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    Re: Gay Marriage, is it right to stop it? (PART II)

    Quote Originally Posted by Quag View Post
    Don't have to be an atheist to not believe in the bible
    That is true, can be lots of things that doesn't follow the Bible.

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    Re: Gay Marriage, is it right to stop it? (PART II)

    Quote Originally Posted by Paschendale View Post
    I'm actually just asking questions. I certainly disagree with what you're doing, but I'm also trying to learn more about it. Maybe we could both learn something from seeing the other person's perspective.
    actually i am not doing anything...i dont have children at all..

    i am from the point of law, constitutional law....it is the use of force i am against, and people believing they have the power to make other people do things, just becuase they dont like what that other person is doing or try to make them accept things they do not want to.............not liking something or not wanting to accept something does not give people power in other peoples life's....

    now if we the people dont like something people are doing in the name of government, when we can act.
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    Re: Gay Marriage, is it right to stop it? (PART II)

    Quote Originally Posted by davidtaylorjr View Post
    Again? I haven't lied man. Give it up.
    What ever you have to tell your self to sleep at night, not my business.

    I will never give up. as long as you perpetuate your false truth.

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    Re: Gay Marriage, is it right to stop it? (PART II)

    Quote Originally Posted by ernst barkmann View Post
    actually i am not doing anything...i dont have children at all..

    i am from the point of law, constitutional law....it is the use of force i am against, and people believing they have the power to make other people do things, just becuase they dont like what that other person is doing or try to make them accept things they do not want to.............not liking something someone does not wanting to accept something does not give people power in other peoples life's....

    now if we the people dont like something people are doing in the name of government, when we can act.
    That really has nothing to do with schools being that you aren't forced to attend.

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    Re: Gay Marriage, is it right to stop it? (PART II)

    Quote Originally Posted by CLAX1911 View Post
    That really has nothing to do with schools being that you aren't forced to attend.
    sure it does......... government is made up of people, when people are in power they want to implement their ideas.

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    Re: Gay Marriage, is it right to stop it? (PART II)

    Quote Originally Posted by ernst barkmann View Post
    sure it does......... government is made up of people, when people are in power they want to implement their ideas.
    Being that you are not forced to attend school there is no force.

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    Re: Gay Marriage, is it right to stop it? (PART II)

    Quote Originally Posted by CLAX1911 View Post
    Being that you are not forced to attend school there is no force.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compulsory_education

    Compulsory education

    United States

    Compulsory school attendance based on the Prussian model gradually spread to other countries, reaching the American State of Massachusetts in 1852, and spreading to other states until, in 1917, Mississippi was the last state to enact a compulsory attendance law.[6] Massachusetts had originally enacted the first compulsory education law in the American colonies in 1647. In 1852, the Massachusetts General Court passed a law requiring every town to create and operate a grammar school. Fines were imposed on parents who did not send their children to school and the government took the power to take children away from their parents and apprentice them to others if government officials decided that the parents were "unfit to have the children educated properly".[7]

    Compulsory education was not part of early American society;[8] which relied instead on church-run private schools that mostly charged tuition.[9] The spread of compulsory attendance in the Massachusetts tradition throughout America, especially for Native Americans, has been credited to General Richard Henry Pratt.[10] Pratt used techniques developed on Native Americans in a prisoner of war camp in Fort Marion, Augustine, Florida, to force demographic minorities across America into government schools.[10] His prototype was the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania.


    United States (age) 6-17 Varies by state. Beginning age varies 5-8, ending age varies 15-18.[17] Some states allow early leave with parental approval.


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    Re: Gay Marriage, is it right to stop it? (PART II)

    Quote Originally Posted by ernst barkmann View Post
    Compulsory education - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Compulsory education

    United States

    Compulsory school attendance based on the Prussian model gradually spread to other countries, reaching the American State of Massachusetts in 1852, and spreading to other states until, in 1917, Mississippi was the last state to enact a compulsory attendance law.[6] Massachusetts had originally enacted the first compulsory education law in the American colonies in 1647. In 1852, the Massachusetts General Court passed a law requiring every town to create and operate a grammar school. Fines were imposed on parents who did not send their children to school and the government took the power to take children away from their parents and apprentice them to others if government officials decided that the parents were "unfit to have the children educated properly".[7]

    Compulsory education was not part of early American society;[8] which relied instead on church-run private schools that mostly charged tuition.[9] The spread of compulsory attendance in the Massachusetts tradition throughout America, especially for Native Americans, has been credited to General Richard Henry Pratt.[10] Pratt used techniques developed on Native Americans in a prisoner of war camp in Fort Marion, Augustine, Florida, to force demographic minorities across America into government schools.[10] His prototype was the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania.


    United States (age) 6-17 Varies by state. Beginning age varies 5-8, ending age varies 15-18.[17] Some states allow early leave with parental approval.


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    Attend private school or home school, options exist therefore you aren't forced.

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    Re: Gay Marriage, is it right to stop it? (PART II)

    Quote Originally Posted by CLAX1911 View Post
    Attend private school or home school, options exist therefore you aren't forced.
    excuse me....you are defecting....BIG TIME HERE!...........you just stated there is no force to go to school.

    Quote Originally Posted by CLAX1911 View Post
    Being that you are not forced to attend school there is no force.

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    Re: Gay Marriage, is it right to stop it? (PART II)

    Quote Originally Posted by ernst barkmann View Post
    excuse me....you are defecting....BIG TIME HERE!...........you just stated there is no force to go to school.
    There isn't force to attend public school, you can home school or put them in private school

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