Bush Aides Buy Propaganda

The Libertarian Party should look into doing this after all it has worked so well for the Republican and Democratic parties.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 – Federal auditors said on Friday that the Bush administration violated the law by buying favorable news coverage of President Bush’s education policies, by making payments to the conservative commentator Armstrong Williams and by hiring a public relations company to analyze media perceptions of the Republican Party.

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I had to take so many damn tests last year because of these so called educational policies that I will give you my opinion of them they are the biggest unconstitutional b.s. around. Schools prepare the children for the tests not for work. People work in America do not set around taking tests all their time they work.

Just one more piece of evidence against this administration.

Thanks to Rick Rajter for the link.


  1. I am a high school student, and what you say about the tests is true. Entire cirricula are changed to accomodate the requirements of the SAT and dumbed-down HSA tests. Some teachers let SAT preparation become the centerpiece of their instruction. More and more juniors and seniors are taking SAT prep classes which they pay for out of pocket. It is ridiculous.

  2. Ben,

    I am a senior this year and I took I think about four or five standardized tests last year.

    When a certain percentage of the students didn’t do well enough the school would lose money and they state government tries to shut us down.