Education Of John McCain

Chad Aldeman is right about where it looks, based on this AP story, that McCain is going on education, but I don’t think that Chad would make a very good McCain advisor based on the options he lays out.  There is a fourth option for the McCain campaign beside the three that Chad offers up:  McCain could actually be the kind of conservative who champions powerful national institutions and he could try to improve the public schools with a bold agenda.   I get the hostility that real anti-government conservatives have toward public schools but have never understood why more mainstream conservatives don’t seize the mantle of school reform.  

Besides, although I want to see Senator Obama win the election, such a posture from McCain would at least make our issue more interesting than a bunch of warmed over GOP golden oldies will…

4 thoughts on “Education Of John McCain

  1. Jadee

    John McCain might have been a good US President but the people in the US does not need another Republican, that is why he lost in the election. Obama perfectly states the need of the people in his campaign slogan and that is “change we can”.

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