Thursday, June 30, 2011

This is Utterly Delusional

Richard Whitmire:

How did that happen? For years, education politics were noteworthy mostly for their earnestness. Sure, there were flareups between "reformers" and teachers unions, but generally the tone of the discourse was civil and there was genuine curiosity in understanding opposing views. Today, that's mostly gone.

He might as well have started with "I have no idea what I'm talking about, but..."


doyle said...

I think the way you approach this is the way to go. When folks spew nonsense, just point out it's "utterly delusional."

There's no discussing delusions. I'll consider it a public service to point them out--something the press used to do.

Tom Hoffman said...

I almost started citing examples, but really, you kind of get it or you don't.