Wednesday, July 28, 2004

if for no other reason 

I'd like our President to be literate and inderstandable when dealing with other countries.

“Pay for teachers in America today is a national disgrace. We need toraise it. We need to treat teachers more like the professionals they areand pay them more like professionals.”
—John F. Kerry, July 16, 2004

"You teach a child to read, and he or her will be able to pass aliteracy test.''
—George W. Bush, Feb. 21, 2001

“Millions of children have been left behind – left with overcrowdedclassrooms, left without textbooks, and left without the high-qualitytests that measure what they are learning… It’s time to fully fund NoChild Left Behind.”
—John F. Kerry, July 16, 2004

"There needs to be a wholesale effort against racial profiling, which is illiterate children."
—George W. Bush, Oct. 11, 2000

“We can’t provide a 21st century education in 19th century schools. No broken promises on funding. No more empty rhetoric on reform. No privatizing the public jobs that strengthen our communities. And novouchers.”
—John F. Kerry, July 16, 2004

"A results-oriented administration… will make America what we want itto be — a literate country and a hopefuller country."
—George W. Bush, Jan. 11, 2001

and, of course,

“Rarely is the question asked: Is our children learning?”
—George W. Bush, Jan. 11, 2000

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