Special ED Programs

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Special ED Programs

Postby Slaytesics » Fri Aug 21, 2009 11:57 pm

This is supply your Nation with special ED with two seperate views on the situation

"President, as you know half of the Nation is suffering from Aspergers, NCG, or retardation, these citizens are more likely to have have children with the same disabilites, I suggest you have Schools designed for Special ED learning, these citizens are smart they just need the right teaching, Don't you agree?"

"As my assosciate said", Said Mr.Locke after Ms.Demosthenes spoke, the Chubby business man sweating" Half the Nation has a disability, but these citizens can't learn, and Special ED programs will cost so much money, it is not worth it, just have the Disabled work in sweatshops."

Option one: result is more Civil Freedom and worse economy

Option Two: less Civil freedom better economy
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Re: Special ED Programs

Postby Glen-Rhodes » Sat Aug 22, 2009 7:40 am

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Re: Special ED Programs

Postby Cynthia McKinney » Sat Aug 22, 2009 9:12 am

You people know nothing about economics. Helping disabled people doesn't hurt the economy. Supporting sweatshops hurts the economy not helps it.

Civil Rights and Economy are not mutually exclusive. One doesn't come at the expense of the other. Countries can have both strong personal freedom and civil rights and a strong economy.

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