Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Taken In?

In search of relevancy, the Iowa Dummycrat Party
has initiated a series of events across the state.

Democrats launch series of rountables criticizing GOP agenda

Once such event featured a retired school teacher who sought to highlight how investments in (public) education pay off for the economy, pointing to entrepreneurs such as Bill Gates, who founded Microsoft.

If that teacher had done a little homework, he would have learned that Gates attended an exclusive preparatory school and later dropped out of Harvard.

Earlier this year, at the 2011 TED Conference (Technology, Education, Design), Gates complained about schools that don't teach kids and teachers who get raises anyhow.


And the scientific community is united in that fact.

Later this week, CONgresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Chair of the Democratic National Committee will be in Des Moines to tout how Dummycrats are "continuing to get this economy turned around".


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