David French is off The Donald beat and writing about Bernie Sanders and school choice at NRO. It makes David sound much better. He seems almost surprised that Act Naturally would favor public schools. It is not a misguided attack by the candidate. Act Naturally is a socialist and he supports lack of choice for deodorants, schools, and everything else. He, Bernie, always thinks he knows better than the consumer. David has an almost beautiful conclusion:
Sanders makes his intentions crystal clear. In his plan, he writes, “We do not need two schools systems; we need to invest in our public schools system.” This is exactly wrong. One size does not fit all. Sanders looks at parents and declares that he knows best. Parents should look back at him and respond, quite simply: I know my child, and I want to shape his destiny. Your collective solutions cannot meet my family’s [educational] needs.
It is almost beautiful because it needs one more sentence after we have inserted education above. The sentence might go like this: Your collective solutions cannot meet my or my family’s needs in any area.