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Should education be free? - Sovereignman - 04-04-2012

Jones has an article up that is painting police as bad people for pepper spraying entitlement libs that became upset because they were not let in a meeting in which officials discussed tuition raises for said libtard students.

http://www.infowars.com/out-of-control-cops-pepper-spray-students-demanding-free-education/

My opinion, education should be free if a individual chooses to give their time teaching others. However, there are some out there that believe they should be given something in return for teaching a skill, trade, etc. This I also believe is ok.

For a person, or group of people, to demand they receive a free education aggravates me, momentarily. Then I realize they are californians, lefties, libbies, and I remember that they can't help it and that I should go back to wasting time by looking at pictures of naked women and fast cars.


RE: Should education be free? - icosaface - 04-05-2012

In what sense is it free, Sovereignman?


RE: Should education be free? - Sovereignman - 04-05-2012

In many cases it really is not. Everyone learns things through trial and error which I would just call, "life", but if you are looking to learn something specific many times there are costs associated with it.

The question is, do you, or anyone else, feel as though an education at a university, college, school, etc should be free?


RE: Should education be free? - yeti - 04-05-2012

(04-05-2012, 01:45 AM)Sovereignman Wrote: if you are looking to learn something specific many times there are costs associated with it.

Obviously education has costs. Do you think this is news? What they are referring to is higher education which the consumer does not pay for, like in many parts of the western world. The costs are covered by taxes, just as it is in North America for primary and secondary public education.




RE: Should education be free? - concenfla - 04-16-2012

Education is already free. Libraries are free and it's easy to get internet access.

But people often mistake "education" and "schooling". The latter is just dog-training. It has the effect of turning genuine human beings into domesticated ninnies. Historically, people have had to pay for this honor of becoming good obedient little lapdogs. In more recent times, an increasing number of ninnies want their brainwashing and indoctrination to be "free". Which is kind of ironic, because schooling takes away your FREE will.

I don't think any of this really matters. It's clear that most of these people already have such corrupted brains even by the time they go to kindergarten that there's not much hope for them.

Free "education" was a plank of the Communist Manifesto, btw.


RE: Should education be free? - yeti - 04-16-2012

(04-16-2012, 03:43 AM)concenfla Wrote: Free "education" was a plank of the Communist Manifesto

Hitler was a vegetarian.