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In the 1990s Obama and terrorist Bill Ayres wasted $110 million in the CAC which accomplished zero, absolutely no improvement in education test scores, probably because not a penny went to any school.

Now as part of his falsely labeled “Stimulus Package” Obama wants to give more money to colleges. Here is why colleges need more money.

In this weeks Sunday newspapers they asked the President of Ohio State University if he thought colleges deserve a stimulus package. What a surprise! He thought his school desparately needs more money.

Guess his salary?

$1,300,000 a year.

Cut federal funding to colleges, and cut the salaries of every college president. They are all over paid.

The more money we give to colleges, they more they waste.

The first thing that happens is they give a raise to the college president. BS!

As soon as the government set up Sallie Mae to fund billions in student loans, the spending of colleges went up for the exact amount of the student loans.

We need an entirely new system of education.

The test scores for college graduates in reading comprehension is one point higher than for high school graduates. What a waste of four years. That one point improvement could have been achieved purely with age, not with college.

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Stop making speeches and announcing new plans! Every time our food stamp President announces a new plan and/or goes on television with a new speech, the stock market goes down some more.

Get it, dummie.

Nobody who has saved enough money to own stocks is buying your BS Obama. Stop making speeches and stop all these dumb plans to further screw up the economy.

FDR turned a depression into the GREAT depression with his stupid plans. After FDR got his plans passed, the unemployment rate in America was TWICE the unemployment in Western Europe and Japan.

Government meddling in the economy just does not work.

Obama, stop making false speeches based on stupid ideas that history has proven do not work.

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