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Published: Saturday, March 16 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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one old man
Ogden, UT

The Public Good?

Nonsense.

Every good conservative knows that Public Good is just liberal code for more handouts to those who are part of that horrible 47 percent.

TeaPublican
Houston, TX

Don't you understand that we don't want to put any money into PUBLIC schools? Pat Robertson, one of the faces of our Republican Party, says that liberals are using public schools just like Communists in Russia and China used prison camps: “If people won’t accept it, the Russians were willing to put them in gulags; the Chinese have been willing to put them in prisons. Here in America, the liberals think they’ve got them in school and they want to indoctrinate them and force them into a mindset that is contrary to what their parents believe.” No way are any of these public schools or their teachers ever going to get the support of our Republican Party! These public schools are trying to trying to turn our own children against us! Stand up and be a true American Patriot and stop these schools in their tracks! This is one of the reasons why Rand Paul says he wants to eliminate the Department of Education We TeaPublicans will take back America in 2014 and 2016 and we WILL take back our public schools too!

EJM
Herriman, UT

@TeaPublican: Really? With all due respect please come to my school for a day and lets see where the brainwashing and indoctrination is taking place because I have been looking and for the life of me all I see are teachers trying to help our students prepare for life after high school. You know, joining the military to protect our country. Going to college to become better educated and more prepared to join the workforce. Oh, yeah teaching them how to be more involved in their communities by taking care of those less fortunate. Teaching them the importance of voting and being a good American. Part of which is realizing that we are not going to agree on everything but that reasonable people can find consensus without yelling "fire" all the time.

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