Help me out here.

I have always believed in the maxim "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."

Linda McCulloch, the individual in the State of Montana who, presumably, knows more about our present educational system than anyone else, recently said: "I think our schools are the best in the country."

If that is true, and I have no reason to doubt her, why would we spend one dollar more on education than we are presently spending? Our schools exist to provide an education, not to provide jobs, etc. Given all the other needs in our state, including the taxpayers' need to get some of their one billion dollar overpayment back, wouldn't it be irresponsible to continue to increase funding for one part of our government's infrastructure that already excels above the rest of the country?

Come see us when we drop to second or third.

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