04 February 2009

Education is now a vague generic tenet! Alright!

by Maverick W.


Yes that is right, education is now apart of the Modern Whig philosophy's six tenets:

FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY — The Modern Whig philosophy is to empower the states with the resources to handle their unique affairs.
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE — Reduce dependence on foreign oil by developing practical sources of alternative energy. This will have the simultaneous effect of changing the national security dynamic.
EDUCATION/SCIENTIFIC ADVANCEMENT — Increased public and private emphasis on fields such as space, oceanic, medical and nanotechnology. Also, providing common-sense solutions to enhance our educational system from pre-school to university-level studies.
STATES RIGHTS — Each state can generally determine its course of action based on local values and unique needs.
SOCIAL PROGRESSION — Government should refrain from legislating morality.
VETERANS AFFAIRS — Vigilant advocacy relating to the medical, financial, and overall well-being of our military families and veterans.

Well, it's sort of a tenet, but really it's just a edit of the Scientific advancement tenet. It is very vague, and I trust the national executive committee will also add an extensive education plan to the Modern Whig philosophy detailed vision.