Yes and the school should offer them at no extra cost.
Yes and the parents should pay for them.
They should be optional for students who want them
There should be school uniforms for specific activities only
We should leave it to the parents to decide if the school should have uniforms
We should leave it at municipal/state level
We shouldn't have school uniforms at all
I like the current way things are.
I hate uniforms
I'm a potato.
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.
I support eliminating socialized schools, and then people could choose whether they want to school with uniforms or a school without uniforms.
In other words, everyone should have freedom of speech, and "everyone" means everyone who thinks just like you. Got it. So you go on spouting your ridiculous nonsense to justify the hypocritical nature of your outrage and I'll be over here noting said hypocrisy.
Or, in the case of my school, you have the choice of different colors for both your shirt and bottoms. Wear whatever shoes you'd like, so long as they are not flip flops.
You have plenty of choices.
Ahh, but if we were sharing this meal and we both like meaty tomato sauce, would we not have it? If I demand it and you enjoy it but don't demand it, we still have it and we both agree it tastes better.it would seem to me that if you desire me to have meaty tomato sauce you would require I have it while I would say you can have it with or without the sauce.
Dress codes make the learning environment better. Is it necessary for order? No, but it certainly helps. Is meaty tomato sauce necessary for good spaghetti? No, but it certainly helps.
And if everyone benefits from dress code/meat sauce, it seems pretty clear to me what we should have for dinner.You would say everyone benefits from people eating meaty sauce and therefore everyone will eat meaty sauce while I would say it is desirable you eat meaty sauce but aren't required to do so.
Last edited by vesper; 08-15-13 at 03:37 PM.
I did no such thing. I noted the fact in my experiences it is those who are prejudiced who are most likely to hate political correctness because they get "attacked" for their prejudiced views. I merely asked if you were one of them.Just like you flippantly concluded I was a racist among other things because I find your PC over the top.
Let me tell you now my heart is breaking at the thought of hate mongers not spewing their ignorant venom, causing emotional harm to people who have done nothing to deserve it. Breaking, I tell you.It's these kinds of statements used by people like you who are causing many to not voice or write what they really think because they fear the retaliation.
It's quite a scam you got going. You stand on your soapbox declaring free speech for all while using tactics that amount to censorship of those who don't agree with you.
Says the person trying to shut everyone who disagrees with him/her up.
I'm not a hypocrite at all. I'm not the one telling you that you cannot spew your prejudiced hatred (if you are indeed prejudiced), I'm simply saying if you have the right to say what you want, I have the right to accurately call you out on it.You want to see a hypocrite, look in a mirror.
There's nothing hypocritical about my position at all. You are the one who complains about feeling silenced and wants your opposition to be silenced. Feel free to use your prejudiced terminology (again, if you are indeed prejudiced), just understand I'm going to feel free to note how prejudiced you are.