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GOVERNMENT CUTBACKS Government cutbacks affect us all and they have an adverse affect on our society and our ways of living With these cutbacks It is hard to have an optimistic outlook for our future The most important and most expensive services that are recieving cuts are in health care and education It is important that these services are not cut any further and that we continue to spend in these areas Our health and our childrens education are hurting as a direct result of the governments spending We have overspent money that we shouldnt have for a number of years Each year a different politician gets up and decides how the money is going to get distributed It is understandable that government find some ways to recoupe some money and they have done a great job with welfare and in many other cost saving ways But the most important health care and education should not be cut back Why you ask well start off with education Children are our future They are the future teachers and doctors lawyers and politicians Class sizes have grown to very high numbers it is not unusual to see a class have an average of 35 students With the larger class sizes you create a balance for the students On the one side you have the very smart kids In the middle you have the average kids And on the other side you have the kids that have a lot of potential but they need the attention to succeed The smart ones will be fine the average ones will likely sneak through the ones that is going to have the worst time of all and who the cuts are going to hit is going to be the kids that need the attention It is happening all the time kids are dropping out of school when they turn sixteen They dream that they will go far but they
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