Interesting prospective from a media insider........
For all we know, Obama has a similar "pitiful thesis" and you're okay not knowing? That's what I find puzzling. Why it becomes a huge deal (in the media and with the public) for some candidates what their thesis or transcripts reveal, but not others? I 'think" I know the answer, but it still puzzles me.
According to Politico:
FWIW: Most people are adults when they are in college, graduate school, law school etc.
ETA: I am aware that there is a typo in the above portion pasted from Politico. I am unable to fix it, so I apologize that the words "Los Angeles" run into the word "for".
ohearto wrote:Last I knew, people don't even need a high school diploma to be president of the USA. Heck, they can be a drop out and still get the job. So, asking for Obama's transcripts is nothing more than a deflection.
Last I knew, people don't even need a high school diploma to be president of the USA. Heck, they can be a drop out and still get the job. So, asking for Obama's transcripts is nothing more than a deflection.
That completely misses the point.
"Resist, we much. Weï»¿ must, and we much. About that, be committed."
Oh, and besides completely missing the point (probably intentionally), nobody said anything about requiring a college education to be president.
He's the president, I don't see anything wrong with him clearing up a few things, if it's not too much trouble.
"There is a huge difference between the ideas someone holds in their early 20s and someone in their 30s"
Nah...not in my experience.
So far, McDonnell has been an awesome governor. We are happy in Virginia.