Don’t test me, bro

Yeah, that’s the solution to Chicago’s problems

It feels like community organizing season in the Windy City

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7 Responses to Don’t test me, bro

  1. Art Stone says:

    The CSOSSOS protest and the fast food workers crowds ended up merging for their big media solidarity photo op. the combination had about 35 people, mostly dressed in Red.

    The Nation, and Huffington Post declared the event a success beyond anyone’s wildest dreams

  2. Nidster says:

    Were there any Victoria’s Secret models in attendance? If not, I’m sure the cops were greatly disappointed.

  3. CC1s121LrBGT says:

    The solution is vouchers. It is stunning to me that people seem to think that government should be running a virtual monopoly with the schools. Every town is filled with multiple preschools for parents to choose from. Every state has dozens of colleges for students to choose from. The problem is in the middle where there is really no choice.

    Many parents would prefer to choose schools but can’t afford the school taxes to pay for government schools and pay for their kids at the school of their choice.

    While I don’t consider myself a liberal, I do support the government providing the means for children to learn and become active participants in society (i.e., eventually work and pay into social security so that I can retire). A child should not be excluded from that opportunity because his or her parents are poor.

    Stunning that people watched as the government refuses to fix this, and takes the same central planning concept to the healthcare sector. At the very least, I’d expect the public to demand that they get the schools right first.

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