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Education needs a makeover ?

interrogator
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7/5/2011 11:21:36 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
Let us look at the current state of education here in America.
You no longer have a middle class, hypothetically speaking.
You have a minimum wage law that is not being enforced.
You have the government that is using money to fight wars.
And you have a Congress and President who is breaking the laws
of the Constitution. So why are we still teaching our children education
that is useless and remotely unproductive in a modern day world.
Tiel
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7/5/2011 8:05:45 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 7/5/2011 11:21:36 AM, interrogator wrote:
Let us look at the current state of education here in America.
You no longer have a middle class, hypothetically speaking.
You have a minimum wage law that is not being enforced.
You have the government that is using money to fight wars.
And you have a Congress and President who is breaking the laws
of the Constitution. So why are we still teaching our children education
that is useless and remotely unproductive in a modern day world.

Reply: Maybe it's time to create a new nation.
"Only the inner force of curiosity and wonder about the unknown, or an outer force upon your free will, can brake the shackles of your current perception."
CGBSpender
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7/6/2011 9:42:19 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 7/5/2011 11:21:36 AM, interrogator wrote:
Let us look at the current state of education here in America.
You no longer have a middle class, hypothetically speaking.
You have a minimum wage law that is not being enforced.
You have the government that is using money to fight wars.
And you have a Congress and President who is breaking the laws
of the Constitution. So why are we still teaching our children education
that is useless and remotely unproductive in a modern day world.

There is still a middle class, that's why it's only hypothetically speaking, besides care to show why that makes anythng in the current curriculum irrelevant? Governments have always used money to fight wars, I don't see how that changes anything. Again, what does an unsubstantiated statement regarding the enforcement of minimum wage laws have to do with the quality of education? You're going to have to do more than just say that sections of the constitution are being violated to make an intelligent audience believe it. In a presidential system like that of the U.S. the president has right of veto anyway, so unless you have heard something from the supreme court the rest of the world haven't I'm disinclined to accept what you're saying on your word. Your final question isn't even punctuated with a question mark so I assume you're trolling. If you're not, only say what you can prove, because you just look silly otherwise.
Of course, I may just look stupid taking you seriously haha, but I assume there are some people who actually believe what you're saying so it is important to challenge them (your statements) for those people.
CGBSpender
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7/6/2011 9:43:17 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Ok, so I am assuming you were just a troll because your account is gone. Anyone else want to take up his ridiculous mantle?
Alien
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7/7/2011 8:40:20 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
BS. That is just what you are. Interrogator does not need you lame and
useless logic to debate the issue here. It is all evident and the case is right before your eyes. If you do not believe what you hear, then perhaps you need to exercise
the one element of humans that you lack the most. Common sense. <<<<