5K run will benefit Catholic schools

Sep 2, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: New Jersey Herald

The Academy of Sussex County Catholic Schools will hold the third annual 5K Spirit Run at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept.

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no way i am gonna give my money to pope john high school. i pay enough taxes. not gonna help those people.
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no way wrote:
no way i am gonna give my money to pope john high school. i pay enough taxes. not gonna help those people.
Keep your money nobody wants it anyway but enjoy my donation to the education of your children. Have a pleasant day.
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Keep your money nobody wants it anyway.But enjoy my contribution to your childs education.Have a nice day
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Keep your money anyway. Nobody wants it. But please enjoy my contribution to your child's education. Have a nice day.
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You should be thanking us. Our taxes go directly into your school's pocket. We have five children and not one of them attend public school... Do the math... 15K a year to educate one child in public school. Our five children do not attend so this nets the school 75K a year in savings. To top it off we pay taxes of which 5K goes to the public school. That is 80K a YEAR in your favor! Thank us. Most people are too ignorant to think of this.
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Most angry people don't know this but when people send their children to private school they are saving you money. For example, we send five children to public school. The cost of education today in public school is a whopping 15K a year. Right off the bat we are saving the public school 75K a year by not sending them there. And the kicker is we pay yearly taxes of which 5K goes directly to the public schools which we don't use. That's 80K in your pocket my friend. You put none in ours. You should be thanking us.
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FLUSH the POPE down the JOHN!!!!!
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HEY wrote:
FLUSH the POPE down the JOHN!!!!!
Don't let the elite bring you down. You are beautiful, even if you can't cut it.

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I can't believe what I am reading. There are actually people who have a problem with other people sending their children to private school? Parents who take responsibility for their own children and pay for their education actually have to justify their actions to bloodsucking leeches who send their children to public schools on other people's money? What a joke.

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those people wrote:
Keep your money anyway. Nobody wants it. But please enjoy my contribution to your child's education. Have a nice day.
do you studder?

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I can't believe what I am reading. There are actually people who have a problem with other people sending their children to private school? Parents who take responsibility for their own children and pay for their education actually have to justify their actions to bloodsucking leeches who send their children to public schools on other people's money? What a joke.
no pep. people have a problem with jerks who think they are better cause their brats go to a private school. big difference.

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there are people whose kids went to catholic school who are kind and do not look down on others. they continue to go to church while others run as soon as graduation is over. the good kids keep to their religious upbringing and values. the others are doomed.

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BMOC wrote:
there are people whose kids went to catholic school who are kind and do not look down on others. they continue to go to church while others run as soon as graduation is over. the good kids keep to their religious upbringing and values. the others are doomed.
SOOO you are saying that kids that go/went to catholic school but do not go to church are brats or going to hell? WOW!
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Pepperoni21 wrote:
I can't believe what I am reading. There are actually people who have a problem with other people sending their children to private school? Parents who take responsibility for their own children and pay for their education actually have to justify their actions to bloodsucking leeches who send their children to public schools on other people's money? What a joke.
Pep, I own my home, pay taxes, my kids go to public school...that makes me a leech?

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As far as I am concerned, if you have children in public school you are a leech. You are educating your child on the money of people who do not have children in public school. You may be paying taxes, but you drawing much more from the tax pool than someone without children who is paying the same tax rate as you. In essence, you are no better than someone on welfare.
HMMMMM

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Pepperoni21 wrote:
As far as I am concerned, if you have children in public school you are a leech. You are educating your child on the money of people who do not have children in public school. You may be paying taxes, but you drawing much more from the tax pool than someone without children who is paying the same tax rate as you. In essence, you are no better than someone on welfare.
Your a nut!! O and my kids ARE in private school...but your still a nut!!!

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Pepperoni21 wrote:
As far as I am concerned, if you have children in public school you are a leech. You are educating your child on the money of people who do not have children in public school. You may be paying taxes, but you drawing much more from the tax pool than someone without children who is paying the same tax rate as you. In essence, you are no better than someone on welfare.
Hey Pepp hope all is well. Welcome to a Socialism!
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It is amazing how many people automatically dislike us when they discover we send our kids to catholic school. Without even knowing us as people they judge us simply on this basis. We have no dislike or predjudice of others no matter where they send their children. These people who accuse Catholic school families of being "snobs" are the first people to be snobbish in their reactions. These people are the most hypocritical people on the face of the earth. If you just worry about yourself and not have such narrow minded animosity towards others you will be a much happier person. I simply pray for them. Their hearts must be filled with hatred.

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Too Funny, you are 100% correct. People look at parents who just want the best education possible for their children and are willing to pay for it, with disdain. At the same time, these same people are all too happy to enroll their children in free public school and then make demand after demand for the taxpayers to pay more to educate their children. Remember, when someone puts their child in private school, they are not only paying for their child's education, they are also paying for YOUR child's education. So if you have a child in public school, you should probably keep your mouth shut about parents whose children attend private school and just say THANK YOU. If this offends anyone, I don't care.
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BMOC wrote:
<quoted text>do you studder?
Yes especially when I drop off the check quartly to pay for your childs education.You have a choice of donating to a charity unfortunately I do not have that option when it comes to you and your childs school that I am forced to pay for. HAVE A VERY VERY NICE DAY.

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