Genius Jackson Jr: Amend the Constitution to make everything free

by editor on March 7, 2011

According to Genius Jackson, Jr, we need to change the Constitution to give everyone a free house, free medical care, free educations, free iPods and free laptops.

Why stop there? You left out free cars and free gasoline. Free wide screen televisions and free HBO. Free Grand Slam breakfasts at Denny’s and free dinners at Outback Steakhouse. Free smoothies at Jamba Juice. Free shirts. Free underwear.

In fact, we’re pretty sure Genius, Jr. thinks everything should be free except elections.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhdPrA0b1UM

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I can agree on the education part in as much as i think every kid should recieve basic schooling. But the rest is completely bullshit, from start to finnish

RockingHorseGuy
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But why does everyone believe that the basic schooling has to be from a government run school? Unless somebody has the money to send their kids to private school, or the time to home-school, the only alternative is government schools. And I think we all know how good the government is at doing things well, for a reasonable price.

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“Unless somebody has the money to send their kids to private school, or the time to home-school, the only alternative is government schools.”If the gubbmint wasn’t raping us ALL for the money to support the failing, state run schools most would have the time and the money to get a proper education from any number of private institutions. If schools were run like a business in a truly free market the teachers would be forced to perform or be fired. If the schools were allowed to teach usefull subjects, such as reading, writing, science and arithmatic, we would have high school graduates that could function well in society. When this nation was at it’s greatest, the average person had an 8th grade education. We built the best economy in the most powerfull nation on the planet with 8th graders, now we can barely dress ourselves with people who have 4-8 yrs of so-called higher education. Personally, I would rather move forward with the Jr. High School kids of 1900 than the MBA’s and PHD’s of today.

danybhoy
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Sad thing is, you can send your kids to private schools, but you really can’t opt out. You still pay for the public schools through whatever taxation setup is in your area. Now, if we can get a voucher system to take that money away from the public schools & make them compete for your kids, then you can start pushing education forward again. Gov.Walker in Wisconsin should lead the way on this one, & really destroy the gov’t monopoly on public education in the nation. If it really is about the kids like the Dems always say, they should be on board with this idea.

KimmyQueen
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I agree. No matter what you are paying for the stupid teachers and the stupid kids. If government really had to compete with private companies they will either become leaner and more budget wise or they will fall and leave the education on the hands of parents as it should be.