Instead of posting something of my own today, I want to link back to this article that I think everyone should read, regardless of your existing beliefs about public vs. private education (homeschool).  When reading this, we really have to ask ourselves what we expect from our perceived freedoms.  Do we expect complete freedom in every area of our lives – with the government around only to serve us and protect the laws that we, the people of this once-great nation, have voted into effect?  Or do we want our government to make laws based on “the greater good” or simply what “they” want?

Th fact is, if one of the very reasons that we oppose Obamacare (I know, there are a myriad of reasons) is because we’re being told what to do, how to do it, forced to do it, and forced to pay for it, then should we not apply this EXACT same thought process to the issue of education?

What do you think?  Do you think complete freedom in education is a fundamental right in this country?  If not, do you think it should be?