[Vision2020] Re: Education spending

Robert Probasco rcprobasco@fastmail.fm
Fri, 17 Jan 2003 05:51:31 -0800

Amendment X: The powers not delegated to the United States by the
Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the
States respectively, or to the people.

On Thu, 16 Jan 2003 22:15:32 -0800 (PST), "John Harrell"
<johnbharrell@yahoo.com> said:
> Can someone tell me the constitutional amendment allowing the
> federal government to fund education?

Oops, sorry, that seems to prove the opposite.  Unfortunately, our
activist Congress and Supreme Court have decided all federal lawmakers
are smarter than local citizens, so everyone has to march to the D.C.
> This is an important question.

Agreed.  As long as the Beltway Brigade manages to foist their
impractical non-solutions onto every school district, real solutions will
rarely be possible outside the private sector.  Inner city schools will
continue to self-destruct, spurred on by the NEA and the Democrats
frantically trying to maintain the discredited status quo.

Gee, wasn't this country set up to capitalize on innovations from the
private sector?  Hasn't the collapse of socialism demonstrated how
quickly civilization and innovation devolve when central planning takes

Well, it must be important to super-tax the super-rich, so Senator Robert
"Pork" Byrd can pave over West Virginia.  Why should Congress let states
manage their own affairs, when all the smartest persons in the country
are in DC?
Robert Probasco
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