verga

Tying life rafts to the Titanic was not going to keep it afloat.

There comes a time to abandon ship to save yourself and your family.


26 posted on 12/13/2012 8:32:49 AM PST by metmom (For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore & do not submit again to a yoke of slavery)
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To: verga

We can only hope that more parents follow suit and starve the beast.

It’s outlived its usefulness and it’s past time to shut the doors.

People who value an education will get one anyway, somehow. Those who don’t will not, even if they are forced to attend public indoctrination centers.


27 posted on 12/13/2012 8:34:58 AM PST by metmom (For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore & do not submit again to a yoke of slavery)
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To: DoctorBulldog; 2Jedismom; 6amgelsmama; AAABEST; aberaussie; AccountantMom; Aggie Mama; agrace; ...

ANOTHER REASON TO HOMESCHOOL

This ping list is for the “other” articles of interest to homeschoolers about education and public school. This can occasionally be a fairly high volume list. Articles pinged to the Another Reason to Homeschool List will be given the keyword of ARTH. (If I remember. If I forget, please feel free to add it yourself)

The main Homeschool Ping List handles the homeschool-specific articles. I hold both the Homeschool Ping List and the Another Reason to Homeschool Ping list. Please freepmail me to let me know if you would like to be added to or removed from either list, or both.

28 posted on 12/13/2012 8:37:00 AM PST by metmom (For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore & do not submit again to a yoke of slavery)
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To: livius
Public education has always been about shaping the proletariat, starting with Dewey and carried on through the progressive movement of his time.

This is a good point that needs to be propounded forcefully to the main victims of progressivism in the minority community. The reception will be lukewarm in the Mexican-American community (attitudes toward education are ambivalent; there's much more inclination to put kids to work fulltime in their teens "to help the family"), but the black community offers a genuine chance to illuminate the people about what has been done supposedly in their name and for their benefit.

The lead propounders need to be Bill Cosby, Ward Conerly, and Tom Sowell.

29 posted on 12/13/2012 8:41:51 AM PST by lentulusgracchus
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To: Kaslin

“When there’s movement on the ground, sh*t happens.”

The more they get away with, the more adolescent and self-satisfied they become.

IMHO


30 posted on 12/13/2012 9:51:46 AM PST by ripley
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To: Kaslin
Educators are paid to teach kids to read, write and think for themselves, not to brainwash them in revolutionary ideology.

This is a joke, right? Learning to read, write, and do basic math doesn't require an "educator." Any literate parent with a pulse, a copy of Alpha-Phonics, and some paper and pencils can do it. "Thinking for yourself" is a survival skill that everyone develops naturally, if they're not brainwashed into being drones.

An "educator" exists only to promote some ideology, because he's simply not needed to impart the majority of life's necessary skills. A big part of this country's problems trace back to the erroneous belief that we need "educators."

31 posted on 12/13/2012 9:54:55 AM PST by Tax-chick (I'm a nightmare, not a dream.)
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To: livius

As an elementary teacher, I was reprimanded by the principal who happened to walk by a spirited debate my third graders were having regaring the sale of arms to American Indian tribes.

All were participating, all were giving excellent arguments for their side. After the debate, some had changed sides, some hadn’t. When they asked what the right answer was to the issue, I told them that they had decided for themselves by thinking it through and debating it.

I was pulled aside and informed never to do that again and to teach strictly what was in the book. I left public education to teach in a private school for autistic children and then later whent on to HR.

I’ll never forget the day I was told not to teach children to think.


32 posted on 12/13/2012 10:20:56 AM PST by MWestMom ("And those that cried appease, appease were hung by those they tried to please" - Horace Mann)
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To: UnRuley1
So you admit it is too LATE to fix it. STOP harassing and demeaning us homeschooler/unschoolers. We SAW that the system is broken and want no part of this disaster called "public education". We are finding a new way.

It is only to late for the incapable or the unwilling.

33 posted on 12/13/2012 10:33:14 AM PST by verga (A nation divided by Zero!)
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To: Coldwater Creek

Look no further than the Communist Manifesto to see the inherent wrong with government schools.


34 posted on 12/13/2012 10:40:33 AM PST by Marathoner (Our forefathers would be shooting by now.)
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To: verga
If only some had stayed and tried to fix it before it was completely broken.

Believe me, verga, some of us did. It took me three years of beating my head against the wall of one of the best schools in our county to realize that parents can do nothing against the engine of the progressive teachers' colleges and universities and federal power in education. I wasn't going to sacrifice my kids to their goals.

35 posted on 12/13/2012 11:20:16 AM PST by aberaussie
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To: verga
If only some had stayed and tried to fix it before it was completely broken.

Fix it? The idea of "free" compulsory education is anti-freedom on its face, and it's obvious to any sane person why it doesn't work.

I was shocked to learn it is a part of so many state constitutions.

God bless my parents for the sacrifices they made to get me out.

36 posted on 12/13/2012 11:29:25 AM PST by Trailerpark Badass (So?)
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To: MWestMom

“Not thinking” is what public education is all about. I read just a couple of days ago that Obama (or whoever is behind him, since he’s not smart enough to do any of these things on his own) wants the Federal Government to develop a curriculum, complete with its own textbooks and readings, that will be imposed on all public schools across the country.


37 posted on 12/13/2012 11:39:41 AM PST by livius
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To: lentulusgracchus

Actually, I think Hispanics are lucky if they avoid the public education trap...in a sense, it’s better for a kid to go to work. They also have a bias towards self-employment (hence all the tiny lawn companies, roofing companies, snack bars, etc.). However, not having those pieces of paper can hold a kid up later if he decides he needs to advance in his job but doesn’t want to be self-employed. This has been a serious problem for Hispanic teenagers who have left school to work.

Catholic schools have been a great option for both black (usually non-Catholic) and Hispanic kids, although I think the Federal government is probably going to find a way to stamp them out, probably by imposing some kind of curriculum requirements (”gay is good,” for example) that they cannot accept.

Sadly, a lot of charter schools in minority neighborhoods, particularly black neighborhoods, have been really dismal failures, since the people running them were either totally obsessed with some black power message to the point of not being able to recall that they were there to teach basic ed, or simply weren’t capable of either running the school or teaching.

But there are some very good ones - I remember reading about a great charter school in Harlem that taught the kids Latin, because they felt that one of the big problems that black children faced was poor mastery of standard English, and that the thing to do was start from the ground up and teach them one of the root languages of English (which is a Germanic language, but of course heavily Latinized). It worked beautifully.

There’s nothing that makes minority kids intrinsically unable to learn, but having the teachers’ unions run around and say the schools are just fine (when they’re not) makes it seem as if this is a problem with the kids and not with the teachers, the system and the goals of public schools. (There are good teachers, btw, it’s just that in many cases they really can’t teach because of the last two items in the list, the system and the goals.)


38 posted on 12/13/2012 11:54:16 AM PST by livius
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To: austinaero

Exactly. When someone here tried to convince conservatives to march on D.C., too many posters said “don’t bother”. With that attitude, NOTHING will get done.


39 posted on 12/13/2012 12:03:21 PM PST by Amberdawn
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To: aberaussie
Believe me, verga, some of us did. It took me three years of beating my head against the wall of one of the best schools in our county to realize that parents can do nothing against the engine of the progressive teachers' colleges and universities and federal power in education. I wasn't going to sacrifice my kids to their goals.

See I am taking the opposite view I am willing to sacrifice myself, not just for your kids but every-ones kids.

40 posted on 12/13/2012 2:14:01 PM PST by verga (A nation divided by Zero!)
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To: verga

Have you ever read anything from John Holt, John Taylor Gatto or Charlotte Thompson Iserbyt? If not, perhaps by reading them you will begin to get an understanding of the philosophy of many of us homeschoolers. Forced schooling has no place in a free society. You can’t fix public education because it operates EXACTLY they way the designers intended, to destroy independent thought.


41 posted on 12/13/2012 5:04:01 PM PST by UnRuley1
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To: verga
See I am taking the opposite view I am willing to sacrifice myself, not just for your kids but every-ones kids.

Ah, yes, you *are* much more holy than I! Now, do you consider, now that my children have been successfully launched, my working as a substitute and as a tutor in the schools enough to redeem myself? Must also I get my certification (as has been suggested by more than one administrative type) and serve the system to which I am so opposed?

Unfortunately, I don't think I can. I love the students, I love most of the teachers, and I really love to teach. Sadly, I don't think what we do in our bloated, bureaucratic monstrosity of a educational system is good for children or for teachers. I will quote a teacher friend of mine from a comment he made on one of my Facebook posts. "...now education exists so that the students have a system to serve and tests to take." And my sister-in-law told me once that she was very offended at my view of the system she gave her life's work to serve. I want to help students learn how to learn and love learning. The system is just not set up that way and don't want to serve it. I will just do what I can help students and help teachers.

42 posted on 12/13/2012 5:50:52 PM PST by aberaussie
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43 posted on 12/13/2012 5:57:28 PM PST by narses
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44 posted on 12/13/2012 5:58:25 PM PST by narses
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To: UnRuley1
Forced schooling has no place in a free society.

There is no such thing as "forced" schooling!

You are free to send your children to any school that you like, Public, Private, Parochial, charter, magnet, or even homeschool. Your position has lost quite a bit of credence.

45 posted on 12/13/2012 6:28:06 PM PST by verga (A nation divided by Zero!)
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To: verga

so if we sent them to private school, we get our tax dollars back?


46 posted on 12/13/2012 6:35:10 PM PST by GeronL (http://asspos.blogspot.com)
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To: verga
There is no such thing as "forced" schooling!

Dang! Now you tell me! (Slapping my forehead in chagrin!) And to think of all those hours I spent getting my kids tested, putting together portfolios, and sending test scores and evaluations to the county! I could have just been minding my own business, enjoying learning with my kids and would have never had to worry about the truant officer showing up on my doorstep!

Next you will be telling me that I am not forced to *pay* for government schools!

47 posted on 12/13/2012 7:05:53 PM PST by aberaussie
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To: verga

“If only some had stayed and tried to fix it before it was completely broken.”

Disingenuous. As usual?


48 posted on 12/14/2012 1:58:10 AM PST by SecAmndmt (Arm yourselves!)
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To: GeronL
so if we sent them to private school, we get our tax dollars back?

Right after I get mine back for the roads I don't use.

49 posted on 12/14/2012 3:24:38 AM PST by verga (A nation divided by Zero!)
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To: SecAmndmt
Disingenuous. As usual?

I agree most of the homeschoolers on these threads are very disingenuous.

50 posted on 12/14/2012 3:26:49 AM PST by verga (A nation divided by Zero!)
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