A friend of this blog writes…:
“We’re for wealth sharing and against white supremacy – But only on our terms. Followed this link from Minnpost.
How many tales of woe started with those five words?
But I digress:
The biggest 2 complaints from this blogger seems to be that wealthy people are sharing their wealth to help the less wealthy and that parents of color are choosing to ignore what white elected people think is best for their families. I see nothing wrong with that. And I thought getting the wealthy to share their wealth and to have people of color reject white supremacy were liberal goals. So, every one should agree, right?
I checked out the link – and as I live and breathe, it’s our old friend Ed Levine. Apparently he’s got some anti-charter school group – I’d guess some teachers’ union spinoff – to fund him, and I’d guess fund him pretty well; that’s a pretty slick website.
Since my kids finished high school, I have to confess – I’ve been a little lax in my coverage of the war on charter schools – but the DFL push to torpedo the lifeboats and push those kids and their families back onto the Titanic continues apac
Anyway, Ed – I know, right? The nerve of those inner-city parents. Who are they going to believe – the Teachers Union, or their own lying eyes?