Yes, you have a right to voice your opinion regarding how the Government spends your "rax mony" (sic). That's one of those rights guaranteed by the Constitution's Bill of Rights. Question: which Amendment ensures the right of expression? Good answer. Here's another question: What's "fascism?" Your answer of "oppression of free speech is fascism" is incorrect. Fascism is an autocratic form of governance where the nation or race of an individual is a determining factor in decisions taken by the leaders, such as in Germany during the pre-WWII period - or during the current Administration, where Executive Orders have taken the place of the routine Democratic process of lawmaking, involving actions by the Congress and Senate.
As for your statement that you'd "rather have teachers in my schools than ignorance...", typically such decisions as the teacher/student ratio of schools are made on the local/county/state level rather than the federal (perhaps you should sit