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…and so what’s the point of printing a letter from an arrogant 15 year old kid who thinks the adverb “eloquently” can describe flipping through a magazine?p>I shudder to think of the printed tongue-lashing this girl is going to get for simply reciting the half-baked, puerile beliefs taught by your average middle school teacher, who, by the way, would surely praise her “courage” in speaking out. br> — Deane Fish br> Altamont, New York /p>
Haylie Renae’s letter to TAS show us several things.
Numero uno: Our education system is now totally in ruins. The idea she has been given any facts on global warming instead of left-wing propaganda is laughable.
Numero dos: I hate to inform you of this simple fact, young lady, but men (and women) make laws all the time that take away your choices. You can’t legally take illicit drugs, engage in prostitution, or even save your money for your retirement as you see fit.
Using your illogic anyone, including myself, that wants to choose to kill someone I don’t like should be okay because, hey, that’s the decision I’ve come to.
Numero tres: Based on her age her parents are likely in their early 30’s to mid 40’s. Probably as uneducated and ignorantly liberal as she or they’d have stopped the indoctrination already (of course, maybe that’s why TAS is lying around the house).
Numero quatro: For every Haylie Renae I’m happy there are one, or maybe two, intelligent individuals to counter her future vote. Those will be the ones fighting and dying against the extremists in the world that I’m sure Miss Renae thinks are on the side of the righteous.p>Otherwise I’m afraid we’re doomed.