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Obama Admin Wants to Deport Christian Homeschoolers

HomeschoolEducator Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 8:10 AM
Elian Gonzales wasn't deported because of his beliefs. He was given back to his family after his mother died on a raft leaving Cuba. While I might not like the communist/socialist/fascist government in Cuba, it was important for him to be with his father. This is a completely different issue. This is a family seeking freedom...and the government doesn't want any free thinkers here.
HomeschoolEducator Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 8:20 AM
I will definitely agree with you on those in power wanting to maintain status quo. If it wasn't about status quo, Luther never would have posted his 95 Theses on the door.

Unfortunately, the current admin seems to like a status quo of not being questioned, of finding someone else to blame and of doing what is in their best interest rather than in the best interest of the country.
LearningCommunity Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 8:16 AM
HomeschoolEducator, I'm not sure I agree with your conclusion that the government doesn't want any free thinkers here.

I don't think any government wants to change the current status. That is particularly true of Monarchs and the Church, who ran the world from the beginning of time until Capitalism.

The Romeike family fled their German homeland in 2008 seeking political asylum in the United States – where they hoped to home school their children. Instead, the Obama administration wants the evangelical Christian family deported.

The fate of Uwe and Hannelore Romeikie – along with their six children – now rests with the Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals – after the Dept. of Homeland Security said they don’t deserve asylum.

Neither the Justice Dept. nor the Dept. of Homeland Security returned calls seeking comment.

“The Obama administration is basically saying there is no right to home school anywhere,” said Michael...