You, dear reader might recall, at a Yale graduation ceremony, George W. Bush said to the seniors, “To those of you who received honors, awards and distinctions, I say well done. And to the C students, I say you, too, can be President of the United States.” The implication is a world leader need not be academically “accountable.” There are others means towards success and George W. Bush chased these diligently. He did as generations of his dynasty did before him; he followed the money.
The Baby Bush endows entrepreneurial enterprises. Examples of Bush the business benefactor are ample; he has long sponsored the rise of the wealthy class and the fall of the masses. However, in an attempt to appease the many, this noble “decider” and his Administration is reaching out to the common man, woman, and child. The benevolent Bush in his infinite wisdom is giving money to educators.
In the closing weeks of the fall campaign, the Bush administration is handing out money for teachers who raise student test scores, [this is] the first federal effort to reward classroom performance with bonuses.