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Posted: Saturday, March 16, 2013 10:00 pm | Updated: 1:29 pm, Tue Apr 22, 2014.

The issue of school choice runs much deeper than it would at first appear. It is in response to the political monopoly of our educational system created by our government and funded mostly by forced taxation of our citizens.

Political monopolies are the most dangerous systems allowed to our governmental entities and should only be set up when there exist overriding issues relative to the public good. However, when implemented, it must be done with a clear and impenetrable firewall against any partisan political influence exerted inside of them. Otherwise the government is, in effect, using tax dollars of one group to support a political agenda of another group. This is clearly wrong.

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          5 comments:

          • BiggerMig posted at 10:41 pm on Fri, Mar 22, 2013.

            BiggerMig Posts: 16

            Let's ignore sex education, ignore science, and ignore common sense. Good ideas. Wow.

             
          • Pierre posted at 7:18 am on Thu, Mar 21, 2013.

            Pierre Posts: 137

            Golly whizzers, RR! You..... you mean......... you're not a conservative after all?
            heh................

             
          • Rebel Rouser posted at 8:53 am on Mon, Mar 18, 2013.

            Rebel Rouser Posts: 1563

            More fanatical, paranoid, Republican blather.

            In America, you can (if you want to), start and run your very own (exclusive) private education system. If you don't like public education, step up and do better, if not, stop yur whining.

             
          • mooseberryinn posted at 10:48 pm on Sun, Mar 17, 2013.

            mooseberryinn Posts: 2686

            Not to worry. Our kids are smart enough to question to regime's agenda. Well, I hope they are at least. It would be a real shame to have a generation of "Hitler Youths" running around here.

             
          • lugers posted at 4:32 pm on Sun, Mar 17, 2013.

            lugers Posts: 7

            Mr. Agather
            In fact the constitution of Montana places that firewall between the system of education that state government is required to provide and the use for sectarian purpose by stating “The legislature, counties, cities, towns, school districts, and public corporations shall not make any direct or indirect appropriation or payment from any public fund or monies, or any grant of lands or other property for any sectarian purpose” The Constitution of Montana also states “The legislature shall provide a basic system of free quality public elementary and secondary schools” And the Constitution of Montana states in Section 3.” Public school fund inviolate. The public school fund shall forever remain inviolate, guaranteed by the state against loss or diversion. “ Don’t you hate it when the constitution gets in the way of your rant. Sorry Mr.A read your constitution…