Proposal to allow schools to report g@ys

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#1 Posted by br0kenrabbit (13056 posts) -

Story

Aaaaaaand....this is why the current Republican party will not survive. Hate and prejudice all around.

Excerpt:

Under the measure sponsored by Sen. Stacey Campfield of Knoxville, a school counselor, nurse or principal can inform parents if their children's "circumstances present immediate and urgent safety issues involving human sexuality."

Campfield told reporters on Wednesday that he considers the "act of homosexuality" to be dangerous to a child's health and safety.

:roll:

#3 Posted by MakeMeaSammitch (3949 posts) -

Oh republicans. Just can't get out of the 50s....

#4 Posted by Laihendi (5828 posts) -
Another example of why the government shouldn't be controlling the schools.
#6 Posted by WolfattheDoor34 (3278 posts) -
seems entirely reasonable tbh
#7 Posted by Laihendi (5828 posts) -
[QUOTE="Laihendi"]Another example of why the government shouldn't be controlling the schools.dave123321
Have you worked on that essay?

No not yet.
#8 Posted by theone86 (20555 posts) -

Another example of why the government shouldn't be controlling the schools.Laihendi
Republican blueprint: make public schools a horrible place for homosexuals, cite the fact that they are a horrible place as a reason for them to be shut down, brilliant!

#9 Posted by wis3boi (31465 posts) -

Tell your state to move into 2013 please. Or the entire right wing as well

#10 Posted by Laihendi (5828 posts) -

[QUOTE="Laihendi"]Another example of why the government shouldn't be controlling the schools.theone86

Republican blueprint: make public schools a horrible place for homosexuals, cite the fact that they are a horrible place as a reason for them to be shut down, brilliant!

I am not a republican. Republicans are statists and they cannot be trusted to act in our best interests. They should not be controlling education in this country. The same applies to democrats.
#11 Posted by SirWander (5176 posts) -

smh; Republicans ought to have something better to do, like creating jobs, instead of persecuting homosexuals.

Have you worked on that essay?dave123321

stop intentionally derailing threads. 

#12 Posted by Laihendi (5828 posts) -
And I am not saying schools should necessarily be shut down, just that they should be privately funded.
#13 Posted by theone86 (20555 posts) -

[QUOTE="theone86"]

[QUOTE="Laihendi"]Another example of why the government shouldn't be controlling the schools.Laihendi

Republican blueprint: make public schools a horrible place for homosexuals, cite the fact that they are a horrible place as a reason for them to be shut down, brilliant!

I am not a republican. Republicans are statists and they cannot be trusted to act in our best interests. They should not be controlling education in this country. The same applies to democrats.

I think the point still stands that there are people like this senator who are actively making public schools a sh*ttier place for homosexuals, and your response is to blame the public schools.  I mean let's not stop acting like complete f*ckwads towards homosexuals when we're in a public elected office, let's just attack the system itself, that makes total f*cking sense :roll:

#14 Posted by br0kenrabbit (13056 posts) -

And I am not saying schools should necessarily be shut down, just that they should be privately funded.Laihendi

You should visit Appalachia someday after you grow up. There's whole areas out here that couldn't collectively afford a screwdriver.

I went through my teens where I thought I had all the answers, too. Then I grew up and realized how stupid teens are.

 

#15 Posted by cheese_game619 (13316 posts) -
[QUOTE="dave123321"]Have you worked on that essay?SirWander
stop intentionally derailing threads.

yeah shut up dave
#16 Posted by LordQuorthon (5348 posts) -

Good. It is in the people's best interests to know which kids have homosexual tendencies and, most of all, what kind of dangerous super powers homosexuality bestows upon them. 

#17 Posted by DaJuicyMan (3517 posts) -

Now that is how you get a kid to shoot up his/her school.. Hunt out the gays, and expose them!

Idiots..

#18 Posted by dave123321 (34134 posts) -

smh; Republicans ought to have something better to do, like creating jobs, instead of persecuting homosexuals.

[QUOTE="dave123321"]Have you worked on that essay?SirWander

stop intentionally derailing threads. 

I am not trying to derail anything
#19 Posted by dave123321 (34134 posts) -
Such an idiotic and infuriating proposal
#20 Posted by Laihendi (5828 posts) -

[QUOTE="Laihendi"][QUOTE="theone86"]Republican blueprint: make public schools a horrible place for homosexuals, cite the fact that they are a horrible place as a reason for them to be shut down, brilliant!

theone86

I am not a republican. Republicans are statists and they cannot be trusted to act in our best interests. They should not be controlling education in this country. The same applies to democrats.

I think the point still stands that there are people like this senator who are actively making public schools a sh*ttier place for homosexuals, and your response is to blame the public schools.  I mean let's not stop acting like complete f*ckwads towards homosexuals when we're in a public elected office, let's just attack the system itself, that makes total f*cking sense :roll:

Public schools are an extension of the government. Politicians use public schools as tools to carry out their social agendas.
#21 Posted by applesxc47 (10761 posts) -

These people are a disgrace.

Ignorant people, not homosexuals.

#22 Posted by br0kenrabbit (13056 posts) -

Tell your state to move into 2013 please. Or the entire right wing as well

wis3boi

 

Uughhhhhh.......... :evil:

#23 Posted by theone86 (20555 posts) -

And I am not saying schools should necessarily be shut down, just that they should be privately funded.Laihendi

Yeah, because that hasn't ever worked out poorly.  I just love the isntances we have of private funding in education so far, like when businesses have sponsored schools in exchange for being able to push their own agenda-laden textbooks into the classroom.  But oh no, the liberals and their big government are the ones trying to indoctrinate everything with their crazy science and all, can't have children learning that.  Oh yeah, and why aren't our kids scoring higher in math and science?  It must be those damn liberals and their public schools, better pass another bullsh*t law that demands higher standards with less funding like NCLB and keep testing these kids to death.

Out of true curiosity, what's it like to have nothing but air between your ears?  Can you stick a candle in there and light yourself up like a jack-o-latern on Haloween?

#24 Posted by Laihendi (5828 posts) -

[QUOTE="Laihendi"]And I am not saying schools should necessarily be shut down, just that they should be privately funded.br0kenrabbit

You should visit Appalachia someday after you grow up. There's whole areas out here that couldn't collectively afford a screwdriver.

I went through my teens where I thought I had all the answers, too. Then I grew up and realized how stupid teens are.

 

Clearly public education isn't working for them.
#25 Posted by SirWander (5176 posts) -

I am not trying to derail anything dave123321

am cautious of response, will take at face value though.

This proposal isn't going to deter people from being gay just make them more seclusive.

#26 Posted by br0kenrabbit (13056 posts) -

Clearly public education isn't working for them.Laihendi

Actually, the kids perform quite well on testing. But the parents can't move because moving isn't free, there are few jobs in the area, none pay well, and so on.

#27 Posted by theone86 (20555 posts) -

[QUOTE="theone86"]

[QUOTE="Laihendi"] I am not a republican. Republicans are statists and they cannot be trusted to act in our best interests. They should not be controlling education in this country. The same applies to democrats.Laihendi

I think the point still stands that there are people like this senator who are actively making public schools a sh*ttier place for homosexuals, and your response is to blame the public schools.  I mean let's not stop acting like complete f*ckwads towards homosexuals when we're in a public elected office, let's just attack the system itself, that makes total f*cking sense :roll:

Public schools are an extension of the government. Politicians use public schools as tools to carry out their social agendas.

Right, so you're not blaming the politicians who are doing that, you're blaming the system.  You're shifting the blame off of the very people who are abusing the system instead of trying to fix the system.  Private enterprise also uses schools as tools to carry out social agendas, the difference with public schools is that the electorate actually has the power to counter-act this in some way.

#28 Posted by br0kenrabbit (13056 posts) -

 

Out of true curiosity, what's it like to have nothing but air between your ears?  Can you stick a candle in there and light yourself up like a jack-o-latern on Haloween?

theone86

Not enough oxygen.

#29 Posted by Laihendi (5828 posts) -

[QUOTE="Laihendi"]And I am not saying schools should necessarily be shut down, just that they should be privately funded.theone86

Yeah, because that hasn't ever worked out poorly.  I just love the isntances we have of private funding in education so far, like when businesses have sponsored schools in exchange for being able to push their own agenda-laden textbooks into the classroom.  But oh no, the liberals and their big government are the ones trying to indoctrinate everything with their crazy science and all, can't have children learning that.  Oh yeah, and why aren't our kids scoring higher in math and science?  It must be those damn liberals and their public schools, better pass another bullsh*t law that demands higher standards with less funding like NCLB and keep testing these kids to death.

Out of true curiosity, what's it like to have nothing but air between your ears?  Can you stick a candle in there and light yourself up like a jack-o-latern on Haloween?

It is clear that ideas that do not exist within your socialist bubble-reality make you uncomfortable. You don't need a government mandate to teach science and math. If you privatize education then schools will teach what their communities want taught. Communities that value math and science will learn about math and science. NCLB has nothing to do with privatization of schools.
#30 Posted by IdioticIcarus (2242 posts) -

Is this really the most important thing a senator should be working on?

The whole thing is ridiculous.

 

 

#31 Posted by MakeMeaSammitch (3949 posts) -

Jesus Crist you're stupid lai.

#32 Posted by Laihendi (5828 posts) -

[QUOTE="Laihendi"][QUOTE="theone86"]

I think the point still stands that there are people like this senator who are actively making public schools a sh*ttier place for homosexuals, and your response is to blame the public schools.  I mean let's not stop acting like complete f*ckwads towards homosexuals when we're in a public elected office, let's just attack the system itself, that makes total f*cking sense :roll:

theone86

Public schools are an extension of the government. Politicians use public schools as tools to carry out their social agendas.

Right, so you're not blaming the politicians who are doing that, you're blaming the system.  You're shifting the blame off of the very people who are abusing the system instead of trying to fix the system.  Private enterprise also uses schools as tools to carry out social agendas, the difference with public schools is that the electorate actually has the power to counter-act this in some way.

The system that gives politicians control over what is taught is what allows these politicians to corrupt the schools. And the public can only counter-act a political agenda with 51% of support. What about the other 49% They don't matter to democratic socialists like you.
#33 Posted by br0kenrabbit (13056 posts) -

Is this really the most important thing a senator should be working on?

The whole thing is ridiculous.

 

 

IdioticIcarus

You should see some of his past proposals. He's an idiot, I'm embarrassed to be his constituent.

All a politician has to do to get elected around here is hold up a Bible.

 

#34 Posted by dave123321 (34134 posts) -
wish people were more informed and levelheaded when voting.
#35 Posted by TheFallenDemon (13933 posts) -

This is why we shouldn't elect people to serve in our congress.

#36 Posted by XilePrincess (13130 posts) -

I don't understand why you keep electing/supporting/allowing these morons, America. Get it together.

#37 Posted by Laihendi (5828 posts) -

This is why we shouldn't elect people to serve in our congress.

TheFallenDemon
Public education gives politicians direct control over what happens to children at school. These politicians are determined by democratic elections. That means the 51% are choosing who controls education, and the 49% are forced into going along with it no matter how absurd it is. This system is obviously not working, as we see in the op.
#38 Posted by MakeMeaSammitch (3949 posts) -

I don't understand why you keep electing/supporting/allowing these morons, America. Get it together.

XilePrincess

I blame the south.

#39 Posted by WiiCubeM1 (4728 posts) -

I'm just going to say both parties are doomed if the crazies become their faces.

I was on a political thread on Reddit a few weeks ago and some of the more vocal liberals in it were calling meth a "soft drug" and legalizing it would stop all gang violence.

As a Republican myself, I'm embarrased by what some of the people in the party say, but the real logic lies with the moderates.

#40 Posted by TheFallenDemon (13933 posts) -

[QUOTE="TheFallenDemon"]

This is why we shouldn't elect people to serve in our congress.

Laihendi

Public education gives politicians direct control over what happens to children at school. These politicians are determined by democratic elections. That means the 51% are choosing who controls education, and the 49% are forced into going along with it no matter how absurd it is. This system is obviously not working, as we see in the op.


Guess it's time we tried out those fascism or communism things.

#41 Posted by Sajo7 (14049 posts) -

I don't understand why you keep electing/supporting/allowing these morons, America. Get it together.

XilePrincess
Well in all fairness to the majority of us, the GOP did poorly last election.
#42 Posted by wis3boi (31465 posts) -

I don't understand why you keep electing/supporting/allowing these morons, America. Get it together.

XilePrincess

40-50% of the country supports these backwards worldviews

#43 Posted by Shadow4020 (1969 posts) -

This is why some people shouldn't be allowed to vote; they vote for people like this. This proposal is so wrong.

#44 Posted by Shmiity (5146 posts) -

Hey, another old white guy saying stupid sh*t. Oh look, he's also a government official... AMERICA WHY

#45 Posted by Shmiity (5146 posts) -

This is why some people shouldn't be allowed to vote; they vote for people like this. This proposal is so wrong.

Shadow4020

This!

#46 Posted by Sajo7 (14049 posts) -

This is why some people shouldn't be allowed to vote; they vote for people like this. This proposal is so wrong.

Shadow4020
We actually tried that once, but it was kind of super racist.
#47 Posted by Shmiity (5146 posts) -

[QUOTE="XilePrincess"]

I don't understand why you keep electing/supporting/allowing these morons, America. Get it together.

wis3boi

40-50% of the country supports these backwards worldviews

Eh. I totally feel what you guys are saying, but a huge problem is that these ass hats don't campaign on "HUNT DOWN GAYS 2013!" So, they get elected on other things, and this ridiculous sh*t comes out later. 

#48 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="XilePrincess"]

I don't understand why you keep electing/supporting/allowing these morons, America. Get it together.

wis3boi

40-50% of the country supports these backwards worldviews

It is rather shameful.

#49 Posted by LLYNCES (381 posts) -

Oh republicans. Just can't get out of the 50s....

MakeMeaSammitch

Well most of their party makes up old out of touch bigoted bible thumping white people, so it's not exactly surprising.

#50 Posted by Celldrax (14629 posts) -

Meh, I got nothing.

Dumb law is dumb, and guy is a moron.