Checker’s Selective Memory

 

(Guest post by Greg Forster)

Checker just published a column on the incompetence of government. It’s a little bit weird; there’s not much connection to education policy here, and the piece doesn’t reach any conclusions or advocate any new policies. He just complains that government is really incompetent.

PEREGRUZKA: “OVERLOAD”

To which one can only reply: You’re just discovering this now?

Or is this one of those things like a coworker’s extension number, or your brother’s ZIP code – something you don’t need to know all the time, so you periodically remember it and forget it, remember it again and forget it again?

Like, say, you might remember it when conservatives are doing well in Washington, then forget it when liberals are doing well in Washington, and suddenly remember it again just before a wave election brings the conservatives back?

3 Responses to Checker’s Selective Memory

  1. MOMwithaBRAIN says:

    So why on earth would he even think that National Standards are going to work? This is absurd. Time to admit you made a mistake and acknowledge the federal overreach needs to be STOPPED

  2. Greg Forster says:

    You might even say he should press the “reset” button.

  3. allen says:

    Like the proverbial man with a hammer Washington-resident Finn sees the solution to every problem in Washington D.C.

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