Sunday, February 12, 2006

Michigan Columnist High on Romney's Ed Plan

In this column, Detroit News columnist tells his readers "Michigan could use an education leader like Mitt Romney." The gist of his piece is here:
"Massachusetts leads the nation in the percentage of adults with college degrees. At 48 percent, its rate is more than twice that of Michigan's.

Yet Gov. Mitt Romney knows that half isn't good enough."

And then there's this:
"His goal is for Massachusetts students to not only lead the nation in performance, but to consistently rank among the best in the world."

They already lead the nation, but Romney is not satisfied. Another reason he will be the next President of the United States.

Also, in this article, Senator Orrin Hatch says:
"I’ll just say this as a matter of fact: Mitt Romney has more management ability than any potential candidate on either side. He is one of the best managers in the country. He took over Massachusetts, which is an extremely liberal state with a totally dominant Democratic Legislature and turned a $3 billion deficit into a $1 billion surplus in just the few years he’s been in there."
h/t yabajobu 258