Monday, October 09, 2006

Bush and Foley discuss measuring


"As a matter of fact, I get a little nervous when I hear people say, well, I don't want to be measured. My attitude is, what are you trying to hide? How can you solve a problem until you measure the problem? How can you make sure a child is achieving what we all want if you don't measure early..."


--President George W. Bush, at an October 5th press conference. The above quote is taken directly from the official White House web site.

I found the photo over here at Salon.com, under this caption:

Maf54 (8:08:31 PM): Get a ruler and measure it for me

3 comments:

lulu said...

You know, I see those smug, Republican faces and it just makes me want to hit something. hard. really hard.

Bubs said...

Hey, at least you're a teacher--I presume that in education you're surrounded by a significant number of other liberals/democrats.

Try working where I work. All Fox News, all the time.

lulu said...

Well yeah, but we are really not supposed to make out political beliefs known to the students. However I have a feeling that they know how I feel since I visably twitch whenever I have to mention the President.