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Take YOUR Kid Out of School Without Permission? Court Will Take Your Furniture...or Jail Term.

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posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 02:43 PM
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originally posted by: Xtrozero

originally posted by: kaylaluv

A new report from the U.S. Department of Education documents that schools serving low-income students are being shortchanged because school districts across the country are inequitably distributing their state and local funds.

The analysis of new data on 2008-09 school-level expenditures shows that many high-poverty schools receive less than their fair share of state and local funding, leaving students in high-poverty schools with fewer resources than schools attended by their wealthier peers.


I understand that, but that doesn't make a good school bad or a bad school good. In many areas you could double the money for the schools and they will still be bad. If the neighborhood sucks so will the school. If due to your income you are forced to live in a location of high crime, drugs, dysfunctional families etc., money to the school is not going to make a difference and today you have zero choices other than to just suck it up hoping your kids don't get beat up or worst everyday of the week.



Parents are the key. Parents involvement with their kids is the key to a better education.

I don't think it is poor vs rich. I think it's culture vs culture.

I think whealthier people are more educated and put more value on education.

In AZ, my friend a grade school principle, said he had difficulty getting Mexican parents involved. Not that they didn't care, but they thought it was wrong for them to interfere with the school/teacher.




posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 02:53 PM
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originally posted by: kaylaluv
a reply to: Annee

Texas is very lenient with their home school laws (not surprising!). There is no required testing or state program. They just tell you that you have to teach the basics and high schoolers must have a civics course. But I don't believe they officially check that. A lot of people have moved here because of the state's hands-off approach to home schooling.


Home schooling scares me. I know you home school, but I also know you are an intelligent, insightful parent.

My sister-in-law home schooled her 2 kids in Wasington state. Whether a state law or her choice, they were registered with an official home school education service. They had to take and pass standardized tests monthly (I think).



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 03:23 PM
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Good to see the conversation go down the road of understanding that UK parents are free to home school if they wish and the parents in the OP entered into a contract with the local education authority when they enrolled their child in a local state school.
That contract included "unauthorised absence = £120 penalty"
It was a choice to enrol their child in a state school, a free choice, and all they had to do was say little Johnny was sick when they took him on holiday.
Stupid twats, and all the bleating on ATS is lame as #, everyone I know in the UK is laughing at the stupid parents.



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 06:02 PM
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originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: ArcticLights

originally posted by: Annee

But, if your child is enrolled in public school - - - taking them out is stealing from the government.



Wow. You also said "No Student = No Money".

So Let's review. They should be paid for a student that is not in attendance? Which means they provided zero service and/or resources to the student. I would call that stealing, no?

So it's the parent that is the thief? Not the school that is complaining about not getting paid for absolutely zero service and/or resources?

Gotcha...not twisted at all.


Registered student at specific school included in budget.

Tax money allotted to each student pays for services/resources for each student.

Student needs to be in attendance at school to use the services/resources tax paid for.

Services/resources for student already paid for. Funds pulled in student absence.

Who reimburses school for services/resources already paid for? Parents.

Parents/student stealing government funding.





No. Services and/or Resources that were paid for but not used SHOULD be reimbursed. Otherwise, like I said, it's theft. Not by the Parents, but by the School. LOL

eta: Although I do think the Parents should have notified and had everything straight with the School before such a long absence. Also my opinion would change if this was a regular or multiple occurrence.
edit on 4/12/2015 by ArcticLights because: eta


eta2: Also, let's remember that any funding pulled from the School stays in the System. Nothing has been "stolen".
edit on 4/12/2015 by ArcticLights because: eta2



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 06:12 PM
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originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: jude11

originally posted by: Annee
Here we go again.

Schools work on a very tight budget. They are paid only if student is in attendance.

You take your kid out of school - - you are stealing from the government.

You don't want your kid in a government school - - then pay for a private one.





um...wow.

So if I can't afford a private school because the Govt. takes most of my money for everything else, I have to hand over ownership of my child to the very same Govt. and then pay them again if I decide to take that same child out for a couple of days?

I think I got that right. ?

And as another poster just stated "Academy" must mean private school. In this case your argument just lost all traction.



Fact is Fact.

You enroll your child in public/government school - - - your child is the marker for payment. No Marker - No Payment.

Do you work? How would you feel if your work depended on someone being there? That person decides to take a week off - - you don't get paid.

You don't like it? Get a different job.

It is what it is.


I used to live in a communist country, and many of your comments eerily remind me of it.

So, serious question, are you a communist? you sound just like one.
edit on 12-4-2015 by acidsweep because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 06:15 PM
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TPTB need to ensure that all your kids are in the proper school system, being indoctrinated into the "proper" way of doing things, and having their minds closed and making sure they're turned into obedient sheeple.

If you don't want your kids indoctrinated into being "normal" and take them out of the system, they want to ensure that there are consequences.



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 06:20 PM
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If I ever have kids, they would be home schooled. Modern schools do NOT open minds of children, which was always the job of teachers.

Modern schools close minds instead of opening them, teach kids if they don't accept the "normal" ideas they'll be ostracized, and make sure that kids are following the norm instead of questioning everything.

Most of the biggest leaps in human history and knowledge were made because someone questioned the normal way of doing things, and were willing to stand up for what they believed in.

It's time to move away from just being a flock of sheeple that refuse to go against the flow.

My kids would be taught to write papers on "Given that this is what everyone accepts, tell me what might be an alternative point of view, and be prepared to defend that statement" in order to open their mind to possibilities and critical thinking.



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 06:24 PM
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People will have to seriously revolt and replace the government with one that works to solve a problem like this. It is a cancer that is growing and spreading world wide.



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 06:35 PM
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originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: jude11

originally posted by: Annee
Here we go again.

Schools work on a very tight budget. They are paid only if student is in attendance.

You take your kid out of school - - you are stealing from the government.

You don't want your kid in a government school - - then pay for a private one.





um...wow.

So if I can't afford a private school because the Govt. takes most of my money for everything else, I have to hand over ownership of my child to the very same Govt. and then pay them again if I decide to take that same child out for a couple of days?

I think I got that right. ?

And as another poster just stated "Academy" must mean private school. In this case your argument just lost all traction.



Fact is Fact.

You enroll your child in public/government school - - - your child is the marker for payment. No Marker - No Payment.

Do you work? How would you feel if your work depended on someone being there? That person decides to take a week off - - you don't get paid.

You don't like it? Get a different job.

It is what it is.


I used to live in a communist country, and many of your comments eerily remind me of it.

So, serious question, are you a communist? you sound just like one.


Am I giving an opinion in any thing I'm saying?

NO! I'm stating what is.



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 06:46 PM
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originally posted by: babybunnies
If I ever have kids, they would be home schooled. Modern schools do NOT open minds of children, which was always the job of teachers.


If you ever have kids.

Reminds me of Dr. Spock, the "baby doctor". He had all this advice for parents. Then he got married and acquired a teen step-daughter. After that he said: "Forget everything I said, I was wrong".

The reality of raising kids and the idealism is not the same. Not even close.

We have a society. Society in some form is always going to be there.

Do you raise a child with your ideology? Or do you raise a child to fit their future?



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 06:49 PM
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originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: jude11

originally posted by: Annee
Here we go again.

Schools work on a very tight budget. They are paid only if student is in attendance.

You take your kid out of school - - you are stealing from the government.

You don't want your kid in a government school - - then pay for a private one.





um...wow.

So if I can't afford a private school because the Govt. takes most of my money for everything else, I have to hand over ownership of my child to the very same Govt. and then pay them again if I decide to take that same child out for a couple of days?

I think I got that right. ?

And as another poster just stated "Academy" must mean private school. In this case your argument just lost all traction.



Fact is Fact.

You enroll your child in public/government school - - - your child is the marker for payment. No Marker - No Payment.

Do you work? How would you feel if your work depended on someone being there? That person decides to take a week off - - you don't get paid.

You don't like it? Get a different job.

It is what it is.


I used to live in a communist country, and many of your comments eerily remind me of it.

So, serious question, are you a communist? you sound just like one.


Am I giving an opinion in any thing I'm saying?

NO! I'm stating what is.


I never said you gave an opinion on anything (even though you very well may have, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt). But, I must digress back to my original question that wasn't answered. Are you a communist? Because the more I read your comments, the more you sound like one (or at least think like one).

I'm not trying to offend you, it's a legitimate question.



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 06:55 PM
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originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: jude11

originally posted by: Annee
Here we go again.

Schools work on a very tight budget. They are paid only if student is in attendance.

You take your kid out of school - - you are stealing from the government.

You don't want your kid in a government school - - then pay for a private one.





um...wow.

So if I can't afford a private school because the Govt. takes most of my money for everything else, I have to hand over ownership of my child to the very same Govt. and then pay them again if I decide to take that same child out for a couple of days?

I think I got that right. ?

And as another poster just stated "Academy" must mean private school. In this case your argument just lost all traction.



Fact is Fact.

You enroll your child in public/government school - - - your child is the marker for payment. No Marker - No Payment.

Do you work? How would you feel if your work depended on someone being there? That person decides to take a week off - - you don't get paid.

You don't like it? Get a different job.

It is what it is.


I used to live in a communist country, and many of your comments eerily remind me of it.

So, serious question, are you a communist? you sound just like one.


Am I giving an opinion in any thing I'm saying?

NO! I'm stating what is.


I never said you gave an opinion on anything (even though you very well may have, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt). But, I must digress back to my original question that wasn't answered. Are you a communist? Because the more I read your comments, the more you sound like one (or at least think like one).

I'm not trying to offend you, it's a legitimate question.


You're gonna need to be more specific on exactly what statements I made that you are referring to. Stating how things are --- has noting to do with my personal opinion on them.

Communist or Communist country? They are not exactly the same thing. So be very specific on what you mean.



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 06:56 PM
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originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: jude11

originally posted by: Annee
Here we go again.

Schools work on a very tight budget. They are paid only if student is in attendance.

You take your kid out of school - - you are stealing from the government.

You don't want your kid in a government school - - then pay for a private one.





um...wow.

So if I can't afford a private school because the Govt. takes most of my money for everything else, I have to hand over ownership of my child to the very same Govt. and then pay them again if I decide to take that same child out for a couple of days?

I think I got that right. ?

And as another poster just stated "Academy" must mean private school. In this case your argument just lost all traction.



Fact is Fact.

You enroll your child in public/government school - - - your child is the marker for payment. No Marker - No Payment.

Do you work? How would you feel if your work depended on someone being there? That person decides to take a week off - - you don't get paid.

You don't like it? Get a different job.

It is what it is.


I used to live in a communist country, and many of your comments eerily remind me of it.

So, serious question, are you a communist? you sound just like one.


Am I giving an opinion in any thing I'm saying?

NO! I'm stating what is.


I never said you gave an opinion on anything (even though you very well may have, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt). But, I must digress back to my original question that wasn't answered. Are you a communist? Because the more I read your comments, the more you sound like one (or at least think like one).

I'm not trying to offend you, it's a legitimate question.


You're gonna need to be more specific on exactly what statements I made that you are referring to. Stating how things are --- has noting to do with my personal opinion on them.

Communist or Communist country? They are not exactly the same thing. So be very specific on what you mean.





My question was pretty clear.

Anyways, I think I got my answer.
edit on 12-4-2015 by acidsweep because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 07:17 PM
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originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: jude11

originally posted by: Annee
Here we go again.

Schools work on a very tight budget. They are paid only if student is in attendance.

You take your kid out of school - - you are stealing from the government.

You don't want your kid in a government school - - then pay for a private one.





um...wow.

So if I can't afford a private school because the Govt. takes most of my money for everything else, I have to hand over ownership of my child to the very same Govt. and then pay them again if I decide to take that same child out for a couple of days?

I think I got that right. ?

And as another poster just stated "Academy" must mean private school. In this case your argument just lost all traction.



Fact is Fact.

You enroll your child in public/government school - - - your child is the marker for payment. No Marker - No Payment.

Do you work? How would you feel if your work depended on someone being there? That person decides to take a week off - - you don't get paid.

You don't like it? Get a different job.

It is what it is.


I used to live in a communist country, and many of your comments eerily remind me of it.

So, serious question, are you a communist? you sound just like one.


Am I giving an opinion in any thing I'm saying?

NO! I'm stating what is.


I never said you gave an opinion on anything (even though you very well may have, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt). But, I must digress back to my original question that wasn't answered. Are you a communist? Because the more I read your comments, the more you sound like one (or at least think like one).

I'm not trying to offend you, it's a legitimate question.


You're gonna need to be more specific on exactly what statements I made that you are referring to. Stating how things are --- has noting to do with my personal opinion on them.

Communist or Communist country? They are not exactly the same thing. So be very specific on what you mean.





My question was pretty clear.

Anyways, I think I got my answer. Thanks, commie.


No, your question is not clear. What you're trying to get me to say is I support Socialism.

What Communist country are you from?

Pure Communism and what some countries adopted calling it Communism vary in its implication.



Communism includes a variety of schools of thought, which broadly include Marxism, anarchism (anarchist communism) and the political ideologies grouped around both. All these hold in common the analysis that the current order of society stems from its economic system, capitalism, that in this system, there are two major social classes: the proletariat – who must work to survive, and who make up a majority of society – and the capitalist class – a minority who derive profit from employing the proletariat, through private ownership of the means of production, and that political, social and economic conflict between these two classes will trigger a fundamental change in the economic system, and by extension a wide-ranging transformation of society. The primary element which will enable this transformation, according to communism, is the social ownership of the means of production. en.m.wikipedia.org...



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 07:19 PM
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originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: jude11

originally posted by: Annee
Here we go again.

Schools work on a very tight budget. They are paid only if student is in attendance.

You take your kid out of school - - you are stealing from the government.

You don't want your kid in a government school - - then pay for a private one.





um...wow.

So if I can't afford a private school because the Govt. takes most of my money for everything else, I have to hand over ownership of my child to the very same Govt. and then pay them again if I decide to take that same child out for a couple of days?

I think I got that right. ?

And as another poster just stated "Academy" must mean private school. In this case your argument just lost all traction.



Fact is Fact.

You enroll your child in public/government school - - - your child is the marker for payment. No Marker - No Payment.

Do you work? How would you feel if your work depended on someone being there? That person decides to take a week off - - you don't get paid.

You don't like it? Get a different job.

It is what it is.


I used to live in a communist country, and many of your comments eerily remind me of it.

So, serious question, are you a communist? you sound just like one.


Am I giving an opinion in any thing I'm saying?

NO! I'm stating what is.


I never said you gave an opinion on anything (even though you very well may have, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt). But, I must digress back to my original question that wasn't answered. Are you a communist? Because the more I read your comments, the more you sound like one (or at least think like one).

I'm not trying to offend you, it's a legitimate question.


You're gonna need to be more specific on exactly what statements I made that you are referring to. Stating how things are --- has noting to do with my personal opinion on them.

Communist or Communist country? They are not exactly the same thing. So be very specific on what you mean.





My question was pretty clear.

Anyways, I think I got my answer. Thanks, commie.


No, your question is not clear. What you're trying to get me to say is I support Socialism.

What Communist country are you from?

Pure Communism and what some countries adopted calling it Communism vary in its implication.



Communism includes a variety of schools of thought, which broadly include Marxism, anarchism (anarchist communism) and the political ideologies grouped around both. All these hold in common the analysis that the current order of society stems from its economic system, capitalism, that in this system, there are two major social classes: the proletariat – who must work to survive, and who make up a majority of society – and the capitalist class – a minority who derive profit from employing the proletariat, through private ownership of the means of production, and that political, social and economic conflict between these two classes will trigger a fundamental change in the economic system, and by extension a wide-ranging transformation of society. The primary element which will enable this transformation, according to communism, is the social ownership of the means of production. en.m.wikipedia.org...



I asked you a Yes or No question. I can't help you read.

We both know what I was asking. So a simple yes or no would suffice, no need to complicate and draw it out.
edit on 12-4-2015 by acidsweep because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 07:28 PM
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a reply to: Cuervo

That's not the point. It is my child and I say where, when, what, why and how, not some teacher, principal or school board. If I want my child to miss school For Any Reason I See Fit, it's none of their business and there's nothing they should be able to do about it. This is nothing but heavy handed "we know best" government BS



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 07:34 PM
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originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: jude11

originally posted by: Annee
Here we go again.

Schools work on a very tight budget. They are paid only if student is in attendance.

You take your kid out of school - - you are stealing from the government.

You don't want your kid in a government school - - then pay for a private one.





um...wow.

So if I can't afford a private school because the Govt. takes most of my money for everything else, I have to hand over ownership of my child to the very same Govt. and then pay them again if I decide to take that same child out for a couple of days?

I think I got that right. ?

And as another poster just stated "Academy" must mean private school. In this case your argument just lost all traction.



Fact is Fact.

You enroll your child in public/government school - - - your child is the marker for payment. No Marker - No Payment.

Do you work? How would you feel if your work depended on someone being there? That person decides to take a week off - - you don't get paid.

You don't like it? Get a different job.

It is what it is.


I used to live in a communist country, and many of your comments eerily remind me of it.

So, serious question, are you a communist? you sound just like one.


Am I giving an opinion in any thing I'm saying?

NO! I'm stating what is.


I never said you gave an opinion on anything (even though you very well may have, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt). But, I must digress back to my original question that wasn't answered. Are you a communist? Because the more I read your comments, the more you sound like one (or at least think like one).

I'm not trying to offend you, it's a legitimate question.


You're gonna need to be more specific on exactly what statements I made that you are referring to. Stating how things are --- has noting to do with my personal opinion on them.

Communist or Communist country? They are not exactly the same thing. So be very specific on what you mean.





My question was pretty clear.

Anyways, I think I got my answer. Thanks, commie.


No, your question is not clear. What you're trying to get me to say is I support Socialism.

What Communist country are you from?

Pure Communism and what some countries adopted calling it Communism vary in its implication.



Communism includes a variety of schools of thought, which broadly include Marxism, anarchism (anarchist communism) and the political ideologies grouped around both. All these hold in common the analysis that the current order of society stems from its economic system, capitalism, that in this system, there are two major social classes: the proletariat – who must work to survive, and who make up a majority of society – and the capitalist class – a minority who derive profit from employing the proletariat, through private ownership of the means of production, and that political, social and economic conflict between these two classes will trigger a fundamental change in the economic system, and by extension a wide-ranging transformation of society. The primary element which will enable this transformation, according to communism, is the social ownership of the means of production. en.m.wikipedia.org...



I asked you a Yes or No question. I can't help you read.

We both know what I was asking. So a simple yes or no would suffice, no need to complicate and draw it out.


Your question would only be relevant if I was expressing by personal opinion.

Which I wasn't.



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 07:44 PM
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originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: jude11

originally posted by: Annee
Here we go again.

Schools work on a very tight budget. They are paid only if student is in attendance.

You take your kid out of school - - you are stealing from the government.

You don't want your kid in a government school - - then pay for a private one.





um...wow.

So if I can't afford a private school because the Govt. takes most of my money for everything else, I have to hand over ownership of my child to the very same Govt. and then pay them again if I decide to take that same child out for a couple of days?

I think I got that right. ?

And as another poster just stated "Academy" must mean private school. In this case your argument just lost all traction.



Fact is Fact.

You enroll your child in public/government school - - - your child is the marker for payment. No Marker - No Payment.

Do you work? How would you feel if your work depended on someone being there? That person decides to take a week off - - you don't get paid.

You don't like it? Get a different job.

It is what it is.


I used to live in a communist country, and many of your comments eerily remind me of it.

So, serious question, are you a communist? you sound just like one.


Am I giving an opinion in any thing I'm saying?

NO! I'm stating what is.


I never said you gave an opinion on anything (even though you very well may have, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt). But, I must digress back to my original question that wasn't answered. Are you a communist? Because the more I read your comments, the more you sound like one (or at least think like one).

I'm not trying to offend you, it's a legitimate question.


You're gonna need to be more specific on exactly what statements I made that you are referring to. Stating how things are --- has noting to do with my personal opinion on them.

Communist or Communist country? They are not exactly the same thing. So be very specific on what you mean.





My question was pretty clear.

Anyways, I think I got my answer. Thanks, commie.


No, your question is not clear. What you're trying to get me to say is I support Socialism.

What Communist country are you from?

Pure Communism and what some countries adopted calling it Communism vary in its implication.



Communism includes a variety of schools of thought, which broadly include Marxism, anarchism (anarchist communism) and the political ideologies grouped around both. All these hold in common the analysis that the current order of society stems from its economic system, capitalism, that in this system, there are two major social classes: the proletariat – who must work to survive, and who make up a majority of society – and the capitalist class – a minority who derive profit from employing the proletariat, through private ownership of the means of production, and that political, social and economic conflict between these two classes will trigger a fundamental change in the economic system, and by extension a wide-ranging transformation of society. The primary element which will enable this transformation, according to communism, is the social ownership of the means of production. en.m.wikipedia.org...



I asked you a Yes or No question. I can't help you read.

We both know what I was asking. So a simple yes or no would suffice, no need to complicate and draw it out.


Your question would only be relevant if I was expressing by personal opinion.

Which I wasn't.


Your opinion was expressed through your words. You've been asking irrelevant questions to evade mine.
edit on 12-4-2015 by acidsweep because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 07:50 PM
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originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: jude11

originally posted by: Annee
Here we go again.

Schools work on a very tight budget. They are paid only if student is in attendance.

You take your kid out of school - - you are stealing from the government.

You don't want your kid in a government school - - then pay for a private one.





um...wow.

So if I can't afford a private school because the Govt. takes most of my money for everything else, I have to hand over ownership of my child to the very same Govt. and then pay them again if I decide to take that same child out for a couple of days?

I think I got that right. ?

And as another poster just stated "Academy" must mean private school. In this case your argument just lost all traction.



Fact is Fact.

You enroll your child in public/government school - - - your child is the marker for payment. No Marker - No Payment.

Do you work? How would you feel if your work depended on someone being there? That person decides to take a week off - - you don't get paid.

You don't like it? Get a different job.

It is what it is.


I used to live in a communist country, and many of your comments eerily remind me of it.

So, serious question, are you a communist? you sound just like one.


Am I giving an opinion in any thing I'm saying?

NO! I'm stating what is.


I never said you gave an opinion on anything (even though you very well may have, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt). But, I must digress back to my original question that wasn't answered. Are you a communist? Because the more I read your comments, the more you sound like one (or at least think like one).

I'm not trying to offend you, it's a legitimate question.


You're gonna need to be more specific on exactly what statements I made that you are referring to. Stating how things are --- has noting to do with my personal opinion on them.

Communist or Communist country? They are not exactly the same thing. So be very specific on what you mean.





My question was pretty clear.

Anyways, I think I got my answer. Thanks, commie.


No, your question is not clear. What you're trying to get me to say is I support Socialism.

What Communist country are you from?

Pure Communism and what some countries adopted calling it Communism vary in its implication.



Communism includes a variety of schools of thought, which broadly include Marxism, anarchism (anarchist communism) and the political ideologies grouped around both. All these hold in common the analysis that the current order of society stems from its economic system, capitalism, that in this system, there are two major social classes: the proletariat – who must work to survive, and who make up a majority of society – and the capitalist class – a minority who derive profit from employing the proletariat, through private ownership of the means of production, and that political, social and economic conflict between these two classes will trigger a fundamental change in the economic system, and by extension a wide-ranging transformation of society. The primary element which will enable this transformation, according to communism, is the social ownership of the means of production. en.m.wikipedia.org...



I asked you a Yes or No question. I can't help you read.

We both know what I was asking. So a simple yes or no would suffice, no need to complicate and draw it out.


Your question would only be relevant if I was expressing by personal opinion.

Which I wasn't.


Your opinion was expressed through your words. You've been asking irrelevant questions to evade mine.


You're wrong.

I asked for specifics. Which you refuse to supply.



posted on Apr, 12 2015 @ 08:04 PM
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originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: acidsweep

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: jude11

originally posted by: Annee
Here we go again.

Schools work on a very tight budget. They are paid only if student is in attendance.

You take your kid out of school - - you are stealing from the government.

You don't want your kid in a government school - - then pay for a private one.





um...wow.

So if I can't afford a private school because the Govt. takes most of my money for everything else, I have to hand over ownership of my child to the very same Govt. and then pay them again if I decide to take that same child out for a couple of days?

I think I got that right. ?

And as another poster just stated "Academy" must mean private school. In this case your argument just lost all traction.



Fact is Fact.

You enroll your child in public/government school - - - your child is the marker for payment. No Marker - No Payment.

Do you work? How would you feel if your work depended on someone being there? That person decides to take a week off - - you don't get paid.

You don't like it? Get a different job.

It is what it is.


I used to live in a communist country, and many of your comments eerily remind me of it.

So, serious question, are you a communist? you sound just like one.


Am I giving an opinion in any thing I'm saying?

NO! I'm stating what is.


I never said you gave an opinion on anything (even though you very well may have, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt). But, I must digress back to my original question that wasn't answered. Are you a communist? Because the more I read your comments, the more you sound like one (or at least think like one).

I'm not trying to offend you, it's a legitimate question.


You're gonna need to be more specific on exactly what statements I made that you are referring to. Stating how things are --- has noting to do with my personal opinion on them.

Communist or Communist country? They are not exactly the same thing. So be very specific on what you mean.





My question was pretty clear.

Anyways, I think I got my answer. Thanks, commie.


No, your question is not clear. What you're trying to get me to say is I support Socialism.

What Communist country are you from?

Pure Communism and what some countries adopted calling it Communism vary in its implication.



Communism includes a variety of schools of thought, which broadly include Marxism, anarchism (anarchist communism) and the political ideologies grouped around both. All these hold in common the analysis that the current order of society stems from its economic system, capitalism, that in this system, there are two major social classes: the proletariat – who must work to survive, and who make up a majority of society – and the capitalist class – a minority who derive profit from employing the proletariat, through private ownership of the means of production, and that political, social and economic conflict between these two classes will trigger a fundamental change in the economic system, and by extension a wide-ranging transformation of society. The primary element which will enable this transformation, according to communism, is the social ownership of the means of production. en.m.wikipedia.org...



I asked you a Yes or No question. I can't help you read.

We both know what I was asking. So a simple yes or no would suffice, no need to complicate and draw it out.


Your question would only be relevant if I was expressing by personal opinion.

Which I wasn't.


Your opinion was expressed through your words. You've been asking irrelevant questions to evade mine.


You're wrong.

I asked for specifics. Which you refuse to supply.


Wrong you say? you can continue to believe that, marxist.




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