This could be the kiss of death?
I like a number of things that Jeb Bush stands for, sorry governor?
Jeb Bush said.
“The simple fact is, there is no plan to deport 11 million people.
We should give them a path to legal status where they work, where they don’t get government benefits, where they learn English, and they make a contribution to our society.”
Of course, no one is stating a way to do this?
Common Core State Standards Initiative
On the Common Core standards, Bush was more nuanced. He did not disavow support but bemoaned federal involvement.
Still once again no one is telling us how?
The Common Core State Standards Initiative is an educational initiative in the United States that details what K-12 students should know in English language arts and mathematics at the end of each grade.
“The problem is not teaching basic standards to our children, the problem was, is and unless we change, always be the way that we have now decided to teach!”
Teaching a child on
“how to pass a vast number of tests will have the reverse effect on getting that child into the work-force, unless the job is how to cheat at passing hundreds of test?”
The thing that I do not like about Jeb’s latest speaking is,
He knows that he will be ‘BOOED’ however, instead of working on finding out why he is being booed, he hires hundreds of school children to travel along and out shout the booing?
As governor he stopped the booing by a
‘closed door policy’!
This may be one of the reasons why are at a low favor rating?
Jeb Bush 8.3% Marco Rubio 3.7%
Jeb Bush, Chris Christie Booed at CPAC
by Storyful 24:27 mins
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie were booed during Sean Hannity’s remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference on February 27. Fox News’