Thursday, July 18, 2013

True, it's crazy, but at least it reveals their agenda plainly

Republicans ladies and gentlemen:
Compulsory education laws have resulted in parents disengaging themselves from the responsibility to oversee the education of their children and have caused schools to falter under the burden of being all things to all people. Those points are among the arguments made by Sen. Aaron Osmond, R-South Jordan, in an article posted Friday on the blog of the Utah State Senate, in which Osmond called for the end of compulsory education in the state.
Reading, who needs it?


StonyPillow said...

Gee, whoda thunk? That just about sums it up.

BTW, thanks for the overhaul. It looks good on a smartphone.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm...let's see: a quality education is the surest means of increasing economic opportunity. So, the wingnut position is...abolish it. I guess that's their way of ensuring their children will be able to find decent hired help at low prices.

And while I'm sure some have been against public schools forever, I'm guessing a fair number on the right really began to get their hate on in or around...1954...but I'm sure that merely a coincidence.

pansypoo said...

fear of federal history regs.