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RE[5]: Porn
by umccullough on Fri 20th Jan 2012 01:57 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Porn"
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The goverment is already helping you to rise your kids dummy, all those public schools, all those laws, you know whay are there for? So, make some valid arguments.

You assume I actually use public schools (admittedly, I do, but I didn't always - we have tried home schooling, private schooling, and charter schools before we finally gave in - and even then, we had them transferred to a specific district).

I really don't want the government deciding *what* my kids are allowed to learn, however. So we spend a lot of time un-teaching what they do learn at school, which is quite obnoxious. The brainwashing is pretty bad sometimes.

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