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Comments about ‘'Fiscal cliff' impact on schools will be uneven’

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Published: Thursday, Dec. 27 2012 7:00 p.m. MST

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worf
Mcallen, TX

People have blamed the Bush tax cuts for our economic mess. They say it provided tax breaks for the rich.

Now the tax cuts come to an end, and we find taxes will rise for the middle class.

Some one has lied to the American people. Hmm?

What else have we been told that's not true?

My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

The fiscal cliff is an imaginary event that has already taken place but no one new what to call it and over the cliff is just as good as it gets. Excessive lack of oversight of school spending and funds has made accountability mandatory in spending.

Education has gone over the edge in spending, acquisitions, and corruption all beginning to show its face. So many non education industries and business are going down the tubes now because the system accountability is being questioned and scrutinized to find out where the money is going and this has put the fear of god in eduction corruption. And its about time.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Our schools are another example of careless spending.

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