Cappuccino machines, light bulbs, and toilet paper.

esspresso-machineAs an elementary public school in Detroit, Michigan is lacking funds for even light bulbs and toilet paper, public schools in Chicago, Illinois just spent $67,000 on cappuccino machines of which most are “. . . going unused because the schools they were ordered for had not asked for them . . .”.

Yet another shining moment for government schools.

5 thoughts on “Cappuccino machines, light bulbs, and toilet paper.

  1. Caleb says:

    I’ve also heard that in Massachusetts, despite budget cuts in the public schools and that almost 1,000 people employed with the state have been laid off, the pro-gay groups in the schools have been left untouched. Shameful, isn’t it?

  2. TWill says:

    My high school bought 16 or so plasma TV’s to place around the campus. Completely pointless. I don’t know how much they spent, nor do I want to know.

  3. bobhanks says:

    From the same state that gave us Barak Obama and Rod Blagojavitch.
    Why am I not surprised ? What is is about Illinois’ government officials that seems to continually ‘ outstupid ‘ the rest ?


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