It's good to know that the politicians running Kentucky have their priorities straight. ThinkProgress has news of Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear's proposed 2012-2013 budget that would slash school funding while giving a $43 million tax break and $11 million in road improvements to a Bible-theme amusement park that will come complete with a massive reproduction of Noah's Ark.




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Kentucky governor cuts $50 million from education and gives $54 mlllion in tax credits to Bible theme park
Kentucky Gov. Steven Beshears is embarrassing his state by pairing educational cuts with tax cuts and incentives given to a Bible-themed amusement park.