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In all other aspects: betrayal, infidelity, and the various hypocrisies of a man who takes as much of his parental advice from his own life as he does from his father’s biography. The same could be said of his parents, but again, this was Dylan we were talking about.
So in answering the question, how can he possible be a good dad? Easily. Dylan has been in and out of the world’s oldest profession; he knows what children and parents go through, and he knows it because he’s been in that same position himself.
He’s been married for just over 50 years—which, at his age, is almost 50 more years than he was married—and those years have given him as much as a lifetime of knowing. He’ll tell you in the same way he knows what heroin feels like:
“I understand the nature of a parent better than most people. I have been one myself for 50 years. You know, in America, we just have a more flexible idea of what is acceptable. The parents are somewhat more loose in the way they treat their children.”
What he’s saying is, if he were a father, he’d be just like any other parent. He’d lay down the rules, but just as often, he’d break them. And once he has, then he would understand what it’s like to be your kid and follow you through the house and keep up on the bills and be understanding about your mistakes. If he weren’t a father, though, he wouldn’t have to live through this. He’d just be asking you how you’re doing and just going out for ice cream with you sometimes.
So how does he have any chance at all? He understands now what it’s like to need a child, and he knows all too well that when you see an adult you love more than your kids do you want to be their hero. Dylan recognizes this and has been studying his father and how he has become a hero to Dylan—that’s why there are so many of his dad’s songs in his catalog. http://reputation1.com/?p=3925
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“I am a strong supporter of this legislation,” he said. “I think the big issues of NCLB are still in front of us, issues of ending the public schools and putting the burden on the local school systems and local schools to take care of the kids, to focus on the kids and really need to direct that energy into the most critical issue of all: education and education reform.”
The congressman said he also has urged the Bush administration to develop a more comprehensive education reform plan.
“Unfortunately I think we didn’t get as much help from the administration in the developing of the plan that they have now as I thought we would have,” Mr. Edwards said.
The president’s education plan is expected to release its principles this week and a final package may be released before Labor Day.
However, Mr. Edwards said that the White House’s plan “is not very aggressive in addressing the issues that we need to address with education reform.”
“There are proposals in the plan, particularly in the opening of the plan and the comments that President Bush made in a recent meeting of the National Governors Association, about giving authority to the state and local officials to make decisions,” he said. “But the proposal has not gone far enough.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Edwards said he will soon introduce his own “bold plan” for education reform.
He declined to provide further details, saying his plan “is not in the final stage.”
But he said that the plan will propose to change the way colleges are financed and to require them to report outcomes on their students.
“What we would be doing is putting more of the emphasis on student outcomes and not just on the paper that the students write,” he said. “What we would be doing is looking at the actual outcomes of students in different institutions.”
“What we think we