Thursday March 26, 2015
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So Mr. Collins, what is it you are afraid of? Not enough Government control, oversight, and a distrust of the people they serve? Sure sounds like it.
Offer "free" how to grow at home pamphlets for Hemlock or Gypsum weed for a real high.
The Takers always want somebody else to pay. It will never be enough. It's somebody else's fault they didn't prepare their finances for a possible medical need but instead spent it on wants.
First, stay out of my wallet..........
I suggest that those who want another tax raise so as to improve the excellent public education system, do the following. Pool your finances, purchase small towels, and sell them for a profit. Call them Government Schools Crying Towels. They will sell like hot cakes and you can donate the proceeds to the school district administration of your choice.
"There would have to be a mind shift away from where your head is at today." Poor Ted where his head is at, it's very dark, very cramped, and there is a continual foul odor to contend with.
Sorry to inform you that it was old news before you wrote the above. Enjoy your grifting while it lasts....
I was never big on Western Type Novels. But, having said that, I did read one Zane Grey novel titled "Under the Tonto Rim". A story about a young lady school teacher from the East who travels here and takes a teaching position in a one room school house, I believe in the Pine area! The rest of the story is about her life interactions with the locals, their customs at the time, some pleasant valley range war, and harvesting honey from the local "Bees"! All living at the foot of the Molgollon Rim. I must say I did enjoy the story and learned a little bit about the Rim area. True or not it made for a good imaginative read for me.
I think most dogs that are aggressive is because of Man Made Global Warming!
Gee, strange as it seems, your sourced 63 page Govt. web site left out a major component in their stats. No information provided as to the "Illegal Alien student populations sucking up the tax dollars for their education, related costs, and their impacts on the public education budgets. Especially the border states. Can you say California? Your future citizens are already on some form of public assistance or another in case you haven't noticed. Can you say freebie health care for a start....Feel free to donate as much of your OWN tax dollars to support Illegal Entrants to the USA. Stay out of my wallet.
1."It appears that the Legislature is trying to do its personal best to see that our public schools fail in their mission to educate our children for the 21st century". LOL, like public education has not been failing for the last 30 years with tons of tax dollars thrown in.
2."More and more tax money is being funneled to charter schools on the theory that they can do a better job of educating the kids". My 3 grand kids, once pulled from public school, are now thriving and excelling in a charter school.
3."How do you feel about your taxes enabling a profit for a corporation over which you have no say about how it is run and for whom? Total lie. My Grandkids parents are more involved the education decision making process than they ever were allowed in the public school system of faceless administrative bureaucrats for life.
4."Once you turn over education to profit-making entities, you lose the power of the ballot box to be in charge of your schools, who is running them and what they teach". Now that's a laugh. Most parents of public education have no power over or idea as to what is being taught in public schools until little Johnnie comes home and asks Mom and Dad if he can become Transgender like the teacher told him about.
5."Where are we headed now?" Watch the nightly news and you better learn fluent Spanish.
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