ElizaQ, you said the economy was more important than this issue. I replied:
If the so-called "ECONOMY" is so all-fired important that it displaces
basic democratic fundamentals (like education and its future), what
exactly (if anything) do you have to say about it?
Still waiting for your response.
While pondering that, ponder this:
Audit confirms spending abuse by Toronto Catholic school trustees[/url]
While the audit found most expenses were consistent with board
policy, nearly $30,000 was either ineligible or potentially ineligible.
That includes spending on such personal items as jewellery, vehicle licence plates, and mini-bar and cable TV charges.
Maybe they can abscond with enough to fund the schools themselves?