Fighting about the wrong things

Still no word on when we will actually get a solution out of anyone.  However, you’ll be happy to know that most people would rather fight about a poll instead of fighting to fix our problems. 

Whether its questioning 1% vs. 1 cent, or how the question was posed, or comparing polls to eachother, no one is talking about the underlying issue:  how do you fix the problem?  Is it really $3 billion in cuts?  Is that even possible?

When are we going to be able to see the list so we can see if they are acceptable?  How much of this work is being done behind the scenes only to be rolled out at the last minute in a “take it or leave” it scenario?

Meanwhile, AJ is already cutting 49 teachers and Gilbert is cutting over 200.  Expect even more cuts on the horizon.

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2 Responses to “Fighting about the wrong things”

  1. Dutch Says:

    Exactly!
    They are cutting TEACHERS!
    Why aren’t they cutting Admins?
    This is why many don’t trust public education!
    Their priorities are upside down.
    When over 65% of all school funding actually ends up in the classroom, then maybe I will feel sorry for those bleeding hearts crying about the cuts to education.
    Until then, suck it up like the rest of us!

  2. HPR Says:

    Senator Gould is a moron. He has no real solutions and is going to put this state in worse postion and more taxes with his focus on roads.

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