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Friday, August 06, 2004

COMMON GROUND

It took some time, but George W. Bush finally said something I completely agree with.

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush said Friday he opposes the use of a family history at colleges or universities as a factor in determining admission. Bush stated his position to what's known as "legacy" in response to a question during a Washington forum for minority journalists called Unity 2004. He was asked, "Colleges should get rid of legacy?" Bush responded, "Well I think so, yes. I think it ought to be based upon merit.

Well said George, there's hope for you after all. I still want you fired, but I hate you less.

Comments:
Isn't that how he got into college?
 
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