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  •  GOP feel so good about ignorance, they spread it (2+ / 0-)
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    DefendOurConstitution, dagnome
    •  Yup, and English has it wrong in saying ignorance (2+ / 0-)
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      ColoTim, dagnome

      is bliss.  When it comes to the brand of ignorance shown by Republicans, Spanish is more on target with: la ignorancia es atrevida (ignorance is bold).  Those Teapublicans are so proud of their ignorance that they are emboldened to keep doing what is bad for the Country, bad for their communities and even bad for themselves - it is all about serving the corporate master that used their ignorance to get richer.

    •  They mandate it. (0+ / 0-)

      They require, if they can get away with it, time spent on teaching crap like Intelligent Design, which, because time is spent on that rather than actual science, makes the students dumber than those in other districts who actually study science.

      And home-schoolers are usually taught by those who won't accept even what standards exist in public schools.  I know there are exceptions, but I'd guess the vast majority of home schooling is done for religious and other biased reasons.

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