Congressman Mark Takano (D-Riverside) is a former high-school teacher, and he put his paper-marking skills to good use redlining GOP Speaker Boehner’s letter trying to scare legislators off of the comprehensive immigration reform bill. It’s a devastating bit of snark. Be sure you click through for page 2. A draft letter by Republican members to… READ THE REST
This is addressed to Boehner, not a letter by him.
This is adorable. Unfortunately, it is no longer possible to shame Republicans.
Loved the double underline for redundency.
Isn’t this how real journalists should approach every political press release?
As a teacher, I have to say that this is a bit unfair to Boehner, as that grading a draft seems cruel. Then, as a human being, I considered Boehner. Carry on, fellow educator, carry on.
This is fantastic (former teacher here, but math not English). Not only should this go viral, but this kind of “mark-up” should become a regular thing for Congressional missives…
Kudos to Rep. Takano!
Criticizing a page-count comment based on word-count?
“Rule of Three” - so we can’t use three adjectives now?
Well well, you found some cherries to pick. Congrats!
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