EDUCATION: Fiscal cliff threatens programs, boards say
Cafeteria Supervisor Rosa Vargas mixes a bowl of Italian Pasta with vegetables at Gage Middle School in Riverside.
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#1 Dec 29, 2012
So if we go off the fiscal cliff it will mean that some government programs are hurt or even eliminated? Man that is great! This cliff is sounding better to me all the time. I hope we break the sound barrier going off the cliff. Yep my taxes will go up substantially but it would be worth it to see at least a few programs for the hand out demographic go away. I am all for it - the schools waste a huge amount of money and the results we get for this ever inflating cost is poor at best. We spend more money on education to get fewer tangible results than any other country on the planet. I say cut the cliff related programs and then come back and make a second cut that large again - at least that would be a start. Maybe try the program normal people are on - take care of your own kids.
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