I've been Zig Zagging around this post a bit.
In regards to TPS teachers living within city limits...
I am an advocate of common sense. It seems like common sense that teachers should live within the city limits. As a Toledo tax payer part of me is on the edge of my seat ready to take that position. However, after some contemplation... I think that many of the restrictive actions that government is taking is diluting the most essential nutrient for Capitalistic Prosperity which is [Freedom].
If we place restrictions on where people must live to work or what products they can and can't buy we create one of those Chinese Finger traps where the harder you pull the more tightly you are bound. As Health care and Government become more entwined are doctors going to be told where they must live so that there is ample medical resources in areas with higher populations? How about Nurses? Or... will these people be free to live the American dream and choose where they want to live and practice their skill?
It's like my response when people tell me what type of products I should buy under the "guise" of Patriotism when it is their job they worry about.. not my wallet. My response has always been "As long as I'm a Free American I'll buy whatever the *&^% I choose to!"
I say the less we talk about Government's hand in solving our problems the better!