With the U.S. government debt in the trillions, one would think the United States State Department would be watching their pennies. Or, if the U.S. Department of State was going to create new jobs, with real unemployment in the U.S. over 22%, and over 42 million people on food stamps, including millions of children, one would think Hillary Clinton’s State Department would be creating jobs in the United States or providing for children in the United States, and not in other countries.
How foolish of one to think such reasonable thoughts.
Any of you looking for a job? Here’s a full time opening for you, in Danang, Vietnam, being paid for by the American taxpayer, where you “can easily earn a satisfactory salary while not having to work so hard but having time to relax and enjoy life.”
ENGLISH TEACHER FOR CHILDREN
Fisher’s SuperKids is a top quality private school in Danang, Vietnam, which has recently been chosen by the State Department of the United States to implement a special English program for underprivileged children.
We offer after school English programs to children 4-6 and 7-12 years of age. Our purpose is to prepare the young children of Vietnam develop a strong foundation of English proficiency that will open doors to opportunities for them in the future. We thrive to provide an environment of positive influence, quality, happiness, love and growth for everyone.
Teachers who love to explore and experience firsthand the Vietnamese culture will really enjoy life in Danang, Vietnam where there are great beaches, good food, friendly people and easy access to many famous world heritage sites such as Hue,Hoi An, My Son Holy Land and Cham Islands. A addition to the benefits of working and living in Danang is that the costs of living are very affordable. Teachers can easily earn a satisfactory salary while not having to work so hard but having time to relax and enjoy life.
Openings are available immediately and through December 2010. We offer competitive packages depending on experience and qualifications. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information or questions.
First, we draft our young men to go fight the Vietnamese, upsetting, interrupting or ruining the lives of thousands of soldiers, and ending the lives of over 58,000 to go and “kill the yellow man,” to allegedly stop the domino effect of communism. This loss and ruination of life cost the U.S. taxpayer millions of dollars and helped to fuel inflation in the 1970s, again costing Americans millions of dollars.
Then, within my lifetime, the same U.S. government goes to Vietnam to make nicey nice, again spending U.S. taxpayer money, to send some underprivileged Vietnamese children to school to learn English.
This spending is going on while at the same time there is a $500 Billion Shortfall and Growing deficit for teachers’ pensions in the United States. The United States does not have enough money to pay the pensions its obligated to pay its teachers, but it has money to fund a program for “underprivileged” children in Vietnam?
I tell ya folks, I’ve been to Vietnam. Most all of the children of Vietnam are “underprivileged.” There could be no end to this type of program. Can the United States afford to go about the world helping everyone who the U.S. government thinks needs assistance?
What about the underprivileged children in the United States, the children living off food stamps?
When is this madness going to stop?