Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Billionaires Take Wrong Route On Education 

Eli Broad and Bill Gates are tired of the small incremental improvements they have witnessed after investing million in public education, according to David Herszenhorn of the New York Times. So, people who made their money through capitalism have decided to effect change through a political campaign.

Wrong move.

This brings me back to what Ed Crane, the President of the Cato Institute always says, "We can have a political society or a civil society but we cannot have both."

It shocks me that these businessman can't see that competition is what is needed to fix our schools.

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