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LeftClique
Spindizzy Whistle!
08:32 PM on 07/13/2012
Well now, ain't that mighty Christian of them.
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thorolyfedup
thoroly disillusioned
08:48 PM on 07/13/2012
totally
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Littlewords
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08:32 PM on 07/13/2012
One of the reasons why converting the nation over to charter schools is flat out wrong.
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joe13
08:48 PM on 07/13/2012
Exactly. Imagine hundreds of these in every state with little to no oversight. Yet another taxpayer funded scam supported by the right.
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08:32 PM on 07/13/2012
Oh, no! Not that! Let's get back to discussing homosexual practices and "social justice". Anyone have a cucumber?
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Randy Chidester
09:03 PM on 07/13/2012
No Deewin but i have an old egg plant somewhere.
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08:31 PM on 07/13/2012
Actually, Texas itself was created in only 5,000 years. It was pasted onto the globe billions of years after the earth evolved from space just 5,000 years ago. It shows in so many ways. It's governor, as an example, hardly had time to study for the debates. It's people have to speak loudly, having been deafened by the noise of it being attached to the earth so recently. The signs are everywhere, and they are to be complimented for coming along so far in only 5,000 years. Even able to drive cars. Use the telephone.
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cstandri
08:31 PM on 07/13/2012
"Why not?" still call me a doctor. I mean, I make more money than they do using government funds. According to conservatives that means I'm smarter than they are!
08:24 PM on 07/13/2012
Children definitely need to have moral instruction in school.
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A Dub
Conservative government is an organized hypocrisy
08:57 PM on 07/13/2012
Religion is not the mainstay of morality any more than the rooster crowing is the cause of the dawn or the virgin sacrifices are the cause of the volcano keeping quiet.
11:27 PM on 07/13/2012
Or so you think! LoL
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Referee59
Words Matter
09:03 PM on 07/13/2012
Where is the morality in lying about your doctoral degrees, and spending taxpayer money hiring your son as your driver?
11:26 PM on 07/13/2012
I'm guilty of not reading the article... But I still think students need to be taught good morals.
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Suzan S
I detest cheap sentiment.
08:20 PM on 07/13/2012
And these types say that my non-belief is enough to send me to hell, but ethics violations and theft? Eh, not so much.
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thorolyfedup
thoroly disillusioned
08:49 PM on 07/13/2012
one can never proselytize too much.
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kateslate
Courage doesn't always roar.
08:20 PM on 07/13/2012
Outrageous on many levels. No degree? 250,000 per year, more than other educational leaders make in the area? Bible study?
Outrageous.
08:19 PM on 07/13/2012
Texas is the most screwed up, backwards-thinking state in the nation. Just look at who they vote for in state-wide elections. And they're fat as pigs.
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thorolyfedup
thoroly disillusioned
08:50 PM on 07/13/2012
generalizing a bit overmuch there
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Sheldon archer
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08:16 PM on 07/13/2012
Another sneaky Christian maneuver to further their agenda. The Dark Ages are still with us.
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thorolyfedup
thoroly disillusioned
08:51 PM on 07/13/2012
No one ever expects the Inquisition!
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Sheldon archer
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11:47 PM on 07/13/2012
Considering that the election of a president in the US depends a lot on his religious beliefs, it appears that the Inquisition is back with us.
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clearthinker16
reads, investigates and thinks before making stupi
08:16 PM on 07/13/2012
this is not news, it is business as usual in Texas
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luzmorales
08:15 PM on 07/13/2012
This sounds like the debbil's work to me-
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Priestess of Ryleh
panem et circenses!
08:58 PM on 07/13/2012
careful... someone may think your talking about DIBELS instead... which is education related.
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cstandri
08:11 PM on 07/13/2012
Hey, you are more than welcome to teach these things. Just, don't take taxpayer money and be sure to advertise to parents that you are going to do so, allowing students to opt out or change schools. Otherwise, go for it!
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Abonides
08:08 PM on 07/13/2012
Another example of how religion hurts people. Only a fool would think that the graduates of this school actually had a comprehensive education. We need to end tax exemptions and federal funds for these frauds.
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Grady Jenkins
08:03 PM on 07/13/2012
Mental illness once again rears its ugly head in the State of Texas.
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cstandri
08:32 PM on 07/13/2012
Don't insult the mentally ill. This lady has no excuse.