In article <95arqi$rgf$1...@nnrp1.deja.com>, Pavil Natanovich <crysan...@my-deja.com> wrote: >In article <3A770F71...@bellsouth.net>, > Mike Owen <m_o...@bellsouth.net> wrote: >> > And we expect nationwide to find hundreds of thousands of >excellently >> > qualified teachers willing to work for very little money -- money >> > we often would not work for. And we put them in lousy physical >> > facilities, overcrowd their classrooms, give them no supplies, >> > equipment, or modern books, and then complain that they are not >> > doing their jobs. > >> Gosh, it sounds almost as if public schools could do with a dose of, >> oh what's it called? Competition? > >I'm with G. Gordon Liddy. Let us abolish the public school system. If >a person cannot afford a private education, they do not deserve one. >Besides, educate the poor folk and you're kids will just end up >competing with them in the job market. I'm telling you, granting the >unwashed masses the economic power that comes with a decent education >will spell doom to the republic!
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