I Win a Quick Hundred Bucks at Breakfast
If a school fails to meet these impossible standards they are subject to "management companies" coming in to take over the entire school system. Things like academic tenure, length of service, in short, all the protections of a union workplace would cease to exist.
She says the language of the bill is confusing, hard to parse, often done with pretty slovenly grammar.
As she was explaining the way things are set up I started thinking. Then it struck me.
I asked "So, the standards set are impossible to meet?"
She said "Yes."
I asked, "Who would be the ones to benefit by these impossible standards?"
She said "The school management companies."
I said, "Then find out who owns the school management companies and you'll have a very clear picture of who the bill was written for."
On a whim, I said "I bet Neil Bush heads one of those companies."
My uncle, who is a very successful, gifted attorney, who loves the law, and is a decent, honorable man, said "I can't buy that."
I said "Bet me."
One quick Google got me to Ignite! which is owned by, you guessed it, Neil Bush.
My uncle, who has been taking emotional hits for the last several years as republican, after republican is driven from office, indicted on tawdry scandals, sorrowfully sagged his shoulders and peeled me off a $100.00 bill.
I told him that it gave me no real pleasure to be that easily right in assuming that our government is hopelessly corrupt.
Then I offered him another cinnamon roll. That helped.