If we are a nation that can pay baseball players hundreds of millions of dollars, don't tell me we can't afford to pay teachers the salaries they deserve. pic.twitter.com/pQVix0iX9a— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) May 18, 2019
Did I miss something or has the government started paying the baseball players, or is it still private entities? He is as dumb as his minions who are not bright enough to think for themselves.— Kevin Lynch (@KevinKlynch41) May 19, 2019
Shouldnt they just write a book? Then they could be millionaires . . . Just like you!— Jeff Minter (@JeffMinter) May 18, 2019
*or get rich serving in the United States Senate.— Erik Fleak (@ATVOklahoma) May 18, 2019
There are 750 Major League Baseball players. In the world. 70 million fans voluntarily paid to watch MLB players perform in 2018. This is an apples and asteroids argument.— Ryan Schuiling (@RyanSchuiling) May 19, 2019
Baseball players are paid in the private sector, teachers are predominantly government employees. Perhaps we should privatize education and make it competitive so there is demand for exceptional teachers and they could demand premium pay!— J. Kent Thompson, Sr. (@jkentthompson) May 19, 2019
Because pro sports teams in private leagues can pay their athletes millions, that means taxpayers can pay teachers more?— Colin Moriarty (@notaxation) May 18, 2019
What are you talking about?
I was surprised to see you polling so badly this time around, but now I get it. You seem like a nice man but you speak gibberish.