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2009-06-28 Home Front: Politix
AZL: pols considering legislation to protect citizens from socialized medicine
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Posted by Anonymoose 2009-06-28 11:54|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [335 views ]  Top

#1 Years ago I "opted out" of the public education systems for our children, but that did NOT prevent me from having to pay the bloody property taxes for the corrupt, unionized, jobs-for-life systems and "free" nanny state breakfasts and lunches for the broods of others. No regrets regarding my decision however. None at all.
Posted by Besoeker 2009-06-28 12:08||   2009-06-28 12:08|| Front Page Top

#2 Besoeker - we did the same thing with our youngest daughter from third to sixth grade. We also supplemented her education once she returned to public schools. It seems to have worked pretty well for her. She at least has read the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, something most children (or adults) haven't done.
Posted by Old Patriot">Old Patriot  2009-06-28 16:54||]">[]  2009-06-28 16:54|| Front Page Top

#3 Yep state "health-care" can best be thought of as the nationalisation of the bodies of everyone in the country.
Posted by Bright Pebbles 2009-06-28 19:21||   2009-06-28 19:21|| Front Page Top

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