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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mandude View Post
    You state that schools should only be supported by local tax dollars.
    Actually, I said that education is a local issue - meaning that it is the responsibility of the individual state. How the state decides to fund, manage, administer is up to them. Same as police, fire, trash collection, etc. Don't let class envy muddle your logic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny larue View Post
    education is a local issue - meaning that it is the responsibility of the individual state.
    Yeah, I think the 'no child left behind' program is ridiculous. I hope this Bush program is eventually discarded, but for now ...

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    That's an amusing cartoon. Of course, American jobs, white and blue collar, have been outsourced overseas long ago. I believe President Obama's efforts to create new jobs bring him closer by comparison to FDR than any other president. He's been in office for 18 months and his detractors believe that's long enough to undo the eight years of damage by Shrub & Co. When US banks decide to start lending money again, the US economy will move forward again. Until that time ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mandude View Post
    I believe President Obama's efforts to create new jobs bring him closer by comparison to FDR than any other president.
    That is both revealing and hilarious.

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    Just curious ... what does a Tea Party membership card look like? Could you scan yours and load it to this thread? Thx.

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    Probably more green than the socialist international card

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny larue View Post
    Probably more green than the socialist international card
    Green or red white and blue? C'mon, I wanna see one. Does it have a Sarah Palin hologram on the back?

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    You can probably conjure Che shrine if you chant "workers of the world unite" over and over

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    I did that last week.

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    Here is one of your fellow California teachers and brother in arms

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnold! View Post
    NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- The Obama administration is making $3 billion in additional funds available to help troubled homeowners avoid foreclosure. One part of the plan, announced Wednesday, includes a new $1 billion program that will offer loans to unemployed borrowers at risk of losing their homes. The loans, which will be dispersed through nonprofit and housing agencies, will carry 0% interest and be good for a maximum of $50,000 for up to two years. Entire: $3 billion more on the way for unemployed homeowners - Aug. 11, 2010
    That really is some crazy shit, Benny.

    I just bought a shoebox downtown condo that I can barely fit in, and if I was a Yank I would be extremelly pissed off paying interest while others are getting interest free mortgages for the houses they could not afford in the first place. God, America has become an ultra commie state and I hope the socialist Canada does not follow.

    Now, I often listen to Peter Schiff and although I give him credit for all the calls he made, I think he is very wrong about real estate.I think real estate is a bubble that will keep growing and is only suffering a temporary setback in the States. When all the confidence is lost in paper assets (stock market) the only place to invest will be land. If you look at the countries that suffered the most economically (I also happened to grow up in one), real estate is the only commodity that people trust and that's when all price to rent and other ratios and fundamentals go out of the window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny larue View Post
    Here is one of your fellow California teachers and brother in arms
    Last week I took a long drive (as a tourist) through northern and central California. By doing so, I was reminded of how much Mexican and anglo cultures are wedded together. The state capitol, Sacramento, was named by a Spanish explorer. Many other California cities and towns and roads bear the cultural stamp of a Spanish and Mexican heritage. Obviously, you feel threatened by a teacher discussing ideas in public. I don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mandude View Post
    That's an amusing cartoon. Of course, American jobs, white and blue collar, have been outsourced overseas long ago.
    Check out my "American companies and the H1-B visa thread" in the Soap Box.

    The disappearing jobs have nothing to do with Obama. This has been the intetional plan in the US for decades. Outsourcing, "free trade" and the H1-B visa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mandude View Post
    Obviously, you feel threatened by a teacher discussing ideas in public. I don't.
    Au contraire. I love the smell of horseshit. It reminds me to watch where i walk.

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