Sunday, December 14, 2008

Crisis Welfare Spending

The new law school at the University of California Irvine has decided to give all its new students free tuition for the next three years. http://leiterlawschool.typepad.com/leiter/2008/10/uc-irvine-law-school-to-offer-three-years-of-full-tuition-to-the-entering-class.html

Aside from the fact that this is a 14th Amendment violation, as other law schools in the UC system will not do that, much less all the other schools in the UC, the State of California has a massive budget deficit of over $40 billion. So, during this time of crisis, the welfare queen Irwin Chemerinsky, Dean of the law school, thinks this will attract good students. Well, maybe the laziest students; those who don't want to hold a paying job, only an intership with a communist community organizing special interest group that would force taxpayers to pay even more to welfare queens of this state.

How about we start with budget cuts with UC law schools. Close them, or, better yet, have the students pay the full cost of their education. Maybe then we can cut our high income tax rate and attract businesses, instead of training welfare queens to sue them.

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