Isn't it interesting that it's Detroit that Haim mentions?
It's an undeniable fact that the US spend hugely on the war in Iraq, much of it clearly going into the pockets of contractors like Halliburton for NOT successfully cleaning up messes that THEY helped create in the first place, and yet there apparently is PLENTY more where that came from, if the Bush White House and its supporters has its way. But not one peep from our boy Haim. Nor will there be one. This is his idea of investing in our future. Luckily, Haim isn't going into the front lines, his son is too young, and it's a lead- pipe cinch that when he IS of age, he'll have a lot better options than getting shot in Baghdad. Dad.
On May 7, 2007, at 9:33 PM, Haim wrote:
> Richard Posted: May 7, 2007 7:00 PM >> Wouldn't a more valid comparison look at per student >> funding in various places (weighted for cost of living, >> of course)? > > It has all been done and done and done. Richard, it is time for > you and your friends to acknowledge reality: the U.S. spends > hugely on public education. There is no more where that came > from. I mean, just how long do you think Michiganders are going > spend billions of their hard-earned money to support the failed > schools of Detroit? Forget about asking for more money and start > bending your thoughts to ways you and your profession can do a > better job with what you have. > > Haim > Je me souviens > >