I say, it’s high time those liberal snobs in the New York Times got off their high horse and gave us some credit for all the good we do. Finally there’s a column that acknowledges our role in starting charter schools. And it’s not like the rest of the country, where they actually create or rent buildings for them. In this state, we get right in there, eject the undesirable vermin that infest the public schools, and plop our programs right there.
Where else but Mikey’s New York would such innovation take place? We’re here, we’re wealthy, get used to it. The hip new thing is education, of course, and since there are billions in it, why on earth shouldn’t we profit from it? I’m weary of those socialist ne’er do wells who harp on the various bailouts. If they bailed out the banks, there’s no reason they can’t damn well bail out the charter magnates as well.
We’re doing our bit to rid society of those awful unions and give teachers wages we think they deserve. Wages we can afford, and still turn a healthy profit. And we’ll show these little urchins that their hard work can result in even more profit for us. The scourge of organized labor is coming to a screeching halt, and I’m thankful the liberal New York Times is spreading the word for us. It’s like Christmas is weeks early and we don’t even have to bear the expense of the lumps of coal we’d budgeted for the dirty little scamps.
I wish you all a lucrative holiday season and a profitable New Year. Must dash. Muffy and the poolboy are raising a ruckus in the rumpus room.
Smellington G. Worthington III