Nice. And don't even try to tell me that the Newark gift came before the IPO, so it's different money; IPO's are always the end game for these guys. They've been planning this for years.
It is absolutely accurate to say that at least some of Zuck's $100 million is money that rightly belongs to the American taxpayer; it seems to me we should have a say in how it's being spent. Instead, Supermayor wants to use it to set up a system where teacher workplace protections are destroyed. Supermayor has also spent it to enrich his pals, and the buds of ACTING NJDOE Commissioner Cerf. Those guys came up with, among other things, plans to close public schools and convert them to charters, even though there is no rhyme or reason to the plan.
Well, that's not true; there is a reason...
You know, I'm so old, I can remember when we used to collect a fair share of taxes from rich people. We would then all vote for representatives to decide how to spend that money; you know, on schools and stuff. Everyone got a say, rich or poor.
I think we called it democracy. Maybe we could try that in Newark some time.
Fighting for truth, justice, and America Zuck's way!