Summery of “On K Street Conservatism,” by George F. Will of Newsweek, October 17, 2005
It all started in December 2001 and it all started wilt the detrimental School lunches of NCLB. It has been all bills and no vetoes ever since. NCLB (No Child Left Behind) “intruded the federal government deeply into the state of local responsibility of education…” Prescription-drug benefit to Medicare. Perverse agriculture subsidies. Terri Schiavo. Transportation bills. Katrina. G.W. Bush has had a atrocious case of veto-idious since being elected in 2000. He is the first President in the
He is right! Government has gotten way too big and fat and lazy, like one of my uncles who can’t get a job. I thought government was, in the minds of republicans, thought to more efficient when it is small and in the tiny hands of locals. I’m just glad that USU is following suit. I pay for the computer labs and don’t know how to type (my little brother was forced to type this up). I’m legally blind yet am forced to pay that obese athletic fee (It’s great to have you in class Blake, but I’m just too poor to be paying for your education). I stole a scooter but still have to pay a portly bus fee. When will it stop? Why do we have to pay for things that we are not using? USU and chubby Uncle Sam are loosing out on votes. I hope my parents will look at my failing grades like Big Brother would-after a light slap on the wrist; they would take me out to the King China Buffet.