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  1. Harry Boy

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    Just read that a bit ago... way to go you Mass folks! You should be proud that your leaders have such logic:

    It reminded me of the story from Wisconsin a few months ago:

    I love how it's either all or nothing. WTF people, really? I honestly get scared when I think about having kids in this day and age.
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    Kids should be allowed to be kids, condoms are not for kids..

    What is the prevalence of sexual activity for kids <6th grade.. not much if any.
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    Remember we're dealing with "Provincetown" well known throughout the country for it's "Loony Moonbats"
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    It's nothing short of disgusting perverts and deviants imposing their immorality on the children of the members of the community. In other words, typical Provincetown.
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    Oh, DARN! Another liberal comes out against this idiotic policy...

    (CNN) -- Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick urged a school district to revise its policy allowing students as young as in elementary schools to get condoms if they are believed to be sexually active.

    "It is simply not age appropriate to have a program in place for such young children, not to mention not having parents of such young children involved," Patrick said in a statement.

    "Comprehensive reproductive health education needs to be done in an age appropriate manner."


    Massachusetts school district under fire over condom policy - CNN.com

    Me and the wife are headede to PTown next weekend ecause there are no kids there. I had no idea there were kids in PTown!
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    #95 Jersey

    From the stats, it looks like there are 95 kids in the K-5 elementary school and 100 in the high school which is 6-12. That's about 16 a class and if you figure an even distribution and boys and girls, it is a very unique dynamic, especially for sex ed.....

    http://www.greatschools.org/massachusetts/provincetown/Provincetown-School-District/schools/
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    Gutless Deval did what liberals politicians always do - especially in election years. He turned a blind eye to the policy and had no problem with it until extreme public pressure - not just from within the state but also nationwide - forced him to get them to back off implementing the policy.

    Don't be fooled: If this issue had not become the national story it did, Deval wouldn't have done anything to prevent it.
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    He prolly wouldn't have even heard of it because it was an elementary school and I doubt that he is involved in every policy decision in every elem school in the Commonwealth. Nothing can indicate to you or anyone else that he "turned a blind eye" to this issue as he most likely had never heard of it.

    Your assertions about Patrick are based on nothing but the inner workings of your mind, which operates under the assumption that all liberals are evil. I didn't vote for the guy, and I don't think Patrick is great governor, but he is not devoid of common sense, either, as much as you would have us believe that. Anyone with common sense and decency should know that it was a stupid and irresponsible policy. Most people in PTown would agree with me. I'll let you know when I get back from there next week.
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    And the name of the ultra-liberal, left-wing lunatic school is?....
    Veteran's Memorial Elementary!
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    At that age they only know they make great water balloons:p
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    Sometimes I look at my kids and feel guilty for subjecting them to the insanity of the world. Its my fault they are here so its my duty to protect them from it.
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    :ditto:

    And if I was a parent already, especially of young kids, I think I'd seriously consider homeschooling or something.
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    Eventually they have to go out and mix with society so I don't know if shielding them from it does them any good.
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    Parents today would do well to question their child each day as to what went on in their classroom you never know what these crazy left wing loon liberal teachers will dream up next and are trying to brainwash your children with.

    The American School system has long forgotten that they should be teaching children to read and write they now concentrate on filling you childs head with their own political far left wing socialist bullsh!t.

    I love to read where some student beats the sh!t out of his teacher........:singing:
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    Oh true, of course, but there's been an awful lot of weirdness coming out of our school systems lately and not to go OT from the thread but the educational standards don't seem too good either. Maybe the answer is that parents need to be VERY involved but how do they do that when economically it's almost a necessity for both parents to work, sometimes at more than one job.

    Tough situation, it's very scary indeed.
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    Very true, parent involvement is critical. One of my daughters was always very tight lipped about what happened at school even from preschool. We would practically need to interrogate her to find out what had happened. Only recently as she finished up K did she start opening up on her own. Its a ton of work with some kids.
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    Wait until she hits pre-teen. That's when only the mom can get anything out of her and everything the dad does or says is "Soooo embarrassing!...Oh my God, Dad!" That passes, too though.
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    This is so true:D My Dad volunteered to chaperone a middle school dance once (I guess the school had threatened to have no more dances due to a decline in parental assistance etc. so he was kind enough to offer his help:rolleyes: REALLY Dad:confused:). Obviously I refused to go. Plus he'd always show up early and sit in the parking lot waiting when he had to pick us up. :cool:
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    That's what terrifies me! If it is this hard at 6, what is it like at 16?

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