It's a little "old" news but has been resurrected today on MSNBC when Rahm Emmanuel (sp?) was asked why he is sending his children to a private rather than a public school. Chris Christie in New Jersey answered the same question a few weeks ago rather rudely telling the woman it was none of her business. And evidently the President was asked why he is sending his daughters to a private school in DC. The President was the only one who honestly responded that the public school systerm in DC is having problems. I find it interesting that all these people not ONLY feel it is their private business where they send their children to school -- but that they are in positions of power to make decisions that effect the quality and nature of our public school systems. The question on MSNBC was "so is it our business or isn't it?" One of the commentators on MSNBC said, "Absolutely it is our business. It's the same as asking a Chef why he doesn't eat in his own restaurant!" I've got fairly strong opinions on this but was wondering what you might think. Is it the public's business for public servants as to the personal decisions they make concerning their own families while at the same time having the power and voice to influence the decisions "other" families have to make concerning what choices they have?