Friday, February 17, 2012

Alabama: Pay Increases for Teachers are Against ‘Biblical Principle’

I don't want to give Governor Walker any ideas, but here's a better reason for Act 10 than the ones you used.


Alabama State Senator: Pay Increases for Teachers are Against ‘Biblical Principle’

This is a new twist on “biblical economics” that I’ve not heard before. According to Alabama State Sen. Shadrack McGill, a 62% pay increase for the state’s legislators in 2007 was necessary, but large increases in teachers’ pay would violate “a biblical principle.” McGill was speaking on January 30 at a prayer breakfast that he organized in Ft. Payne, Alabama. McGill voiced his objections to separation of church [and state] later that same day at a Jackson County School Board meeting that resembled a revival; participants prayed and sang with their hands raised in the air. (Video below.)

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