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Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Myocarditis is Was A Rare Disorder That Leads To Heart Inflammation

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
JR,

If you want to see some stuff that will make you think twice about everything you've seen look at "The SPARS Pandemic Scenario" put out by Johns Hopkins University's "Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security." Pay very close attention to the dates of the publications you'll find that they are quite older than you might imagine. Here are the links:

A brief description of what Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security is about:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johns_Hopkins_Center_for_Health_Security


A rundown of the publication at University of Central Florida:

https://stars.library.ucf.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1029&context=jicrcr


The page on Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security website linking to the full PDF of the SPARS Pandemic Scenario:

https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/Center-projects/completed-projects/spars-pandemic-scenario.html

Here's a link directly to the "Spars Pandemic Scenario" PDF file, notice the year 2017 in the link?:

https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/pubs_archive/pubs-pdfs/2017/spars-pandemic-scenario.pdf
PermalinkPermalink 06/14/21 @ 08:12
JR

In response to: Myocarditis is Was A Rare Disorder That Leads To Heart Inflammation

JR [Visitor]
Yep, an experimental agent.. Ya never know what may unfold over the course of time.
PermalinkPermalink 06/11/21 @ 16:38
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Swine Flu Video From 60 Minutes --SHOW THIS TO AS MANY PEOPLE AS YOU CAN!

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Linda,

I agree! The main factor in both cases, today and back in the 70s, the push. Every time that the government has pushed something like this, the outcome has been bad. The Swine Flu was never going to reach, epidemic much less pandemic status, because there were too few people with it.

The fact that they are trying to "sell" the "vaccines" to the public is all you need to know that something is wrong.

The narrative is failing. If this were a legitimate "pandemic" people wouldn't need to be reminded constantly! People truly would be scared, not cowed into submission...
PermalinkPermalink 05/04/21 @ 15:54
Linda

In response to: Swine Flu Video From 60 Minutes --SHOW THIS TO AS MANY PEOPLE AS YOU CAN!

Linda [Visitor]
I remember that 60 minutes show , and all the propaganda commercials !
Since I am in the age group who never received vaccine, ( we were allowed to get diseases in the 50's and 60's ) I had no intention of getting a swine flu shot ! Or getting it for my children !
PermalinkPermalink 05/04/21 @ 14:28
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Vaccine Passports Here We Come!

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Linda:

From what I can tell they are going to use phone apps and blockchain technology to verify it. That will be very hard to fake.

You might find this interesting, there are almost no high end Nvidia video cards available at normal prices, they are either crazy expensive, or sold out. These video cards are used by people trying to mine Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. I'm also wondering if people aren't buying them up so that they can create/hack the vaccine passport blockchain elements. That will be the only way to fake one.
PermalinkPermalink 04/20/21 @ 14:56
Linda

In response to: Vaccine Passports Here We Come!

Linda [Visitor]
I think I'm going to need a fake one ! I have no intention of receiving any vaccine ! Now where do I go to get one ??
PermalinkPermalink 04/20/21 @ 13:59
Cheryl R Houdek

In response to: Children and mRNA Vaccines, Trust In The Science They Say

Cheryl R Houdek [Visitor]
Read this!
PermalinkPermalink 04/15/21 @ 15:44
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Democrats, The Media, Big Tech, And The Big Lie

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
- Cydney

While it's true that good will prevail, it doesn't mean that a lot of bad things aren't going to come first.

The fact that these people are pretty much using the book of Revelation as their playbook it VERY unsettling to say the least. Even for those who do not follow Christ, there can only be two possibilities. Either they are literally using the book of Revelation as a template, or what the Bible says is true! I believe the Bible is true.

How else could it be that the Bible would forecast the types of controls that they are trying to implement now?

It's time for EVERYONE to wake up if you ask me.
PermalinkPermalink 04/12/21 @ 08:09
Cydney

In response to: Democrats, The Media, Big Tech, And The Big Lie

Cydney [Visitor]
The devil knows his time is short.
Bill Gates is a tool of the devil.

"The gates of hell WILL NOT prevail.
PermalinkPermalink 04/12/21 @ 07:18
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Vaccine Passports Here We Come!

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
This is how evil works. I can only hope that there will be people on the inside that know how wrong this is.

It makes me think of the movie Gattaca. When you find out that people were helping the main character all along, he just never knew it.

It seems like the globalists are looking to the Book of Revelation in the Bible as their playbook. Anyone that can't see the parallels in what is being proposed and what's described in the Bible are not paying close enough attention.

The fact that there are any similarities to what's being proposed, and what's in the Bible should make anyone's hairs stand on end.

It can only get worse from here. The question is how much worse?
PermalinkPermalink 04/11/21 @ 14:03
Eugene

In response to: Vaccine Passports Here We Come!

Eugene [Visitor]
I hope there are forgers of electronic vaccination passports, they are will be upon us before we know it.

Then there is Mr. Gates, Human Implantable Quantum Dot Microneedle Vaccination Delivery System with sub-dermal Luciferase illuminated display whereby based on the color visible, ones freedom of movement with be determined. Naturally, this device interfaces to electronic scanning systems, as well; as it will also be ones means of conducting commerce, etc.

Which is likely near impossible to hack favorably.
PermalinkPermalink 04/10/21 @ 22:16
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: The Great Distraction Reset!

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Bzip:

Absolutely! That's why now we're seeing the Biden admin, stating that they are going to "fill the holes" in the border wall.

But they've already brought in hundreds of thousands of people.

I think they were trying to do it without the legacy media reporting it. But once it became a large enough issue, they were forced to cover it, but mostly after the fact. The number of people they "need" are already here.

We are going further and further down the rabbit hole with each day.
PermalinkPermalink 04/08/21 @ 23:22
Bzip

In response to: The Great Distraction Reset!

Bzip [Visitor]
You said: "THIS IS WHAT THE ROMANS DID! It serves two purposes."

Third purpose:
this also will make all those "homelands" (where the groups of people were moved out of), become less stable, leaving behind less / fewer “functional” people to try and ever possibly fix the longstanding homeland problems.
PermalinkPermalink 04/05/21 @ 18:47
Bzip

In response to: EVERYONE NEEDS TO SEE THIS!

Bzip [Visitor]
note:
https://www.whitehouse.gov/ NOW: https://trumpwhitehouse.archives.gov/

above new URL is:
https://trumpwhitehouse.archives.gov/presidential-actions/executive-order-imposing-certain-sanctions-event-foreign-interference-united-states-election/
PermalinkPermalink 03/21/21 @ 22:04
Ren Kylo

In response to: Democrats Want The Election Decided By The Courts --NOT The Voters!

Ren Kylo [Visitor]
Kinda. It’s not like we didn’t notice at all but we aren’t like the shjt bags who get paid to do nothing – both in government and on welfare AND THE ELITES. The average conservative patriot doesn’t have time to protest or riot or plot the destruction of actual enemies of the nation. We are stupidly taking care of our families, working hard and going to church, helping those in need, dealing with financial challenges etc. To quote the stoic philosopher: AINT NOBODY GOT TIME FO DAT! 🤬
BUT now They’ve done it. They’ve forced us to notice. They’ve REALLY pjssed us off. So how do WE organize without being labeled militant supremacy nuts or whatever? I have an idea: we put the ppl of color in our ranks in the leadership and public facing positions. Use their own rules against them. Serves two purposes: they can’t call us racist AND it attracts more of the non-whites to our cause. Maybe this is why we are seeing the Candace Owens and the Tim Scott type leaders emerging so rapidly on the right. Wesley Hunt outta Houston. MORE are needed! Let’s defeat them all while being politically correct and oh so “woke”.
PermalinkPermalink 10/24/20 @ 10:05
Jeff

In response to: Gun Bans and Crazy People

Jeff [Visitor]
Speaking of guns... Any case where there is gun-related death is evidence that law didn't work. Killing is already against the law.
PermalinkPermalink 02/22/13 @ 21:24
Jeff

In response to: Obama Smokes but Doesn't Want You To Smoke

Jeff [Visitor]
Related information!

"Smokers lose at least one decade of life expectancy, as compared with those who have never smoked. Cessation before the age of 40 years reduces the risk of death associated with continued smoking by about 90%."

http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMsa1211128
PermalinkPermalink 02/22/13 @ 21:15
Jill Farrar

In response to: The "Fiscal Cliff" is Fabricated

Jill Farrar [Visitor]
There is a lot of evidence that Obama and Dems do want this to happen. Sometimes, I too think we should just roll over and play dead. Give them what they want. Kill the economy. Run off the successful and hardworking, keep the mouchers and takers. Don't think the MSM will ever give Obama the blame for anything. This is why I am going to try to not contribute to the economy in any way in 2013.
PermalinkPermalink 12/04/12 @ 12:32
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: The 2012 Vice Presidential Debate

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Wow! I was way off on that one. Biden was anything but presidential during the debate. Ouch...
PermalinkPermalink 10/18/12 @ 10:04
Georgina

In response to: Signs of The Times

Georgina [Visitor]
Incredible points. Solid arguments. Keep up the great spirit.
PermalinkPermalink 09/15/12 @ 02:48
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Mitt Romney, A Conservative's First "Second Choice" Candidate

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Brian,

This is true; if the current groups stay in the Senate and the House we won't be much better off. It all depends on how well voters pay attention, and how many times they actually buy Obama's excuses. It's amazing to me how someone who was so big on change, had all the ideas and promised so much, can be endlessly excused for inaction when it comes to failure.

I feel like asking Obama, "If you would have known that Bush messed things up to the extent that you say he did. Would you have still run for office? Or, at least, would you have promised less?" Remember Obama identified what he considered to be problems and proposed solutions, which were for the most part implemented. Now the results are in. I just don't think he can keep up this dance anymore. People, I think, sense that something is wrong and don't think that Obama can fix it.
PermalinkPermalink 01/19/12 @ 16:21
Brian

In response to: Mitt Romney, A Conservative's First "Second Choice" Candidate

Brian [Visitor]
I just have this sinking feeling that Obama is going to be re-elected. Let's face it, the GOP field sucks. And we shouldn't forget taking the Senate and making further gains in the House, those are as important as the White House.
PermalinkPermalink 01/18/12 @ 17:53
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Mitt Romney, A Conservative's First "Second Choice" Candidate

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Hey, it's been a while! My wife and I were moving into a house we just purchased. It took me a while to find the time to set my computers up again. But now I'm back at it! :)
PermalinkPermalink 01/13/12 @ 18:16
Jill Farrar

In response to: Mitt Romney, A Conservative's First "Second Choice" Candidate

Jill Farrar [Visitor]
Romney is working his way to the head of my list. Yes, I would like someone less moderate, but the other candidates are mostly being horses asses. I am so disappointed in Gingrich acting the whiny baby in all this. Romney's endorsements by Bolton and Christie are a help. Romney can help himself by pulling out 5 must do's for the economy that are easy to understand. Then he can get a really good VP choice like Paul Ryan or the like. See my post on his Vulture Capitalism being an asset at mamabincranky.com. You are right that he can't just run against Obama. He must have some positive reason to vote for him. Also, if the house stay Republican, and the Senate goes Republican, they can keep check on Romney's moderate leanings.

Haven't heard from you in awhile, so I thought I would post to your stuff.
PermalinkPermalink 01/12/12 @ 20:10
athrillofhope

In response to: Solyndra, Why Government Ventures Often Fail

athrillofhope [Visitor]
Perfect example of why socialism can NEVER work. Some have claimed that the system of government that most resembles a Christ-like, Biblical framework is socialism. I'd like to see that arguement spelled out. But if that arguement is spelled out, it would necessarily need to take into account the complete wickedness and pridefulness of mankind--the core reason why only a competitive, "self-interested" system like free-enterprise capitalism, can ever work in a world that has yet to be invaded by the Second Coming of Christ.
PermalinkPermalink 10/06/11 @ 18:47
Kathy

In response to: How Can Anyone Cover This Story?

Kathy [Visitor]
Yea, Right....The Government's going to arm us with the Truth!!???. That will be a unique occasion in this day and age.
PermalinkPermalink 09/19/11 @ 23:20
J.R.

In response to: How Can Anyone Cover This Story?

J.R. [Visitor]
I'm never surprised just how low the left will stoop.. This is right up there with Acorn...
PermalinkPermalink 09/14/11 @ 22:25
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: ...Just Flush Those Corpses Down The Drain!?

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Lu:

I think you missed the point. Ed didn't comment, he simply copied and pasted something from another site. That's a little different than quoting.

I don't look at causing environmental damage now (in a different way) a viable option to what exists now. Resomation is sold on the idea that it might help out in the long run.

This is an issue I have with most of the imposed "changes" for environmental reasons. They are usually not based on fact and have often been proven to have negative effects in the long run. When environmental impacts are the main selling point of an item; it's usually pointed out in advance to excuse the lack of effectiveness that particular item possesses.

Take the silly cork-screw light bulbs for example. Nobody takes into effect all of the mercury waste. Plus they still take too long to get to nominal brightness. Why not just skip the CFLs and wait on LEDs to come down in price? That's where the lighting industry is going anyway.

But even with LEDs there are unintended consequences. In the northern United States there are problems with the LED stop lights icing over, decreasing visibility. The answer; put a heater in the light assembly so ice doesn't form. The old light bulbs did this automatically and cost much less and are already in existence. The LED light with a heater installed uses almost the same amount of power as the original design using conventional light bulbs.

Now state governments have paid workers to drive large diesel burning bucket trucks to change thousands these lights when the old ones were already working. Then they had to go back (in the same large trucks) and put heaters in them.

I think too many people are ready to jump on the Eco-Friendly bus without thinking things though.

Sometimes it takes more than just good intentions.
PermalinkPermalink 09/08/11 @ 18:02
Lu

In response to: ...Just Flush Those Corpses Down The Drain!?

Lu [Visitor]
OGRE, Some times it is good to read all the way to the end. Ed does give credit to the link you mentioned.

I agree. It is tim to evolve. 1600 degrees does not equal 350 by a whole lot.

True there is no info about how much carbon emissions were produced in the creation of the potassium hydroxide and its shipment, non the less I believe only fools disregard an idea so easyly. Only by daring to view thing from a different angle new and better ideas are born.

In the other hand, I'm not too convincd that is better to stick to a certain way to do things just because it is already there. If cremation Chambers are there, and some co emisions must be produced in order to decrease such emission in the long run, then so be it. Your grandchildren will thank you. It is called an investment.
PermalinkPermalink 09/06/11 @ 19:00
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Liberals and The Philosophy of Shampoo

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Food fan Frank:

You made a great point.

Of course it's not all liberals that are the problem, it's just most of the powerful ones...the ones we actually hear...


The most powerful liberals wish to control others. They can't loose the faith of their followers. As a result, the powerful liberals are the most vocal when it comes to fighting against anything contrary to what they say they believe.

I think more people are waking up to this... People are starting to realize that what they have been told doesn't make sense.
PermalinkPermalink 08/18/11 @ 09:15
Food fan Frank

In response to: Liberals and The Philosophy of Shampoo

Food fan Frank [Visitor]
I totally agree with you. I don't really claim a political party, but i'd say i'm definitely not liberal. Pretty much every law they try to pass just makes me think...come on, are you serious?

Definitely, marx's philosophy has NOT helped the human condition, and I wish people would stop thinking of themselves as open minded and more enlightened than everyone else because they don't believe in God. They don't really have any backing to their arguments...they'll bring up evolution, world hunger, etc to say there is no God, as if that proves something. It's like they've never actually asked someone with deep religous conviction their beliefs on the matter.

Of course it's not all liberals that are the problem, it's just most of the powerful ones...the ones we actually hear: the ones that have a reason to be offended by anything, and shun everything that has to do with organized beliefs (like you said)
PermalinkPermalink 08/15/11 @ 17:52
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: "Tammy Faye Boehner" Indeed!

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Kathy:

I think US foreign aid policy confuses most people. Most politicians would say that it's a necessary evil and that those countries receiving our aid would be worse off otherwise. The sad truth is that most of the time the money goes to some dictator and is never used for its intended purpose.

That being said; it's more like paying people to keep quiet. If we fund the dictators they don't start wars with their neighbors. Look at North Korea. When they are doing poorly economically what do they do? They start threatening stability in the region. What does the US do? We give them money to simmer down... It's like a global shakedown.

The truth is that we don't spend that much money on foreign aid comparatively, it's just the principle of it that irks people. At some point I think it will start to drop off.

The Democrats aren't going to do anything about entitlement spending (it's their voter base), you would think that they would through foreign aid under the bus before warning about food safety. But a cut in foreign aid doesn't scare their voter base, food safety does...
PermalinkPermalink 07/13/11 @ 19:09
Kathy

In response to: "Tammy Faye Boehner" Indeed!

Kathy [Visitor]
I don't understand why we continue to give aid to other countries, most of whom hate us, when we are unable to balance our own budget. Let alone, take care of our own.
PermalinkPermalink 07/12/11 @ 23:15
Brian

In response to: Whitehouse Twitter Town Hall, Obama is Too Long-Winded

Brian [Visitor]
The "uhhhh" key is hilarious. Obama makes Carter look like f@#king Washington.
PermalinkPermalink 07/07/11 @ 20:30
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Government Stimulus is a Macrocosm of The Housing Bubble

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Hollie:

You know what the most interesting part is? The Obama birth place issue was raised by the Hillary Campaign. That's where it all started, NOT with Republicans. I find that to be quite interesting. The Obama camp was able to play that pretty well. With the help of the media they made it look like it was a Republican based issue.
PermalinkPermalink 05/01/11 @ 09:12
Hollie

In response to: Donald Trump Has Performed an Important Task

Hollie [Visitor]
Well, that's what they're saying, but apparently the issue isn't completely resolved! Some are saying now that the certificate is in layers and this can be detected using software that separates the image layers. Interesting.

I still have the same question as Trump -- why did Obama wait so long to provide this add'l info? The question all along was not whether he should provide it, it was whether he could provide it! (Did it exist?)

Now it would appear as if this add'l info has been fabricated to appease the public as Obama seeks reelection. Of course as a newborn he had no idea about the details of his birth. If he wasn't born here, then it's Washington taking the hit not Obama himself. At this point Washington simply cannot tell us that he wasn't born in the U.S.

I think this might go down as an unknown, a possible gov't coverup, simply due to the delay in his providing the full cert.
PermalinkPermalink 04/29/11 @ 19:45
JR

In response to: Obama, NATO, United Nations, Libya --Who's on First?

JR [Visitor]
I think Abbott and Costello could do a better job........
PermalinkPermalink 03/24/11 @ 22:30
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Obama Takes a Strong Position on Foreign Policy While Remaining on Both Sides of Each Issue

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Greg:

The thing that strikes me as odd is the fact that the US media are actually trying to ignore the fact that nobody really knows what's going on. They are not actually asking questions like how do we know when we have done what we set out to do. That's right we don't really know what we have set out to do... I would love to say that this couldn't get any worse; but with the UN in charge with Obama playing second string, I know that it can and will get much worse.
PermalinkPermalink 03/24/11 @ 10:45
Greg

In response to: Obama Takes a Strong Position on Foreign Policy While Remaining on Both Sides of Each Issue

Greg [Visitor]
Obama's goal IS achieved: the UN, NOT the US, is taking the lead on this. Obama is all about World Government and destroying the US-as the past 2 years clearly spell out.

Furthermore, the left thinks Obama is "smart" and every conservative is an "idiot." But isn't that always the case? What the left thinks is "smart" is, in reality (where the left does not live) imbecilic and what the left thinks is moronic is actually just what is in the best interests of the comman man and woman.
PermalinkPermalink 03/23/11 @ 16:19
Beverly Swanson

In response to: State of The Union Address 2011

Beverly Swanson [Visitor]
So invest=borrow & spend? Hopefully the house and senate will be able to pass the new budget that will strip a bunch of needless spending. Great post!
PermalinkPermalink 02/21/11 @ 09:48
Hollie

In response to: State of The Union Address 2011

Hollie [Visitor]
Yep, a guy said the same thing as you on the FCN FB poll.
PermalinkPermalink 01/25/11 @ 13:14
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Analysis of The Response to Gabrielle Giffords' Shooting

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Brian:

Now they are trying to move towards gun control. Because it has become quite clear that they are getting nowhere trying to link Palin or any Conservative advocate to this guy.
PermalinkPermalink 01/11/11 @ 09:02
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Is a Bird in the Hand Worth 2 to 6 Thousand in the Bush, in Your Yard, on the Street...

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Brian:

Yes the climate of fear. They said that birds do scare easily, causing them to have heart attacks...
PermalinkPermalink 01/11/11 @ 08:57
Brian

In response to: Is a Bird in the Hand Worth 2 to 6 Thousand in the Bush, in Your Yard, on the Street...

Brian [Visitor]
Sarah Palin and a climate of fear(tm) killed those birds.
PermalinkPermalink 01/11/11 @ 02:53
Brian

In response to: Analysis of The Response to Gabrielle Giffords' Shooting

Brian [Visitor]
I'm normally pretty tolerant of other beliefs, including political, but the attempt to link Palin to this through blood libel is so out there, so incomprehensible, if I heard someone I knew (which thankfully I haven't yet) express such a thought in any serious manner, I couldn't see myself speaking to that person ever again. It's just too much. It's like the world has been taking crazy pills.
PermalinkPermalink 01/11/11 @ 02:52
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Happy New Year!

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Brian:

Yeah the video you linked to is depressing. California, that's all I have to say...
PermalinkPermalink 01/02/11 @ 10:59
Brian

In response to: Happy New Year!

Brian [Visitor]
Sorry, but that lady has nothing on the smerts of her California counterpart!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5oVzbwYWpg
PermalinkPermalink 01/02/11 @ 01:45
J. Ritter

In response to: The TSA is ready to touch your "Junk"

J. Ritter [Visitor]
Ridiculous.. This is the kind of brain storming that will cause a large portion of potential customers to stop flying.. When that happens, the rates will skyrocket to the point where it's no longer affordable to fly..

We need to mimic Israels MOP...
PermalinkPermalink 11/22/10 @ 18:51
Brian

In response to: So, What Was Recorded Off The Coast of California?

Brian [Visitor]
It's obviously an led equipped lawn dart.
PermalinkPermalink 11/10/10 @ 20:54
Me and My Giant Dollar Store Glasses

In response to: Coverage of Florida Constitutional Amendments: Number 8

OGRE / (Jeff) [Member]
Rob:

Class sizes definitely has an impact on the interaction between students, but I don't think that it always results in a better educational experience. I was amazed when I went to FCCJ/FSCJ. The people who were in class were actually there to learn. I think that makes the greatest difference. I think individuals actually wanting to learn is what you saw. I think that the size of the class was not the leading cause; the individuals making up the class made the difference.

You said, “...education is the single best investment that anyone, and we as a country can do.” I agree, so I think education should be privatized. If the government wants to subsidize the cost through vouchers for individuals or some similar system; so much the better.

With a completely government run system the end customer is NEVER the objective. The objective is remaining employed and doing what it takes to secure your job. Take the DMV for example, as it often is... I think the DMV is filled with employees who know that they don't have to answer to the people they serve (their customers). The end result is a system that works at the absolute minimum standard. If as a customer I have an issue; is there anyone I can actually go to that is going to do anything about it?

When the student is in grade school the customer is really the parent. The parent is obligated by law to make sure that their child is educated. Public school is like the DMV of the education. It might be horrible, and in the end there is nobody you can go to who can change anything. In a privatized system concerned parents would remove their children from poorly performing schools.

I need to post another one of the posts from my older blog on here. I did one about school choice in New York. People were pissed at the idea of having to choose where to send their kids! Can you believe that!?

I'll post it now... http://tinyurl.com/23jomb4


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