Unfortunately, he continues to change the subject. The issue is not whether a summer literacy program in Fayetteville is a good program or not. As I’ve said before, I’m willing to believe that it is.
The issue is whether doubling (or tripling) teacher pay for that program was a good use of additional stimulus dollars. If it really is a great program, wouldn’t it be better to use those funds to double the number of students who could participate and hire twice as many teachers? Or how about making the program run twice as long?
Only right-wing zealots would favor halving the number of students or halving the number of days for a beneficial program.
And one small point — name-calling can be done with adjectives. Ugly and smelly are adjectives.