Recently in a television ad Exon-Mobile compared apples to oranges to make a point about our education in this country. Typical liberal thought processes. In the ad they talk about Olympian athletes that achieved their success through constant effort and training in their chosen sport. None of which I might add were subsidized by tax payer money or state sponsorship. To make the point of the ad, they then began to talk about how our wonderful federally funded and mandated education system has failed our kids and we are now 25th in math scores around the world.

Comparing apples to oranges is not the way to make a valid point. For the last forty years the solution to the education problem has been a constant inflow of tax payer money to make things better. As a result, the more money that poured into the system, the worse the system has…

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