“It’s good to be able to realize when you’ve made an error and admit it,” Perry said during a stop at Oak Ridge National Laboratory last month. “I’m very happy that I’ve had the opportunity to be associated with this agency now.”
The spending cuts included in the administration’s budget, drafted with limited input from the agencies themselves, have left many Cabinet members in a difficult position as they defend the White House’s plan while in some cases seeking to soften the blow.
DeVos has backed a budget proposal that would slash more than 13 percent of the Education Department’s budget while investing in her top priority, school choice.
Here are some takeaways
- Interesting how when they're now in charge, they actually are starting see that maybe, just maybe, their agencies might actually be 'necessary', not to mentioned already 'authorized' by law... they still can't change the law... which was voted on by the American people
- School private choice.... what a kroc of sh!t
Gotta love that one, private choice; sure sounds great.. until you realize what a spin that is.
Compare public school versus 'private' school funding and you'll get a glimpse...
public schools and their facilities are owned by the public... (sure we fund bonds for them)
private schools and their facilities are... drum roll
owned by 'private' businesses....
and you still think
DeVos, and all you moronic 'voucher' supporters don't think it isn't about the wealthy getting the taxpayers to pay for THEIR child's overpriced education with the money going to the wealthy landowner?
d'oh... it's about private choice (right... sarcasm)... as if my kids can't go to any public school if I choose to drive them there and it then isn't about the wealthy getting the government to fund their private schools.
d'oh it's about 'religion'.. isn't it?