What President Obama really wants
Talking Points 2/18
- Duration 3:21
- Date Feb 18, 2013
Talking Points 2/18
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Hi I'm Bill O'Reilly thanks for watching us tonight what President Obama really wants and as a subject of this evening's talking points memo.
By the Department of Health and Human Services it sets.
That despite spending almost 200 billion dollars -- a head start program that brings little kids into the public school system early.
Program is not -- the very much by the third grade head start students are behind their peers.
Someone should tell President Obama about the study because he continues a pound the draw.
For even more educational spending for young children.
2013 the USA is set to spent.
Billion dollars on public education the highest.
Per student costs in the world primary through college now.
We're obviously not getting our money's worth.
Recently -- -- -- Jeb Bush who did very good job raising academic standards in Florida while he was governor.
Bush believes that head start does not concentrating no fun reading which is why it is not academically effective.
As a former high school teacher myself I know -- -- -- an enormous amount of money on foolish public school programs I mean it sounds so noble.
Let's spend more on education.
But the bureaucrats rarely care about implementing programs and actually work.
The main point here is -- president Obama's not all that interest it.
In what works because -- news educational agenda is tied into his social justice -- He firmly believes in America is not is not a fair place.
That view echoed yesterday in New York Times commentary written by Columbia University professor Joseph Stiglitz.
Today the United States is less equality of opportunity.
And almost every other advanced industrial country.
-- was on to proposed that the feds pay for the following.
More preschool education and after school care as well.
So called environmental protections for pregnant -- that means subsidize food housing and medical care on top.
Of what is already available.
More food provided in the public schools as well as increased medical care on campus.
-- -- cash payments.
To parents support children.
If they make sure their kids show up for school.
And the extra programs.
So we would be paying parents.
Those are the things of liberal America really.
A complete soup to nuts welfare scenario delivered through.
Get the -- do you get it.
The truth is the deck is stacked against children -- -- -- but no government can change that.
Schools can give disadvantaged children more attention a safe environment.
And motivational programs -- things are not expensive.
It's a matter of good teachers and disciplined by the principal.
But that's not what professor stiglitz and President Obama one.
They seek government control and a guaranteed.
That of course sees the end game of socialist.
And it has never worked --