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    California Illiteracy: The “No Voter Left Behind Act”

    California Illiteracy: The “No Voter Left Behind Act”November 9th 2005

    California has moved one step closer to the abyss of moral bankruptcy. The voters turned down four “no brainer” propositions on Tuesday. These amendments were very easy to read and understand. The questions were not ambiguous or written in double negatives, which sometimes ‘trip up’ unsuspecting voters. The results of the election lead me to believe that the voters have either NO morality or are just plain stupid.

    To believe the absence of morality theory, you have to interpret the votes as follows.
    Californians want 12 year old girls to sneak around behind their parents’ backs and have free, unfettered access to abortions on demand.
    Californians want bad teachers to be protected by the unions and the state unable to remove them.
    Californians want the unions to steal money from their members to give to political candidates without permission.
    Californians want the state to spend more money than they have. They want to cry and cry about the Federal deficit but think it’s a good idea for them to run their state with a deficit.
    To restate the theory, Californians want sneaking, protecting the wicked, stealing and hypocrisy.

    To believe the just plain stupid theory, you can interpret the votes as follows.
    Californians cannot read for themselves.
    Californians are easily convinced of an opinion with yard signs and TV commercials.
    Californians let liberals vote twice and dead people can vote too, as long as they’re registered democrats.
    This theory is easier to accept and digest. Therefore, Raider has instituted the “no voter left behind act”. This will deny voting to people who cannot read. A sign at the polling station will say “Show proof of identity before obtaining ballot”. If an illiterate isn’t holding their ID when getting the ballot, the ballot will be ripped to shreds in front of their face and they will be told to leave and shot with a low power paintball gun in the head. This green paint spot will identify them as an illiterate in case they decide to return later in the day. Computer touch screen ballot machines will have no proposition numbers on the questions. This will prevent voting with a cheat sheet. This new voting method will be good for California, as it promotes good reading skills. Reading Is Fundamental.

    No voter left behind
    Ratified by: Raider
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    Proposition 73
    Waiting Period and Parental Notification Before Termination of Minor's Pregnancy. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
    • Amends California Constitution, prohibiting abortion for unemancipated minor until 48 hours after physician notifies minor's parent/legal guardian, except in medical emergency or with parental waiver.
    • Defines abortion as causing "death of the unborn child, a child conceived but not yet born."
    • Permits minor to obtain court order waiving notice based on clear, convincing evidence of minor's maturity or best interests.
    • Mandates various reporting requirements.
    • Authorizes monetary damages against physicians for violation.
    • Requires minor's consent to abortion, with certain exceptions.
    • Permits judicial relief if minor's consent coerced.

    Proposition 74
    Public School Teachers. Waiting Period for Permanent Status. Dismissal. Initiative Statute.
    • Increases length of time required before a teacher may become a permanent employee from two complete consecutive school years to five complete consecutive school years.
    • Measure applies to teachers whose probationary period commenced during or after the 2003-2004 fiscal year.
    • Modifies the process by which school boards can dismiss a permanent teaching employee who receives two consecutive unsatisfactory performance evaluations.

    Proposition 75
    Public Employee Union Dues. Restrictions on Political Contributions. Employee Consent Requirement. Initiative Statute.
    • Prohibits the use by public employee labor organizations of public employee dues or fees for political contributions except with the prior consent of individual public employees each year on a specified written form.
    • Restriction does not apply to dues or fees collected for charitable organizations, health care insurance, or other purposes directly benefitting the public employee.
    • Requires public employee labor organizations to maintain and submit records to Fair Political Practices Commission concerning individual public employees’ and organizations’ political contributions.
    • These records are not subject to public disclosure.

    Proposition 76
    State Spending and School Funding Limits. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
    • Limits state spending to prior year’s level plus three previous years’ average revenue growth.
    • Changes state minimum school funding requirements (Proposition 98); eliminates repayment requirement when minimum funding suspended.
    • Excludes appropriations above the minimum from schools’ funding base.
    • Directs excess General Fund revenues, currently directed to schools/tax relief, to budget reserve, specified construction, debt repayment.
    • Permits Governor, under specified circumstances, to reduce appropriations of Governor’s choosing, including employee compensation/state contracts.
    • Continues prior year appropriations if state budget delayed.
    • Prohibits state special funds borrowing.
    • Requires payment of local government mandates.

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    California Illiteracy: The “No Voter Left Behind Act”November 9th 2005

    California has moved one step closer to the abyss of moral bankruptcy. The voters turned down four “no brainer” propositions on Tuesday. These amendments were very easy to read and understand. The questions were not ambiguous or written in double negatives, which sometimes ‘trip up’ unsuspecting voters. The results of the election lead me to believe that the voters have either NO morality or are just plain stupid.

    To believe the absence of morality theory, you have to interpret the votes as follows.
    Californians want 12 year old girls to sneak around behind their parents’ backs and have free, unfettered access to abortions on demand.
    Californians want bad teachers to be protected by the unions and the state unable to remove them.
    Californians want the unions to steal money from their members to give to political candidates without permission.
    Californians want the state to spend more money than they have. They want to cry and cry about the Federal deficit but think it’s a good idea for them to run their state with a deficit.
    To restate the theory, Californians want sneaking, protecting the wicked, stealing and hypocrisy.

    To believe the just plain stupid theory, you can interpret the votes as follows.
    Californians cannot read for themselves.
    Californians are easily convinced of an opinion with yard signs and TV commercials.
    Californians let liberals vote twice and dead people can vote too, as long as they’re registered democrats.
    This theory is easier to accept and digest. Therefore, Raider has instituted the “no voter left behind act”. This will deny voting to people who cannot read. A sign at the polling station will say “Show proof of identity before obtaining ballot”. If an illiterate isn’t holding their ID when getting the ballot, the ballot will be ripped to shreds in front of their face and they will be told to leave and shot with a low power paintball gun in the head. This green paint spot will identify them as an illiterate in case they decide to return later in the day. Computer touch screen ballot machines will have no proposition numbers on the questions. This will prevent voting with a cheat sheet. This new voting method will be good for California, as it promotes good reading skills. Reading Is Fundamental.

    No voter left behind
    Ratified by: Raider
    11/09/2005

    Great post...it is a shame that you were not in charge of the Governors campaign. I live out here and you cannot begin to measure the time, effort, and lying the left has put into defeating these measures. If the above questions were asked of all Americans, how do you think the vote would go? If the above questions were asked of all Californians, how do you think the vote would go? The unions are able to mobilize their base and aggressively promote their socialist agendas. These questions were never framed for voters as you have done in the above piece...they were buried beneath attack ads focusing on anything but these things. Arnold was counting on his popularity to carry him...he , like many of us, continually underestimate how vicious and decitful the opposition is. Between his reticence to engage(Bushs problem as well), the media acting as disinformation hacks, and a relentless barrage of attack-style ads, California is three steps closer to Hell.

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    Re: California Illiteracy: The “No Voter Left Behind Act”

    Hello,

    Yes, you are right, I want all the things you have listed in your post.
    I read the propositions and I came the conclusions you have put in your post.
    I am all for moral bankruptcy Your call for only allowing Californias the vote if they can read is an intersting one. Are you going to come and take my voter registration card away from me??

    Now what??

    DeeDee1965

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    Re: California Illiteracy: The “No Voter Left Behind Act”

    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee1965
    Hello,

    Yes, you are right, I want all the things you have listed in your post.
    I read the propositions and I came the conclusions you have put in your post.
    I am all for moral bankruptcy Your call for only allowing Californias the vote if they can read is an intersting one. Are you going to come and take my voter registration card away from me??

    Now what??

    DeeDee1965

    No, I think everyone should vote. I am referring to the effective masking of the issues by the unions and abortion activists. You have to sign a piece of paper to let the school give your kid an aspirin, but if it is a matter of just killing a child, no problem. Thee are many who believe in what you do . There are many, many more who do not. This vote is simply a testment to the power of an effective marketing campaign and the underestimation of an opponent. It does not mean that most people think 12 year olds should be able to get abortions without parental consent. It is yet another step in the lib attempts to protect child molesters and install drive-thru abortion stalls on every corner(buy one, get one free!). It only makes me sad, DeeDee, if this is what you believe in.

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    Re: California Illiteracy: The “No Voter Left Behind Act”

    Democracy in action folks. What's good enough for the Republicans is good enough for the Democrats.

    I don't know what you are complaining about, conservatives are always repeating the mantra of VOTE, VOTE, VOTE. Well, they voted and the majority won. What's the complaint? Isn't that what happened in 2000 and 2004?

    Geez,

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    Re: California Illiteracy: The “No Voter Left Behind Act”

    Quote Originally Posted by sojustask
    Democracy in action folks. What's good enough for the Republicans is good enough for the Democrats.

    I don't know what you are complaining about, conservatives are always repeating the mantra of VOTE, VOTE, VOTE. Well, they voted and the majority won. What's the complaint? Isn't that what happened in 2000 and 2004?

    Geez,

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    I have no complaints...as I have always said--let the voters decide. But I would bet that even a wild-eyed lib like yourself (and I mean that with much affection, and I bet your eyes are gorgeous-even when wild)would take exception to at least a couple of these.

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    Re: California Illiteracy: The “No Voter Left Behind Act”

    Quote Originally Posted by pwrone
    I have no complaints...as I have always said--let the voters decide. But I would bet that even a wild-eyed lib like yourself (and I mean that with much affection, and I bet your eyes are gorgeous-even when wild)would take exception to at least a couple of these.

    Don't crack me up, I'm not supposed to like you, remember? ;)

    There were a few of those selections that I definitely would have voted no on. But I'm not really a "liberal" in the pure sense of the word, I vote for what I feel is right and best. Sometimes that's conservative and sometimes it's liberal.

    But, when someone says that the voters should decide, they can't get all huffy when they do. Even if that someone disagrees.

    Namaste'

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    Hi Pwrone,

    Well, since I do not get ANY of my news and information from TV, talking heads, pundits, main stream media, how was I influenced?

    DeeDee1965

    I will answer that, I read the voter's booklet.

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    Pwrone,

    If a 12, 13, 14, year old girl is molested or raped, by her father, uncle, mother's boyfriend; Do you think her parents will give their consent?

    By the way, my values, thoughts, and opinions are as complex and issue driven as yours.

    DeeDee1965

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee1965
    Pwrone,

    If a 12, 13, 14, year old girl is molested or raped, by her father, uncle, mother's boyfriend; Do you think her parents will give their consent?

    By the way, my values, thoughts, and opinions are as complex and issue driven as yours.

    DeeDee1965
    please read proposition 73.
    There were stipulations built in to the ammendment to handle these sort of circumstances.

    Proposition 73
    Waiting Period and Parental Notification Before Termination of Minor's Pregnancy. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
    • Amends California Constitution, prohibiting abortion for unemancipated minor until 48 hours after physician notifies minor's parent/legal guardian, except in medical emergency or with parental waiver.
    • Defines abortion as causing "death of the unborn child, a child conceived but not yet born."
    Permits minor to obtain court order waiving notice based on clear, convincing evidence of minor's maturity or best interests.
    Mandates various reporting requirements.
    • Authorizes monetary damages against physicians for violation.
    • Requires minor's consent to abortion, with certain exceptions.
    • Permits judicial relief if minor's consent coerced.


    Once the judgement is issued, the reporting requirement will ensure that the scumbag molester you mentioned gets a cellmate named bubba to give him a little of what he gave. :cool:

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    this is great news!we can only hope that the old sayin is true,so goes california,so goes the nation!!sorry right wingers!!but do it "RIGHT" or get outa town!!"steal" the "house" and pay the price!!do i smell a STEAMROLLER ACOMIN!! :eek: :eek: :rolleyes:

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    Since I said I read the propsitions, why should I read it again? I understood the first time.

    But when you are a scared, confused, freaked out kid, consent, waivers, hearings, court orders, sound more confusing and scary.

    A kid cannot just go into court and say, "Hey judge I need a court order, to get an abortion. My dad has been molesting me for two years, and this time the condom broke."

    So all the waivers, and blah, blah , blah, do not and cannot help a truely frightened young girl.

    Children think in absolutes. "If I cannot just go to the doctor, I will do it myself." Or "I will just kill myself. No one is going to believe me, about my dad anyway."

    This has happended. The "could have," "should have" "would have" does not help when the damage is done.

    DeeDee1965
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    Re: California Illiteracy: The “No Voter Left Behind Act”

    Quote Originally Posted by Raider
    California Illiteracy: The “No Voter Left Behind Act”November 9th 2005

    California has moved one step closer to the abyss of moral bankruptcy. The voters turned down four “no brainer” propositions on Tuesday. These amendments were very easy to read and understand. The questions were not ambiguous or written in double negatives, which sometimes ‘trip up’ unsuspecting voters. The results of the election lead me to believe that the voters have either NO morality or are just plain stupid.

    To believe the absence of morality theory, you have to interpret the votes as follows.
    Californians want 12 year old girls to sneak around behind their parents’ backs and have free, unfettered access to abortions on demand.
    Californians want bad teachers to be protected by the unions and the state unable to remove them.
    Californians want the unions to steal money from their members to give to political candidates without permission.
    Californians want the state to spend more money than they have. They want to cry and cry about the Federal deficit but think it’s a good idea for them to run their state with a deficit.
    To restate the theory, Californians want sneaking, protecting the wicked, stealing and hypocrisy.

    To believe the just plain stupid theory, you can interpret the votes as follows.
    Californians cannot read for themselves.
    Californians are easily convinced of an opinion with yard signs and TV commercials.
    Californians let liberals vote twice and dead people can vote too, as long as they’re registered democrats.
    This theory is easier to accept and digest. Therefore, Raider has instituted the “no voter left behind act”. This will deny voting to people who cannot read. A sign at the polling station will say “Show proof of identity before obtaining ballot”. If an illiterate isn’t holding their ID when getting the ballot, the ballot will be ripped to shreds in front of their face and they will be told to leave and shot with a low power paintball gun in the head. This green paint spot will identify them as an illiterate in case they decide to return later in the day. Computer touch screen ballot machines will have no proposition numbers on the questions. This will prevent voting with a cheat sheet. This new voting method will be good for California, as it promotes good reading skills. Reading Is Fundamental.

    No voter left behind
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    ok.....i'm not sayin your WRONG!...i'm just sayin your wrong in your approach to the problem.whatever you see it to be.remember i said APPROACH.that is..a desired end.well guess what.......we're back to that age old sayin about the means and the end.some say the means justifies the end.and a few say the means IS the end.the question is........what do you think!?and why!? and what is your opinion on the FACTS of this matter!?you obviously dislike the facts!!or more susinctly put......the results of choice.(voting)!!now you have to ask yourself.......why!?and of course you already KNOW WHY!!people are dumb or stupid or evil or scared or cant read or dont care or dont LIKE YOU!!hehe!!it can be personal............YOU SHOULD KNOW!!but to come down off your low self hoisted horse and just admit your out of touch with humanity is ok with me!!we welcome the effort!!by the way.......i always wanted to ask you....who's holdin the bag anyway!?hehe!! :eek: :p :rolleyes:

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee1965
    Since I said I read the propsitions, why should I read it again? I understood the first time.
    I'm sorry, it just sounded like you voted against the proposition. If you did, this would make you either illiterate, a card carrying member of naral/planned parenthood, or easily persuaded by the kook fringe of your party. If you voted for prop 73, this means that you are able to read and you are an independent thinker (open-minded).

    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee1965
    But when you are a scared, confused, freaked out kid, consent, waivers, hearings, court orders, sound more confusing and scary.

    A kid cannot just go into court and say, "Hey judge I need a court order, to get an abortion. My dad has been molesting me for two years, and this time the condom broke."

    So all the waivers, and blah, blah , blah, do not and cannot help a truely frightened young girl.

    Children think in absolutes. "If I cannot just go to the doctor, I will do it myself." Or "I will just kill myself. No one is going to believe me, about my dad anyway."

    This has happended. The "could have," "should have" "would have" does not help when the damage is done.

    DeeDee1965
    So, you throw out some hypothetical scare tactic to bolster an opinion?
    The way it is now, the molester WON'T be reported. If 73 would have passed, the 1 in 5000 abortions that incest is involved with, the crime would have to be legally reported and then actions would have been taken. Without the ammendment, the molester is still free and on the prowl and the victim in this case is STILL in danger. Why anyone wouldn't want to help child rape victims is beyond me!

    The "legal obstacles" you mentioned were unfair. Planned parenthood and other abortion advocates would have legal crisis people at every center to get help to this teenager. If the teen can willy-nilly just show up for an operation to remove a "growth" in the birth canal, they should be more than able to wander over to a judge first.....This of course would not be the case because these abortion centers will have juvenile lawers on hand to represent the teen and handle all the details for them.

    The ammendment didn't even require parental consent. It simply required parental notification. How is the difference so plain but difficult for leftist fringe to see? As a parent, I would want to know if my child was undergoing a surgery of any kind. I could better discuss options with my daughter compared to these abortion counceling centers, that make profit from referrals. Is my daughters promiscuity something that I should be alerted to? Why not? Because I might tell her not to see the scumbag boyfriend that she's been dating? Ooooooo....cruel and unusual punishment there. I have to sign a permission slip for a field trip 12 miles away, but I don't need to know about the slaughter of my unborn grandchild? Good try.


    A similar law will eventually be mandated by the FED and upheld by the SC so it's just a matter of time before the will of the people comes into fruition. :cool:

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    Like I said, I read the propositions and I voted against 73. I will ask again, since you have deemed me "illiterate," and the "illiterate should not vote. Are you, going to be the one to take my voter registration card away for me?

    If a doctor, teacher, or any kind of professional, who deals children, education or healthcare, "notifies" a parent about the behavior, conduct, or intentions of a minor, that parent is duty bound to take action. Parents are responsible for their minor children. Notification IS tantamount to asking for consent. The parent can either say; "OK, go ahead, thanks for the heads up." Or they can say; "Do not touch my daughter with a ten foot pole, I am on my way to the hospital/clinic"

    Have you EVER wandered over to a judge for anything?? Maybe you have, if so I apologize. But my scenario still stands. It is not an easy, simple, or quick process, to get ANYTHING done in court. Since you choose to call part of my reply, "a hypothetical scare tactic," take a look at my provided link.

    And then just think about what it was like to be young, unsure and scared.

    DeeDee1965

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