Monday, March 12, 2007

Anne Northup: Policy Wreck

From Kentucky Kurmudgeon:

Until this week, former U.S. Rep. Anne Northup had but one message: Gov. Ernie Fletcher can't win in the November election. Now, though, she is giving Republican voters a chance to see why she has a reputation as a policy wonk. Just posted on her Web site this week is a position paper on education that, when printed, runs to six pages.

The position paper touches on a variety of issues: improving math and science education, dealing with failing schools, being open to changes in student testing, handling students with special needs, teacher pay and teaching all non-English-speaking students to speak English.

The paper ends with a segment headed "Why me?" That's the question R voters have been waiting for her to answer. With other position papers scheduled to be rolled out by the Northup campaign in coming weeks, those voters soon will be able to compare what she has to offer with what Fletcher has delivered and promises to deliver in the future.

Policy wonk? Her policy was riddled grammatical errors and spelling inaccuracies.

Kentucky had been clamoring for Northup policy. Anne, please revert to your chanting… “Fletcher can’t win, Fletcher can’t win, Fletcher can’t win.”

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