Your writing style is elegant and passionate.
Alan Robbins

That’s the problem. I have no problem supporting education, but too often more is demanded of taxpayers over and over, with emotional things like art/music, sports, etc, held hostage by throngs of administrators making 6-figure salaries. Administrators know they can spend lavishly, and if they want more money all they have to do is threaten popular programs or teachers and accuse those against blindly handing over money of being “against education.” I’m not against education, I’m very much for it, but I’m also for spending within your means and making intelligent cuts when necessary. I don’t have to be for spending with a blank check to be for education, contrary to popular belief.

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