"Attorney General Holder is trying to seek dismissal of this case because he believes that targeting specific groups in the name of tolerance is within the normal legitimate functions of government," Michael Farris, chairman of HSLDA, says, according to Townhall.com. "This cannot be the ultimate position of the United States without denying the essence of our commitment to liberty."
On Patheos.com, one blogger says, "If we could fix the immigration system so that the Romeikes could simply and easily move to the U.S. legally without having to apply for asylum, this problem would go away."
The blogger also says that "because of the ease with which people can move from one country to another within the European Union, the Romeikes could have simply moved to France or Switzerland or Austria, where home-schooling is legal."
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