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seabeyond Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Apr-06-10 11:39 AM
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23. no, it isnt pick up the tab. and you use that choice of wordage to project your less than positive
image. to pretend otherwise is to, well, pretend.

i am not even gonna take the time to list out the wrong in your thinking.

so much of the discussion has been left out by your closed minded dismisal and conclusion you draw.


you are wrong.
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  -Bad teachers didn't cause our educational problems in this country Klukie  Apr-06-10 10:21 AM   #0 
  - It's not really a question of parents being able to handle both sets of responsibilities--  TwilightGardener   Apr-06-10 10:27 AM   #1 
  - True, but on the other hand, staying at home is an option that many can and do afford.  KittyWampus   Apr-06-10 10:33 AM   #3 
  - The term used to be "a living wage" when unions and  kiva   Apr-06-10 10:45 AM   #11 
  - Yeah..I know people can't afford it  Klukie   Apr-06-10 10:35 AM   #4 
  - what a lot of lower paying wage homes need to sit down and figure is IF going to work is really  seabeyond   Apr-06-10 10:42 AM   #8 
  - The destruction of the middle class.  RaleighNCDUer   Apr-06-10 11:06 AM   #16 
     - so true. this really bothers me in the lack of comprehension how much this will hurt ALL of us  seabeyond   Apr-06-10 11:37 AM   #22 
  - Agreed, though your post probably won't be popular. But it's not just babies/toddlers needing  KittyWampus   Apr-06-10 10:28 AM   #2 
  - "Our teachers are not the problem.....we are." yup. nt  seabeyond   Apr-06-10 10:36 AM   #5 
  - That and it's cool to be ignorant these days  Kievan Rus   Apr-06-10 10:39 AM   #6 
  - i agree, but that is out of the home too. since babies, we embraced education  seabeyond   Apr-06-10 10:44 AM   #10 
  - Yup. And too many hero-worship athletes and sneer at intellectuals.  City Lights   Apr-06-10 11:01 AM   #15 
  - Well, aren't you special  Tansy_Gold   Apr-06-10 10:40 AM   #7 
  - I don't give a crap who stays home with them....  Klukie   Apr-06-10 10:52 AM   #12 
  - He picks up the tab  Tansy_Gold   Apr-06-10 11:12 AM   #19 
     - no, it isnt pick up the tab. and you use that choice of wordage to project your less than positive  seabeyond   Apr-06-10 11:39 AM   #23 
  - One other thing...  Klukie   Apr-06-10 10:57 AM   #14 
     - You go right ahead and with my blessing, even if you don't want it  Tansy_Gold   Apr-06-10 02:22 PM   #25 
        - I think you apply way too much luck to the issue.  Klukie   Apr-06-10 04:21 PM   #27 
  - Absolutely correct.  jaksavage   Apr-06-10 10:43 AM   #9 
  - You make a great point.  ParkieDem   Apr-06-10 10:53 AM   #13 
  - Parents are middlemen  The2ndWheel   Apr-06-10 11:10 AM   #17 
  - Yes/No. The teaching field has lost a lot of its talent pool now that women can go into other jobs.  Captain Hilts   Apr-06-10 11:12 AM   #18 
  - Your observations are spot on....  AnneD   Apr-06-10 11:26 AM   #20 
  - there was no golden age when children were loved and nurtured and taught  mopinko   Apr-06-10 11:30 AM   #21 
  - Many Western European countries pay parents for time off--both sexes  eridani   Apr-06-10 12:12 PM   #24 
  - You skipped step 1 in the process: what problems?  ieoeja   Apr-06-10 02:54 PM   #26 
  - Thank you.  Tansy_Gold   Apr-06-10 04:50 PM   #28 
  - So we aren't behind in math and science compared to other countries?  Klukie   Apr-06-10 05:00 PM   #30 
     - again, i will put it on the parents.  seabeyond   Apr-06-10 05:25 PM   #31 
     - Does the district your children attend have these problems?  etherealtruth   Apr-06-10 06:28 PM   #33 
     - Which country are we behind in math and science as measured by ...  ieoeja   Apr-07-10 02:00 PM   #36 
  - I understand your point but I am not going to point my finger at any working parents.  proud2BlibKansan   Apr-06-10 05:00 PM   #29 
  - There's another direction the finger of blame should point.  Dr Morbius   Apr-06-10 05:34 PM   #32 
  - It all goes back to 'values' and values come from home. n/t  Fire1   Apr-06-10 06:45 PM   #35 
  - Bullseye!!! The fact of the matter is good parents have to battle  Naturalist111   Apr-06-10 06:40 PM   #34 
  - There are plenty of SAH parents who are lousy parents... doesn't matter if you work or not, it's  NotThisTime   Apr-07-10 02:36 PM   #37 
  - Who are all these people choosing to have children they are marginally able to care for?  Taitertots   Apr-07-10 02:55 PM   #38 

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