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Filed at 5:36 pm under by dcobranchi

This moron is dragging the name Carrie through the mud. Of all her suggestions for improving homeschooling, this one was my favorite:

Require a license to teach homeschool to be prominently displayed – much like that required by restaurants.

She really has thought this through, eh? [Tip credit: Jeff]


Comment by
January 23rd, 2007
at 6:05 pm

We killed this moron last year. You can’t remember?


Comment by
Daryl Cobranchi
January 23rd, 2007
at 6:20 pm

I remembered. She’s evidently doing a remake of Night of the Living Dead.

Comment by
January 23rd, 2007
at 7:07 pm

She’s attention starved. Don’t feed her.

Comment by
January 23rd, 2007
at 10:26 pm

That woman has no common sense.

“Require all homeschoolers to be visited by the same people who visit foster homes. ”
Umm, didn’t she notice that social services has their hands full already? Maybe she would like to foot the bill for such a stupid idea.

I could go on but why bother.

Comment by
January 24th, 2007
at 4:01 am

She’s the kind of girl that you put a bag over her brain before you fuck her.

Comment by
January 24th, 2007
at 2:18 pm

It’s so much easier to bitch about the 2 percent of students being hsed than to address the real problems facing 90 percent of students in public schools.

Comment by
January 24th, 2007
at 2:52 pm

Back during the Akron Beacon-Journal hoopla, I did some research on the cases they cited as reasons for increased regulation. The one that stuck out was the Kehoe case. His parents were white supremists who removed Chevy, an honor student, during his sophmore year of high school to homeschool him and his younger siblings. The family lived off the grid supporting themselves by stealing (illegal) and dealing in weapons (illegally). They paid no taxes and avoided anything related to the government. When the boys shot the police officer they were driving an unregisted vehicle without a drivers license.

Now, does anyone believe that the Kehoe family would have jumped at the chance to register their homeschool and follow the state’s requirements? Of course not, laws are for honest people. Does anyone think the Devlin would have registed Shawn as homeschooled when he didn’t even try to register him into public school?