no cuts to education. That's significant for those of us who spend time reading the tea leaves, but it's likely he'll opt in the end to screw the kids, screw the teachers, and screw working people. That's kind of the attitude here where 30 billion for Afghanistan is a given, but 23 to save teacher jobs is a boondoggle.
Let's hope he wakes up in the middle of the night to see the ghost of Education Past rattling chains and asking him how the hell kids are going to learn without teachers. Let's hope he figures, what do I have to lose? Then maybe he'll do the right thing.
I really would like to see a politician do the right thing. I used to think people who voted for Ralph Nader were out of their minds. Now I think they just wised up before I did.
Well, fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, I can't get fooled again.
Didn't make a whole lot of sense when GW said it. For some reason, it seems to apply here.