How is a question a straw man? If you can give me a consistent pattern to the otherwise, then you'll be proven correct and me wrong. A straw man would be me quibbling over "where do you put the income voucher, you can't do that, because if someone makes a dollar more, then that's not fair". I attacked your argument full-on, philosophically. Quit being a coward and answer.
No, but it is demonstrating a point - that quality of education is not the only distinguishing factor between public and private education.This is flawed since this is never the situation parents face.
All I see you doing is making ideological declarations and getting snippy when we don't accept them forthright. If you believe in something so goddamn much, defend it, or slither away in cowardice.More bullshit. All I see is you making up hypothetical situations to try to prove your point.
It wasn't a race bait; I know several people who moved from a rural school district to a suburban one because the people at the former were too "trashy". 90% White schools in both circumstances.Race bait, I won't bite.
Individuals don't change, but generations, as a whole, have different perspectives than previous generations.
You're completely missing the big picture here - it's not the distinguishing factor that's the issue, it's that people are distinguishing, and then making value judgments based on those distinguishments, in the first place.