Saturday, March 15, 2014

LESSON IN CONSEQUENCES: KANSAS SUPREME COURT SCHOOL FINANCE RULING COULD TANK STATE'S CREDIT RATING!!!

Here's news that is neither liberal nor conservative but related to financial expediency that really rules the planet. Here's the REAL AFTERMATH of a recent decision to raid Golden Ghetto/JoCo coffers in order to fund all of the other broke-ass school districts in the Sunflower State both urban and rural . . . Call it an income redistribution lesson plan and a very cruel look at how the American economy really works . . . LJ World: "Moody's Investors Service said this week that the Kansas Supreme Court's ruling in a school finance case last week casts a negative outlook the state's credit rating."

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

It's for the children.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps an impartial source would list the voting record for all of the legislators who say they are pro-education and then turn around and vote no!

Even better, how many of them were home-schooled or home-school their children?

If you home-school, you shouldn't be allowed to vote on anything having to do with PUBLIC schools.

Anonymous said...

Good Point 10:31.
Male legislators should not be allowed to vote on laws dealing with a female's health.

Anonymous said...

Is Lt. Gov. Colyer still advertising that he performs breat enlargements? If he's any good, have him work on some of the BOOB JOBS in the Capitol.

Anonymous said...

So If I home school 10:31 how about I don't pay public school taxes ? Moron.

Anonymous said...

I don't have any children. I want to be excluded from paying taxes for other peoples little darlings.

Anonymous said...

12:05. If you send your children to parochial schools you still pay property taxes. If you ever want to sell your home, there are many buyers who will ask about your neighborhood school. That's why people are leaving (fleeing) KCMO and moving to Olathe.

Anonymous said...

Wyandotte county schools are being built for students who parents pay little or no taxes. The burden is placed on the backs of the current wage earners. This group of people are becoming smaller and smaller. Then what? Who pays the bills when the cash cows are gone?