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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Salty, Jul 31, 2011.
You may want to read the wording and the commmts first before making a decision
Yes. The objections are baseless.
As to the responses, there is nothing in the Constitution which obligates a citizen to do anything.
Yes, though its a shame that our country has come to the point where we have to spell out parental rights.
If you object to this, you need to go read the international treaty on the "rights of the child" which is really about giving the gov more power and individuals less and has nothing whatsoever to do with children's rights.
Don't both the ninth and tenth amendments already cover this? (although not specifically)
Nonsensical political rhetoric. I don't need an amendment to raise my child as I see fit, nor would one actually guarantee anything concerning my so called "rights".