No child left behind, eh? While the Bush administration prepares to party to the tune of $40 million, in the middle of a long and supposedly necessary war, and claims to prioritize education, we continue to see education cutbacks, shortfalls and so on. "Reducing or eliminating sports, arts, music, drama and other extracurricular activities is another option?" I thought the aim, Bush, was to improve our schools? Party on, dude!

And what of the other politicians? When the time comes to vote, look at what they did, don't listen to what they say. Actions speak louder than words.

Jaeson Koszarsky

State College, Pa.


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