Monday, August 22, 2005

Mortgaging Education

The California Teachers Association is mortgaging their headquarters so that they can spend $54 million on the special election. They will pay for it by increasing union dues by $60 million. These dues are paid by teachers, and ultimately by California taxpayers. But they say that the people of California are too poor to spend $50 million on a special election while their union members are so rich that they can easily afford to pay $60 million for political activism. This is Robin Hood in reverse. Paycheck protection must pass.

Another candidate in the last election was able to get a $6 million mortgage on a house even though he did not report paying one penny of property taxes on his tax return.


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