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Since: Jun 13

Utopia, Ohio

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Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Were you truly from the metro area you would know that.
Now, tell me how a Eurocentric school, funded by taxpayers would fly.
I wasn't asking you, dolt. I was telling you. Do you have a problem with a descendent of European heritage learning in an Afrocentric environment? Blacks and other ethnicities have been learning euro-history in public schools for years. I bet you weren't crying to learn about Nat Turner or Pancho Villa in your public school.

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Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Too stupid to read between the lines. Imagine that...
And you're too much of a wing nut lunatic to know any better.

Sad and typical of the sheeple breed.

“Seven Days In May”

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Hilliard, OH

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Nov 2, 2013
 
Gabriels Hammer wrote:
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I wasn't asking you, dolt. I was telling you. Do you have a problem with a descendent of European heritage learning in an Afrocentric environment?
Indeed I do...lies are not an education. Blacks and other ethnicities have been learning euro-history in public schools for years. And it certainly paid off for Clarence Thomas, Allen West, Guion Bluford and Chappie James.
Gabriels Hammer wrote:
I bet you weren't crying to learn about Nat Turner or Pancho Villa in your public school.
The nuns taught all of that, booner.

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Gabriels Hammer wrote:
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And you're too much of a wing nut lunatic to know any better.
Sad and typical of the sheeple breed.
A n##### with no response...imagine that.

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Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Indeed I do...lies are not an education. Blacks and other ethnicities have been learning euro-history in public schools for years. And it certainly paid off for Clarence Thomas, Allen West, Guion Bluford and Chappie James.Gabriels Hammer wrote, "
I bet you weren't crying to learn about Nat Turner or Pancho Villa in your public school."

The nuns taught all of that, booner.
Seig heil, dolt.

You managed to look even more dumb. I didn't think that was possible...Well, with you, it's expected.

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Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Indeed I do...lies are not an education. Blacks and other ethnicities have been learning euro-history in public schools for years. And it certainly paid off for Clarence Thomas, Allen West, Guion Bluford and Chappie James.Gabriels Hammer wrote, "
I bet you weren't crying to learn about Nat Turner or Pancho Villa in your public school."

The nuns taught all of that, booner.
What lies? Tell me a lie from Afrocentric teachings...

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
"Segregation breeds division".
This must be a terribly difficult concept to understand, for some.
Some seem to seize on the President's expression of that concept and whine like children that it means that the government will attack private religious schools, and is about to purchase lots of locks for their doors.
Crazy people who love playing "victim", because while touting the benefits that accrue to the students taught there, they cannot simultaneously think in abstractions about the negative societal effects of segregated religious schools.
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What segregated religious school? You know that they'll accept anyone who can pay the tuition and they have space for, don't you? You don't have to be a member of their religion.
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TonyD2 wrote:
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What segregated religious school? You know that they'll accept anyone who can pay the tuition and they have space for, don't you? You don't have to be a member of their religion.
Christ the King Catholic Church and school in Columbus always gave free tuition or reduced rate to many in their neighborhood which was at least 50% black and they did not have to be Catholic. They did receive a better education due to enforced rules,smaller classes, and other factors unlike the school they would have attended in Columbus city schools.

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