It's not taught in schools in any schools I'm aware of locally. It's being brought up in the sense that they are trying to teach critical race theory. Same with gender identity. I can't find anything on what schools teach either. It's more of a topic as to some people want it taught.www.nbcnews.com/.../teaching-critical-race-theory-isn-t-happening-classrooms-teachers-say-n1272945
What schools teach ultimately is up to the school board. The article you posted even shows that several states have passed CRT into law. I'm not saying it's everywhere but the process has been started. If even half of the schools in the US end up doing it the reach is much further than parents pushing religion on their kids, which is typically the brainwashing of the right. The gender issues are a bit more difficult to track because sometimes they don't inform the parents. I tried posting articles but apparently I have to be a lvl3 to do that.Again I know it's not everywhere and may not be in your local area or mine, but one school can reach way more kids than one parent can.
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What percentage of democrats (assuming based on your stereotype) do you think are out of work and on government aid? Considering you said they're mostly out of work.
@Friendlybro79 I'm not sure the percent since statistics for that aren't tracked based on political views, but out of the ones I have personally known, either them or their partner doesn't work and they purposely don't get married so they can collect food stamps and get section 8 housing benefits, plus free medical. Some of them also purposely only work part time to qualify for those same free benefits. And one worked for cash under the table to not pay taxes and also get free benefits.
Are you basing this opinion on one or two couples? Also are they registered democrats? I'm just asking because it appears you said "mostly don't work". For the purpose of the original question you can answer however you like. I just wonder if you have ever explored the difference between your feelings and pursuing data to either back or debunk your few real world examples you see. You're gonna have bad apples here and there but remember people on food stamps and section 8 aren't always trying to scam the system or not work. Believe it or not registered republicans also take handouts and fall into section 8. I've researched this topic and registered democrats are more likely to be in this position but that doesn't mean all they don't want to work or that they're brainwashed into thinking this is an entitlement. Good hardworking people fall on hard times too. If bad times fell on you, you'd be the first one looking for help if it got to the point where even you, the antithesis of what you described above, couldn't climb out of it alone.
You're certainly entitled an opinion but to answer your question. You call IT a two year old that is just wearing a dress. Maybe a two year old grows up to be different than you would like them to grow up or maybe they grow up and don't remember wanting to wear a dress.Maybe you could focus how you want to live your life and let others express themselves as they wish. What harm happens to you when someone else lives differently than you? Not claiming this next statement directly to you but more to a general observation So many here are second amendment nuts but not 1st amendment nuts if you don't like the expression of others. You can't have freedoms your way for all. So since you can't force it. Why not embrace the fact we are all different and it's all ok? Pending nothing illegall obviously. People are who they know who they are not what you want them to be. When you want people to be a certain way, by trying to force them into your way of thinking, you're taking their choices away.As a parent it's our job to feed them, clothe them, provide shelter, and an hopefully encourage them to be good to themselves and others. Instill good work ethic etc. If your kid grew up and told you they were something you didn't approve of you'd have no choice in the matter anyway.
So you admit To being brainwashed 😂
I said preferable not acceptable learn to read, idiot.
I never said you did say acceptable, idiot. 😂
And I never said I was brainwashed because I'm not religious. It's just you assuming things because you think everything must be one or another and nothing else.
Well maybe you should work on your phrasing, because sounded like you admitted to being brainwashed 😂
@Hispanic-Cool-Guy I couldn't agree more. Parents forget how much they influence their child. Most kids aren't listening to politicians when they're young enough to be brainwashed. It's the parents. Adults repeat what they hear in the news and kids repeat what they hear at home.
Says the 52 year old that doesn’t add any value to any question that you reply on 😂
As you know me so well 🤣
Riiight, just because you don’t agree with something doesn’t make it stupid, Blue Anon