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Old 03-28-2010, 02:56 PM   #51
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Meh. I've missed a week of school and they have never asked for a note. Not once. Its really an invasion of privacy if they need a note from your doctor.
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They needed a note for any absence of three days or more.
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Pissy private school.

They needed a note for any absence of three days or more.
Most schools do.
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Most schools do.
From a parent or a doctor?
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From a parent or a doctor?
tbh, I'm not sure... I think my school usually just needed a guardian to call in. But for a long time out, I think you needed a doctors note, idk.
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From a parent or a doctor?
My public school required a doctors note if I were to miss three days or more of school in a week.
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If we have any kind of limit like that, how is it a democracy? That'd just cause more issues.
It would be a democracy because we would still vote who took that seat.
For example, people would vote for the best republican if it was a republican seat and vice versa if it were a democratic seat. We have a constant amount for the president (one) and vice president (one) madam speaker (one). Why not a constant amount for the house and senate?
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That is simply not true, on the health care bill individuals from both parties voted no. Denying a bill or passing a bill; they are both getting something done. Only bills that benefit both parties aka all of America will pass. With a leading majority like it is now, only 50 percent of Americans will approve of the bill.
(Given that and if Americans are split equally 50/50)

Bipartisanship my friend, bipartisanship.
The voting isn't exactly that close. The democrats seem to have a good job if they fooled you. Look at the democrats who voted against the bill. They're in very republican-friendly congressional districts, this year is election year. There is a reason they voted no. They want to keep their seats in the house. That's the same reason why some republicans may have abstained from voting yes. America works when people aren't afraid of speaking out their mind, and right now, that's not the case.
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