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Originally posted by KnawLick
reply to post by grey580
And I went on to say....
".....I didn't say it didn't happen. That doesn't change the fact its illegal and in admissible in court. The parent is the equivalent of a lawyer for adults...."
Originally posted by ScatterBrain
See I think your error here is thinking I agree with this blatant abuse of the law, I do not. What my claim is that legislation has been put forth decades ago that in fact, detailed out the governments intentions. People did protest this legislation back then (to what was stated in the written legislation), and using the same pattern government has always used, they lied about their intentions even though the legislation indicated otherwise. Now whose fault is it when there is legislation is vague and the government says trust them? Are we ever going to learn to accept responsibility when we decide to trust known liars for the sake of some convenience or benefit? They are doing exactly what people protested about when they introduced this legislation, only problem is most believed the government lies rather than the parents who actually saw what the legislation meant. They didn't hide the written language of the legislation they passed, it's all right there and people voted for it. *shrugsedit on 19-6-2012 by ScatterBrain because: (no reason given)
reply to post by Bone75
Fair enough and I agree. I also apologize for my condescending tone, but you could've spared yourself a lot of ridicule by simply stating your case in the first place. -Peace
reply to post by Domo1
Not one parent who has their child in public school has a legitimate reason to complain about this.
Not everyone can afford private school or homeschooling. What a stupid response.
reply to post by KnawLick
If the search wasn't done by police how do you figure its not a SERIOUS breach of sexual boundaries?.... Image a principal calling your son into his office and telling him to strip down to his boxers.... Maybe I'm an overprotective parent, but if a police officer wasn't present, I'd be exchanging blows with this "principal".
reply to post by Bone75
Well I can't speculate as to what your intentions were, what I can tell you is you provoked anger. As for discussion... well I guess this thread speaks for it's self.