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Family Values

I posted this on the Apricity Forum, and I liked it so much I thought I would post it here.  My conception of Family Values:


One of the reason I believe so strongly in the City-State concept, is because the idea of family values varies so much from one person to another. Ideally, people who agree on values should be able to live together and teach those values in the school classroom, preach them in the house of faith, market them in the market place and proscribe them in the courthouse. I am not a fundamentalist Christian, but I agree that conservative people should have the option to bring up their children in the manner that seems right to them. I might not agree with all their moral scruples, but then again, I do not have to live in their community either. Hence the concept of the city state and local control. Where I have trouble with "family values" or any values for that matter, is when they are legislated at the Federal level. Local communities should decide, not Big Brother.


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