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(Washington Post)   When even liberals are calling it the Injustice Department, you might be going too far   ( divider line 8
    More: Obvious, Injustice Department, Too Far, History of education, racial segregations, Michael Gerson, private schools, University of Arkansas, desegregation  
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2013-09-03 07:10:23 PM  
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utahraptor2: It's amusing to me how liberals only care about poor black children. Not poor children.


Yes, but Republicans care deeply about poor children.  They want them to have enriching educational opportunities, like scrubbing the toilets once the Commie union janitors are fired.
2013-09-03 12:47:31 PM  
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Mrbogey: Gotta give you credit though, you're trolling better in this thread than the Kerry one.

Well at least this time you aren't copying and pasting from NewsBusters.
2013-09-03 12:42:24 PM  
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Soup4Bonnie: Ah yes, the liberal media.

If the media is so very liberal why does every newspaper in the country have a business section, but not a one of them has a labor section?
2013-09-03 12:36:58 PM  
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Hobodeluxe: meat0918: Witty_Retort: The RIchest Man in Babylon: What is the Republican end-game with vouchers?

Union busting and ensuring our children be infromed.

But mostly profit.

yeah they're given money by the people who profit from these schools.
but that's good.
teacher's unions supporting Democrats ,that's bad.

Can I go now?
2013-09-03 12:29:58 PM  
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Blathering Idjut: Neighborhood Watch: Guess which one the democrat party will defend?

There is no such thing as a "democrat party."

It's a useful term - by using it, the speaker reveals themselves as someone whose opinions on matters political (including matters of policy like climate change, labor law, foreign relations...) are irrelevant.

And yes, I know that something like half to all Republicans in Congress use the term as well.
2013-09-03 12:29:28 PM  
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Cletus C.: Are you implying a fark headline exaggerated, bogusly inferred or was inaccurate? Alert the internet authorities.

I will most certainly do that.

But first to get over the disappointment of discovering a headline on Fark that was less than completely honest I think I will peruse a link I just noticed that promised a "smokin' hot" lady person.

That should no doubt cheer me up.
2013-09-03 12:15:04 PM  
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Neighborhood Watch: Teachers unions vs poor black kids.

Guess which one the democrat party will defend?

If only that was the actual question, and if only those were the only two answers. But, as someone noted before me, Republicans only have the ability to propose two answers, and they never allow the correct answer to be one of those two. If they let that happen, their party loses.
2013-09-03 12:12:23 PM  
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Yeah.... Private schools where Thomas Jefferson wasn't a President, Darwin died on The Beagle, and Jesus is the hall monitor.
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