I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you just have no idea what you're talking about when it comes to the situation in Michigan. You clearly don't, and ordinarily I'd say, "Why should you?" since you don't live here and you don't follow the issues on a daily basis. But you're so selective in what you read (or at least in what you choose to quote) that I can't be sure if you're simply ignorant or outright disingenuous. Are you aware of the elimination of the single business tax in Michigan, the loss of potentially 1 billion dollars in funds to pay for schools (K12, post secondary), prisons, and roads: you likely haven't driven here lately, but I hear rumors that there are states with better roads in general than one finds in Afghanistan and greater Baghdad. I dream of living in such states some day, but can't imagine where the money to pay for getting Michigan roads up to the level of your average third world country in the midst of major warfare is supposed to come from. Ditto the funding for those public schools at the K12 and post-secondary levels that some folks in places like, oh, Connecticut, seem to expect and often get. The legislature was supposed to pass some bills to replace that money (or at least try to do so), but as of this posting, none have been proposed, let alone passed and signed. A billion here, a billion there: pretty soon you're talking about real money.
While we wait for the money to trickle down (from where we can't quite divine), we'll all tighten our belts and hope for the best. Maybe in heaven, if we're really, really good, we'll be allowed to expect a little more. Until then, however, I'm sure vouchers will solve our problems, along with, of course, blowing up the schools of education.