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Kerry Hypocrisy Begins with His Tax Rate
Wall Street Journal
| October 11, 2004
| Stephen Moore
Posted on 10/11/2004 8:43:08 AM PDT by THJNewYorkCity
Kerry and Heinz-Kerry's tax rate is just the beginning of their hypocrisy, which I hope will be something George Bush points out. But here's the most outrageous, and it has gone on for years: Kerry, like most politicians in Washington DC sent his kids to private schools.
TOPICS: News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: education; heinz; kerry; lurch; taxes; taxrates; vouchers
It's fine for Republicans (or Democrats) to send their kids to private schools as long as they vote FOR vouchers or other means to let poor families get their kids out of dysfunctional schools. If you have a five year old who has to learn to read, write, and do math, you don't have FIVE YEARS to wait while the politicians fix things. Besides, they've been saying they'd fix things for thirty years now and despite spending more and more billions, things get worse. Talk about a breakthrough for Bush. I hope he makes the point on Wednesday.
The whole intent of the public school system being formed was mind control.
posted on 10/11/2004 8:47:21 AM PDT
(Stop socialism, vote conservative)
Kerry's going to blame W for his low taxes.
posted on 10/11/2004 8:52:17 AM PDT
Herry wants to tax the rich, which is now any one who makes a gross income of $80,000 but he is against taxing the super rich! What a hypocritical Clymer!
If you have a five year old who has to learn to read, write, and do math, you don't have FIVE YEARS to wait while the politicians fix things.
Anyone with a five year old who can not do those things needs more than a government fix...............
posted on 10/11/2004 8:57:40 AM PDT
(Hurricanes and Kerry/Edwards have 2 things in common - hot air and destruction.)
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