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What I am saying is this: It is my belief that, if you took a child at birth and seperated him from human contact, 'raised by wolves' as it were, the child would still grow up with some basic sense of right and wrong. That is not to say that he could function in society with no adjustment, but that he would undestand that certain things are wrong.
BigJon@Work wrote:GC, you seem to be saying that there are no absolutes of right and wrong, is this true?
but I'm an advocate of local control. If that means the local people vote to cut their own throats, educationally speaking, so be it.
GC, you seem to be saying that there are no absolutes of right and wrong, is this true?
Giant Communist Robot wrote:
Doesn't the truth count for anything?
Selma in Sandy Eggo wrote: Insofar as your beliefs are part of your character, they are part of your voting decisions. Selection of candidates for public office based on their religious agendas sounds like a bad idea to me.
Depends on whose 'truth' you are speaking about
In answer to your question: Yes, it is okay if it is legally decided at the proper level
Giant Communist Robot wrote:Personally, I feel sorry for the kids who have been misled.
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