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Sad truth |  *RON DESANTIS SIGNS BILL*; *FLORIDA TEACHER THROWS TANTRUM ABOUT NOT BEING ABLE TO INDOCTRINATE CHILDREN* | image tagged in governor,florida,indoctrination,liberty god bible trump | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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1 up, 3m,
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All for $42K a year!
4 ups, 3m,
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I mean, I wonder where those teachers' wages come from... hmmm. Shouldn't a parent have control over what their kid is beign taught in school?
4 ups, 3m,
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Turning parents against teachers when BOTH play a critical role in their development doesn’t help the students.

If parents really want control over what to teach their kids, then they should become a teacher.

It’s that simple.
1 up, 3m,
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Its called homeschooling.
3 ups, 3m,
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Which comes with it's own set of problems because the government still dictates a standard.

But yes, that is one solution if parents are really that concerned. It was negate the need for such a law.
1 up, 3m,
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The law was needed to stop grooming.
3 ups, 3m,
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The law mentions nothing about grooming.

Are you saying the law does include an intent outside the legal parameters it says?

Otherwise that might lead credibility to the claim of “Don’t say gay.”
1 up, 3m,
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Only groomers want to teach children how to have homosexual sex before 18.
0 ups, 3m,
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True, but that has nothing to do with banning discussion of sex orientation and gender identity.
0 ups, 3m,
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"That is almost verbatim what is in the bill,

“prohibits classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity”

https://www.myfloridahouse.gov/Sections/Bills/billsdetail.aspx?BillId=76545

Unless, of course, you’re being intellectually dishonest and failing to follow that I meant discussion inside classrooms of certain age groups.

The law doesn’t prevent grooming in any way."

That's a summary of the bill. You can still say gay, you just can't explain what that means to an 8 year old or lower.
0 ups, 3m
You absolutely can say gay, that is true. But that’s not what I’m saying now is it?
0 ups, 3m,
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None of that is in the bill.
0 ups, 3m
That is almost verbatim what is in the bill,

“prohibits classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity”

https://www.myfloridahouse.gov/Sections/Bills/billsdetail.aspx?BillId=76545

Unless, of course, you’re being intellectually dishonest and failing to follow that I meant discussion inside classrooms of certain age groups.

The law doesn’t prevent grooming in any way.
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0 ups, 3m,
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You never read the text of the law. It's just that simple.

The very point of the law is giving parents control. All the teacher has to do is give the parent 48 hours advance notice and obtain permission if they want to have the equivalent of a phone sex session with a kindergartener.

You know... just like the permission they have to obtain for a field trip.
3 ups, 3m,
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Prove that I haven't read the text.

The bill doesn't give parents control of anything. Control is an illusion. One way or another, their children will be exposed to same-sex couples, and people who do not identify with their biological gender. Using teachers as a scapegoat for set curriculums laid down by administrations in order to circumvent taxpayer money that goes to public schools in order to drain these funds to bolster charter or newer public school systems that are easier to shape and manipulate in discriminatory standards - does not fix the problem nor does it give parents control over their children.

Moving funds from private to charter schools to continue the segregation of poverty-stricken areas is nothing new. And there is nothing fiscal for allowing frivolous lawsuits to things that are already illegal (teaching children about sex, or showing them porn).

No teacher would be able to keep their job if they were really doing that. Even before this discriminatory legislation.

So the bill does nothing but allow parents to flood our already packed court systems with potentially baseless accusations and take that money that should be going to teaching our children and puts them into the judiciary branch.

It's just a political money laundering scheme and the parents are the suckers.

They have no control.
1 up, 3m,
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Misrepresenting the law is irrefutable proof you did not read the text.

No amount of blathering from you will change this fact.
3 ups, 3m,
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Your continued ad hominems hinders your accusations of my supposed strawman.

If I was misrepresenting the law, it should be very easy to explain how. If you cannot do that then your accusations are not factual nor do they have a foundation to stand on.

Make your argument without this and maybe you’ll have contributed something relevant to the discussion.
1 up, 3m,
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Proving you are ignorant of the text of the law is no sort of attack. It's simply reality.

How did you do that? You are making claims that are nowhere to be found in the text.

That you react like most liars when they are caught is not my problem, fault or responsibility.
3 ups, 3m,
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So you are saying the bill doesn’t:

“allow parents to flood our already packed court systems with potentially baseless accusations and take that money that should be going to teaching our children and puts them into the judiciary branch.”

And

“Turning parents against teachers”?

Interesting. What does the bill do then?

Clearly you have read it, yes?
1 up, 3m,
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That you don't even know it is now law in Florida speaks more about your ignorance than I could ever possibly do.
3 ups, 3m
So you don’t even know what law you’re supporting. Or worse, you do, and don’t care what it really does.

It doesn’t matter that it’s law now. Laws can be changed. Especially ones that are discriminatory in nature.

And that waste taxpayer money.
1 up, 3m
Thanks for the thumbs up on that other meme, there was no reply option left there for me to comment.
1 up, 3m
Real estate taxes. That is where. My district has a workship at the begining of every school year to discuss the years upcoming curriculum with the parents. The same 10 parents show up every year. 4 of then dont have students in the district. So, yea, i agree, the parents should be aware what is taught.
1 up, 3m,
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But, praying and pledging allegiance to the American flag isn't indoctrination?
4 ups, 3m
Sounds like typical remark of Leftist that wants to tear our country down.

I guess it is okay to hate America now and days. (If you hate it so much, there are other countries that you can freely go to.) You know, funny thing is you should be happy America doesn't force you to. There are countries where you can easily be offed for not showing Patriotism or showing no favorism to their regime leader. North Korea being a prime example, it is near impossible for citizens to escape North Korea as they have orders to shoot to kill.

Look in todays sports with all the dumbasses taking a knee or sitting down during the pledge and see how much backlash sports got over years for their lack of respect towards our country.
0 ups, 3m
It's America, we should be protecting ourselves from all enemies, forgien and domestic.

Love of Country, you don't have it.
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