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CNSNews.com – Obama, Democrats Put Politics Above Educating D.C.’s Disadvantaged Youth, Black Leaders Say

20080926210022 Fools.  Don’t you understand that these children need to be taught government approved curriculum in a government funded school.  You are not qualified to decide what your child must be taught.  Now, hand out this fisting kit to your child and shut up.

(CNSNews.com) – Black leaders say that President Obama, Education Secretary Arne Duncan, and Congress have put politics ahead of helping low-income children in the District of Columbia by refusing to support a program that allows 1,700 children to go to a private school, including the school Obama’s two daughters attend.
Congress did not reauthorize funding for the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP) in the 2010-11 federal budget, ending a program that has helped thousands of disadvantaged children attend some of the best schools in the nation’s capitol since its inception in 2004.
And while Obama backed Congress’ move to continue funding scholarships for children already in the program until they graduate from high school, no new children will receive the $7,500 annual tuition scholarship.
“The cancellation of the program, in my view, has been an unprecedented move by the federal government, because this is a historic moment, historic government spending in our nation’s history – a time when the U.S. Treasury is giving hundreds of billions of dollars to Wall Street bailouts,” Juan Williams, political commentator, said at a press conference held last week at the National Press Club in Washington.

CNSNews.com – Obama, Democrats Put Politics Above Educating D.C.’s Disadvantaged Youth, Black Leaders Say

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