Once again, Mitt Romney’s words are revealing his true allegiance.
During a recent campaign stop in Virginia, Romney, the presumed Republican nominee for President, said that he wants to make sure that students get as much education “as they canafford.” 9:20 for yourself.
Here’s the video. Skip to the 9:20 mark in the video to hear his comments.
For wealthy folks like Romney—who’s estimated wealth is somewhere in the hundreds of millions of dollars—this isn’t a problem.
But for teachers and other school employees who are struggling to make ends meet, Romney’s statement carries some very grim implications…especially when you consider that a quality public education is key to the economic outlook of working Americans and the country at large.”
Send a message to Mitt Romney!
Instead of endorsing quality public #ed for all, Romney says students should get the “#education they can afford.” #p2 #educhat
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