His letter, concerning the shortsighted approach to the state's budget crisis taken by the legislature -
It might be different if our educational system was highly prized as an example of what educating our young should be, but sadly, the money spent per student and the result is such that the drastic cuts in funding that our esteemed lawmakers have foisted upon us just pours salt in the open wound that has come to be known as funding.
Shame on you.
You are not representative of our citizens, but only of a few who are self-serving. After over 20 years of Republican majority in the statehouse we have a school system that is last in the U.S., an infrastructure that is woefully lacking and a social safety net that ignores the needs of our young and less fortunate.
When the young graduates of our underfunded colleges find that they are at a disadvantage in the job market because of their lack of quality education, it will be too late to fix.
Parents take notice! Your children had money taken from their education while sheriff Joe got his back!
That says it all when talking about priorities.
He's a lot more succinct than I am...politer, too. :)