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Some of their questions seem either not so well planned or biased. It got my political leaning correct.

"Mothers may have careers, but their first duty is to be homemakers."

What are they asking? Maybe the question should be.... "Should your children be raised by it's parent or by daycare?".... What about fathers who stay home? This is a wierd and very conspicuous question.

"Charity is better than social security as a means of helping the genuinely disadvantaged."

When isn't it? Give me an instance of when charity is worse than some other method for doling out help. Did they mean.... "The only form of wellfare in a society should be charity?" I have two different answers to these questions.


In reply to Re: Political alignment of the Perl community [OT] by petesmiley
in thread Political alignment of the Perl community [OT] by Trag

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