Socialism is Alive And Well in Dallas Area Schools!

Ray Thomas raythomas101 at HOTMAIL.COM
Mon Sep 25 12:03:12 MDT 2000


At that age I didn't know enough to argue. Remember, clear up to age 18 I
was a liberal (if I was anything). And I can't remember my father going to
school and arguing anything. The only thing I remember his actively helping
me with was in handling a school bully. My son took care of it when it
happened to his first-grader.

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>From: carl william spitzer iv <cwsiv_2nd at JUNO.COM>
>Reply-To: Open discussion of current events <RUSHTALK at>
>Subject: Re: Socialism is Alive And Well in Dallas Area Schools!
>Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2000 19:35:14 PDT
>Ray Thomas <raythomas101 at HOTMAIL.COM>>Carl:
> >
> >A teacher telling you that unless you have enough for everybody to put
> >it away has been a staple since I was in school (and that's a LONG time
>ago).  It may be a collectivist thing, but I don't think this alone
>constitutes a teacher who thinks like a collectivist. I saw it as simply
>a way to "shut down" complaints from a small child who doesn't know how
>to properly argue for their rights.
>I did not talk back to adults at that age and I doubt anyone here on this
>list did either.  i took the problem to my father and he handled it as I
>am sure your father did.  By the same token if I earned it I got the
>paddling but not often.
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