[Homestead] Political question, if I may
lurine at softcom.net
Sun Nov 12 14:18:37 EST 2006
No, hope! The public schools have succeeded and we are now repeating the
On another list a woman, mother of 5 (ages 2-10), good devout Christian (God
is her guiding light, so she tells us), asked if people could explain why
they were happy there had been a change and why they were unhappy with Bush.
She also seemed surprised when the conversation went from someone saying
something about Bush to the usual "Clinton did it first/just as bad." She
had never heard of Ruwanda or Drafur. And asked if we'd explain it all to
My question was "do you vote?" No answer. I'm afraid the answer is "yes."
People watch the ads on television and believe them. They don't do their
homework. They go in the booth and mark the party line. They do NOT
question authority! P.S. has succeeded!
----- Original Message -----
From: <Clansgian at wmconnect.com>
>I am hopeful, although it is an excedingly slim hope, that the Dems assert
> their power fully and that we have a Dem president next term, little odds
> This reminds me so much of discussions (elsewhere) about government
> When outlining the harm that schooling does, someone invariably
> that they know this or that teacher (ususally a relative) who is a good,
> dedicated person. So what?! The more dedicated they are to schooling the
> harm they are calling. It isn't that there are bad teachers, the whole
> is bad.
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