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Tuesday, September 14, 2004


WASHINGTON (AP) -- "A growing number of nations are doing a better job than the United States in getting young people through high school and college, a study found. Among adults ages 25 to 34, for example, the United States is 10th among other industrialized nations in the share of its population that has a high school degree."

It's easier to fool a stupid populace into voting for a tough talking cowboy with no agenda other than to saty in office and kick butt. How can an uneducated person make an educated choice on election day. Sure, I'm spinning this story into the current political debate. That's where it belongs. The war may be the only issue for the pundits and the masses, but maybe if G.W. had been a better student he would have bothered to ask somebody other than Jesus about how to handle Iraq.

We need a study to tell us that the US is behind in education?

And who needs education when the president has conversations with Jesus in his head?

You crazy liberals and your fancy notions of education. And separation of church and state-even sillier.

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