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New Jersey senator says he’ll introduce anti-bullying legislation on US college campuses

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  1. Why restrict the legislation to colleges? It should also apply to schools!!! Teach them when they’re young and the lessons may stick for life!

  2. Precisely, AndyAS! I opened this comment page to say exactly the same thing. With the examples of bullying in high schools recently it seems that legislation is needed in all places of education – and sometimes not just for the students…

  3. Why did someone have to die for this to happen?

  4. Dr Robin Guthrie 7 Oct 2010, 7:52pm

    “Why restrict the legislation to colleges? It should also apply to schools!!! Teach them when they’re young and the lessons may stick for life!”

    Said the Pope and every religious idiot on the planet.

    That is exactly how indoctrinating religions work and it is a route that should not be gone down.

    Schools should teach every aspect of everything, however again the problem is, once poor kid goes home, homophobe or racist father / mother applies their own logic.

    A sensitive child would work its own thoughts, a forceful child would simply deem what it was told is correct and to be acted upon.

    Having been a sensitive child born of non religious parents, I even empathized with the person who hospitalized me in 1989.

    Martin:

    “Why did someone have to die for this to happen? ”

    Read you newspapers, watch you religious leaders, follow the politicians.

    They all made it happen.

    The USA is now seen in Europe as a religiously backward bunch of nutters. And the public are allowing it to happen.

  5. mmmmm…I’ll believe it when I see it..

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