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Re: OT: Politics [Was:Social Contract]

Matthias Julius wrote:
> "Roberto C. Sanchez" <roberto@familiasanchez.net> writes:
>>Then that's what you would do with private education.
> I thought you were suggesting home schooling.
Either private education or homeschool.  Either way, it's not like the
penalty levied on people now becuase they pay taxes for public
education, whether they use it (or ever would) or not.

>>Yes.  Please see my previous comments about the Postal Service as an
>>example of how this *could* work.  I still maintain that all private is
>>the way to go, but there are other ways it could work.  As long as the
>>proposed method doesn't involve forcible redistribution of wealth, I am
>>all for it.
> I'm afraid it would not work without it.  Do you want to base the
> education of children who's parents can not afford to pay for the
> education of their kids on voluntary redistribution of wealth, on
> charity?  Or how do you think it should be paid for?

I think it is the responsibility of the parent.  Just like feeding and
clothing a child.  What happens when a parent does not feed or cloth a
child?  The child is removed from the home for neglect and placed into
foster care.  I don't see why it should be any different for school.


Roberto C. Sanchez

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