Fox's Hoenig: Children Would 'Do Better On The Streets' Than In Union Dominated Public School System


While discussing the fact that a large number of school districts across the country have now decided to start operating on a four day schedule because of budget constraints, Fox Cashin' In contributor Jonathan Hoenig jumps the shark so badly during this segment, that even his fellow wingnuts that normally spend these Saturday show trashing public education and any public sector unions had to disagree with him.

HOENIG: Government, which of course has a monopoly over the public schools, really has become the parent. If the reason for keeping this failed school system is day care, I mean honestly Tracy, believe me, it's cheaper for you to hire a baby sitter for your kids, than to fund this union dominated school system.


BYRNES: Jonathan, it's about learning. It is about keeping us on par with the rest of the world.

HOENIG: Why do you want to keep them there more? That's the whole point. They're not learning in the public schools. You want to keep them there more... an extra day? They'd do better on the streets!

This is the same idiot that John wrote about back in Feb. 2008 here -- Jonathan Honeig thinks it's a right to smash a dog's head against a wall.

And I'm beginning to think Tracy Byrnes is suffering from the same syndrome as Megyn Kelly who suddenly became a born again liberal when it comes to maternity leave that Karoli wrote about here -- Megyn Kelly Defends The Family Medical Leave Act. Besides defending the public school system as she did in this segment, earlier in the show she was defending national flood insurance, after, you guessed it, her home was in one of the areas affected by the hurricane and she just got her power turned back on the day before the show.


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