Saturday, July 10, 2010

Taking the stage today at the AFT convention in Seattle...

The most dangerous man in America.

Check it out at the Huffington Post!


Anonymous said...

Nothing really new here: The use of force and oppression through money. We agree to being part of a large corporation, we sell our souls, cheaply, to people with hyped up bankrupt ideas for which they will fake progress and then laughably call fruitful experimentation.

Anonymous said...

Despicable Him!

His ruse only works because people at the top are not looking out for the public at large. I think NYC Educator's right, they're looking to eliminate the middle class, or more specifically, catering to the upper-middle class while creating a lower-middle service class. You can see where that's going.

Anonymous said...

Predictable. Here's a recap of Gates' speech from the Seattle Times:

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Or just Google 'Gates Speech Seattle'

NYC Educator said...

Great piece Leonie. So thorough and well-supported.

I'm ashamed to be affiliated with a bunch of faux-robots who applauded a man who'd just as soon replace them with real ones.

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