Do You Have a Moral Obligation to Sacrifice Your Children for the Government Schools?

Saturday, April 28, 2012
Posted in category Public School Prisons

Do you have a moral obligation to sacrifice the life and happiness and future of your child for the collectivist-altruist false hope that you are benefitting society as a whole with the sacrificial offering? Rhiana Madenberg writes:

So for me and my family, we are making the choice to be a part of the greater system, hoping to see a trend of more families with the time and means to invest in public schools actually doing so — because if we don’t take the time to make quality public education a possibility for all children, who will?

It has been 150+ years since the appearance of the first compulsory schooling laws, and the government daycare enslavement camps are more destructive and violent than ever. But we owe it to the political beneficiaries of the system to keep funding their futures and their totalitarian central planning devices?

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7 Responses to Do You Have a Moral Obligation to Sacrifice Your Children for the Government Schools?

  1. liberranter says:

    April 29th, 2012 at 2:10 am

    Rhiana Maidenberg is a freelance writer, escaping her two young daughters by writing in various San Francisco coffee shops. In her blog, Married With Toddlers, Rhiana explores the challenges of raising toddlers and husbands in the current super-mommy, super-wife, super-everything environment.

    That mini-bio sums it all up. This creature is a living, breathing illustration of why this country is so terminally fucked up. My heart really aches for her offspring, who serve as another example of how cruel and unfair fate can be.

  2. Otaddy says:

    April 29th, 2012 at 10:24 am

    Gosh, so Miss–er, I mean Ms. Maidenberg is the only one who has ever been a mommy.  I feel bad that she has to schlep on over to the trendy coffee house with her obligatory Apple laptop, iPhone, iFad, iWhatever devices in tow just to escape her crazy kids and husband–who are probably crazy by having to listen to all of her psycho-babble-pseudo-science-narcissistic diatribes.

    And yet, there are lots of strong women out there who work hard to be good mothers.  But we will never hear from them as they are too busy being mothers instead of pretending to be one. 

  3. Otaddy says:

    April 29th, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    One more thing, I notice that Rhiana used to send her kids to a Chabad dayschool–presumably to expose them to a traditional Jewish education.  I think that is great, but I wonder if other religious beliefs are taught at that dayschool…and if not, why not?  

    If your true religion is progressiveness, then why bother educating them about Judaism?  Aren’t all religious beliefs equally valid?  

    Since you wish to use the force of government to force parents to send their children to public schools, I would like to use the same force to prevent you from sending your kids to a Jewish school!

    Full disclaimer:  My niece and nephew attend a Jewish dayschool.

  4. Speedmaster says:

    April 29th, 2012 at 7:16 pm

    Wow, that is one seriously warped world view.

    I would think that if this person really was serious about a moral calling for government schools, they would send their kids elsewhere, and continue to pay school taxes. That way they would still be financially supporting them but not using up their resources.

  5. jeannie queenie says:

    April 29th, 2012 at 11:49 pm

    @Libberanter…you got that right..”Rhiana Maidenberg is a freelance writer, escaping her two young daughters by writing in various San Francisco coffee shops.” Bingo bud, the key word here is ‘ESCAPE’, as in escape the real job of raising kids and keeping a home, instead of the BS most men are forced to put up with each day from these simpleton women wanting to be men in dresses. Lib, I hear you here..”This creature is a living, breathing illustration of why this country is so terminally fucked up.” Truer words were never spoken…and the crux of this crisis is the adolescent mindset that one can do whatever they want whenever they want without any sacrifices to kids or husband. I see these girl/women everyday of the week and they are truly pathetic..in many cases no one has put a gun to their head and forced them to work outside the home, and yet, they want the ability to cry foul, as in “I am so tired, have no time for myself, have to climb the corporate ladder so we can afford the second car, and we need the second car so I can get to work…it is fairly mind numbing when you hear the rationales of why more money for more material things is the main reason for women with families working outside the home.

  6. The Freeholder says:

    May 2nd, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    I see the link is to “babble.com”. Given what’s she’s pushing, I can see that….

  7. R.P. McCosker says:

    May 9th, 2012 at 12:42 am

    What I don’t get is how, in a “politically correct” city like San Francisco, they create a lot of unnecessary “anthropogenic global warming” by sending the children all over town instead of sending them to the closest local school.

    But, when it comes to leftists, egalitarianism seems to trump endangering the “environment.” 

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