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Tuesday, May 17, 2005

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 Liberals spend more educating their children

No wonder that are so many red-state mouth breathers are so fucking stupid:
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003 the per capita amount spent on Public Elementary and Secondary Schools across the United States was $1,453. 26 out of 31 Conservative States had a lower than average per capita amount spent on Public Elementary and Secondary Schools (84% of Conservative States) versus 5 out of 20 Liberal States that had a lower than average per capita amount spent on Public Elementary and Secondary Schools (25% of Liberal States).

See here for other evidence that Bush supporters are utter dumbasses.

3 Comments:

Blogger Angie said...

This does not surprise me one bit. :)

2:16 PM  
Blogger Dave S. said...

And we all know how well per capita spending on public education correlates with results. The public schools in DC are awesome!

11:01 AM  
Blogger Zendo Deb said...

Something like 20k per student at the NY public schools.

A really good private education at a non-religious private school would be about third of that, maybe a half.

LA Catholic schools charge in the neighborhood of 2K per year.

NY, LA, Chicago - spend big bucks on public schools. Are they better educated than people in Dayton, Ohio public schools? What about Montgomery, Ohio public schools (small suburb of Cincinnati)?

1:42 PM  

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