« on: July 28, 2005, 01:16:19 AM »
Somebody's been sucking on the business end of the bitter teat, eh?
good for you.
I personally don't believe in waiting 'till marriage, nor do I believe in abstaining from oral, but I don't judge people who chose that risky lifestyle.
I am by no means advocating any pre-marital sex either. Those things are also sins, and oral as well. I don't participate and won't, I am waiting till I am married, as a moral person should do.
See, this is the thing that is causing all these problems in society. People are just letting themselves do whatever and not having any self-restraint these days. It sickens me, and Ican only pray that God will pity then in the end. I am not a saint, but I really strive to do the right hting, really, and I just hope that God IS a forgiving dude!
As far as me not caring if people cannot pay for their healthcare, just because I am not for universal healthcare doesn't mean that I don't care. There are free clinics using good taxpayers' money that they can go to.
Exactly what is your ideal view of public education? What would you like to see regarding the handling of religion?
i dont think dodgerlaw is saying that religion should be handled in public school any differently than it is. i think s/he is giving reasons why a parent would want to send their child to private school, and why s/he thinks vouchers should be available. i just dont agree that i should subsidize the teaching of religious beliefs with which i disagree. if parents want that extra attention they should pay for it themselves, teach it themselves, or let their church (or other religious institution) teach it.