Harvard and Yale, you see, used to give preference to the children of it's alumni. So that means we have the SAT test to blame for things like this.
Senator Bob Corker issued a statement on Sunday to clarify that 1,100 pages of the immigration bill have been public since May.Corker added another 117 pages to it recently, bringing the total to 1,200 pages.
Back in the days of the American aristocracy, when legislators wore powdered wigs and all sounded like Thurston Howell III as they spoke to each other, President Eisenhower signed the Interstate Highway Act into law to build our freeways.
It's 3 pages long.
Thank God for our meritocracy. Just think what might be happening now if we lived in those bad old days.
Thank goodness we don't live under these people any more and instead, live under the brilliant rule of a genuine meritocracy.